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SEO Transparency, Guestwhores and Less Memories

I’m home sick today (again) and it’s really starting to tick me off. I know, I know… you don’t get better unless you rest, but I can’t seem to pull myself away from it [work]. I get bored and boredom… Continue Reading →

Flickr Image Optimization – Go do it!

If you weren’t already taking advantage of Flickr, now is the time! Yahoo! just released their “new search” with blended search results that includes news, images and videos. It’s worth noting that they’ve also added a search assist feature similar… Continue Reading →

SEO Dream Team

SEO Dream Team – The SEO game for those in entrenched in the industry! Not to be confused with Search Engine Smackdown or this spam game with Matt Cutts as referee. To be honest, this isn’t much of a game… Continue Reading →

Page Rank and Play-Doh

Cannibalized page rank – one of the least recognized mistakes in online marketing. For tips on how to recognize this mistake or technical error, read my post on Search Engine Journal. I explain the concept of page rank, paths and… Continue Reading →

Sphinn in 60 Seconds

Everyone is piping up about Sphinn and some articles made me think about what it takes to get to the top and how it can be used. Sphinn in 60 Seconds What it is: Danny Sullivan’s brand new (launched July… Continue Reading →

SEO Chicks

Quick plug for the SEO Chicks! I met Lisa and Julie at SMX Advanced and thought they were awesome individuals, not to mention hot SEO Chicks. I can’t wait to get my hands on a t-shirt, but I doubt I’ll… Continue Reading →

Robots.txt – SEO Word of the Day

Google updated the webmaster guidelines, following a comment Pat of Feedthebot.com made during the You & A with Matt Cutts at SMX Advanced in Seattle this week. This comes a few months after Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Roundtable discovered… Continue Reading →

SEO and Primates

In case you were wondering about the monkey… I studied primate behavior for years and eventually burnt out. The plan was to be the next Jane Goodall or Dian Fossey, instead I went into advertising. That may sound like a… Continue Reading →

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