| Newsletter Archive: 2006 |
Top Searches for 2006
Poor Britney Spears. First the criticism of her parenting skills. Next, the divorce. Then the chastising by her fans for her wild antics with Paris Hilton...
Questions For Your Potential SEO Company
Last month, I went over questions that you should ask your potential search engine optimization company regarding its tactics...
Domain Stop Words, Duplicate Sites, Increasing Article Backlinks
Three SEO questions are answered in this Q&A article...
Reactions to the Discontinuation of Google API
Google some days ago announced they are stopping any support for the Google web search SOAP API.
Will Yahoo's Panama Deliver?
Poor Yahoo. For a company that survived the bursting of the dot com bubble, had the largest Internet audience for most of 2006, and boasted a $3.16 billion gross profit over the last twelve months, they've taken quite a vicious PR beating.
Myths about SEO
When you size up the search marketing industry, you really have to marvel at all the different information sources, many of them conflicting, and how search marketers are able to stay on top of what's current and relevant compared to noise and malarkey.
Google Launches Patent Search
Google has gone live with Patent Search, which lets you search through over 7 million U.S. patents. The search engine seems pretty robust, with a bunch of advanced search operators.
Signs of a Quality Link
Ask enough questions about how to build links and you'll inevitably hear the answer that you should look for quality links.
Building Links Naturally
Perhaps, any webmaster or SEO or a search engine marketer is always busy looking for ways to get links. If not, they are just looking for places to get links. So what's the most efficient to get links?
Search Engines - Pulling the Long Tail
I've always been a little skeptical of the Long Tail theory because any way you slice the analytics, hit products still account for the bulk of most companies' sales.
AOL Search Looking Into DMOZ
I logged into the editor forums at the DMOZ or ODP (Open Directory Project) and there was new update on December 10, 2006.
Google's Vanessa Fox Gives Important Answers
SEO expert of SEOmoz.org, Rand Fishkin as a guest interviewer made Vanessa Fox clarify many important issues relating to duplicate content, XML and simple text, OAI-PMH and other important topics.
SES: Link Baiting and Viral Search Success
Sitting in on the link baiting session the presenters made it sound so easy. Rand talked about how, on average, a front page Digg post or exposure on Techcrunch can get you 2000 new inbound links.
Roundup: SES Chicago Day 2
Rebecca Lieb, Executive Editor, The ClickZ Network, was the moderator for this session.
Thousands of Reciprocal Links, Nowhere in Google
SEO Question: I have traded hundreds (maybe thousands) of links. I am ranking great on MSN, but am nowhere on Google. What gives?
How AdWords Ads Manipulate Google's Organic Results
SEO Question: I was thinking about buying Google AdWords and AdSense ads or placing AdSense on my site. Will doing any of these increase my link count, Google rankings, or rankings in other search engines?
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