| Newsletter Archive: 2006 |
Questions to Ask your Potential SEO Company
Search is a growing industry, and it seems that every day there is a new search engine optimization company in the game.
Finding Authoritative Links
SSEO Question: Many people tell me to get authoritative links. How do I find authoritative links?
Yesterday's Viral Marketing, Today's Linkbaiting
SEO is constantly changing, but at the same time, the more things change the more they seem to stay the same.
Searching Like a Pro
How many times a day do you run a search only to find that the top sites don't yield the results you're looking for?
Don't Sabotage Your SEO Company
The average search engine optimization company is in high demand, and with rising pay-per-click costs and growing exposure of SEO in the mainstream media, this is unlikely to soon subside.
SEO and the Static VS. Active Web
A while ago I made a bunch of posts about search (and the web as a whole) being about communication, but I think the posts were so verbose that nobody cared. :)
Getting Large Sites Indexed by Google & Other SEs
SEO Question: I have a 100,000+ page website. Is there any easy way to ensure all major search engines completely index my website?
Google Maps - Click to Call
The Google Blog announced that Google Maps has added a new click to call feature for businesses who have signed up for a listing through Google Local Business Center.
Big 3 Search Engines Team Up on Sitemaps
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft announced theyll support the Sitemaps format (which originated as Google Sitemaps) together.
How Learning to Search Better Made Me a Better SEO
There are lots of ways you can learn to be a better searcher. I probably perform, at minimum, several dozen searches in a given day. Sometimes hundreds.
Search Rankings and Artificial Linking
By now just about everyone who depends on the Web for a livelihood is aware that links are a key part of how all major search engines rank their results.
SEO Tools From New Meta Search Engine
Zippy is a new meta search engine that queries other major engines and returns results in a format most suited for Webmasters and SEOs.
Google Censorship - How Does it Work?
It's interesting when you can find a demonstrative difference between countries and how data is presented in major search engines.
Evolution of Search for the Future
The search engine world never rests. As online marketing professionals discover new ways to obtain top rankings the algorithms evolve right along side.
Web 2.0 Summit: Yahoo's Web 2.0 Strategy
I was looking forward to the Yahoo Web 2.0 Strategy session as there have been a lot of questions about Yahoo's strategy since they missed the YouTube deal and haven't acquired Facebook.
Digg, Netscape, and Organic Search Results
Publishers and bloggers who have had the experience of having their content "Dugg", "Scaped", or featured prominently on any other social news or bookmarking sites have seen the short traffic spikes that tend to occur from this experience.
Long Tail Success & Short Tail Misunderstandings
Small businesses and huge corporations are missing tremendous opportunities in natural search (and PPC for that matter) by chasing what is coined the short tail.
Search Engines Want to Know Your Query Intent
A few months ago I wrote about the ways in which Google could measure traffic patterns and how they might be using those patterns in their search results.
Google CSE - New Search Tools for Publishers
Have you created your own Custom Search Engine (CSE) since Google announced in late October that they had launched this tool?
Website and Search Engine User Behavior Analysis
How do users interact with the list of ranked results of WWW search engines? Do they read the abstracts sequentially from top to bottom, or do they skip links?
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