SEO Fundamentals: Think of Google as a Person
Tuesday, 10 March 2009
What a whirlwind of change to keep up with! And I’m not talking about the economy. Rumors of Google and Twitter…. speculation of Facebook becoming Twitter…. rapid innovation between blog comment engines Disqus and Intense Debate with one snagging support from Mashable while the other still ignores Connect…. How is one to keep up with
- Published in Google, MSN, Natural Search / SEO, Search, Yahoo!
What It Feels Like… to maybe have someone who writes for Esquire to have heard about your idea?
Friday, 10 October 2008
Leave it to Esquire to bring the Library analogy to explain search and SEO to the masses. In the November ’08 issue, an endorsement of The Public Library from Esquire’s Meryl Rothstein reads, …a librarian is like a Google that actually finds what you’re looking for and never clutters your screen with porn. That’s sort
The Future of the Internet
Thursday, 02 October 2008
Having pointed out my complete ignorance of the cheerleading world yesterday (“Can I Get an S?”??), I feel I need to steer the laughs, jeers, and finger pointing as far away from me as possible in hopes of staving off the cheer hate mail no doubt being written to me even as we speak. Obviously,
- Published in Fun, Google, Insights / Research
Can I Get an S? Can I Get an M? Can I Get an X?
Thursday, 02 October 2008
Is that grammatically correct? If S is a consonant, should it be “Can I Get a S?” an S? Who’s going? I couldn’t be more excited; the conference is expecting over 2,000 search marketing professionals, agencies, and marketers and I haven’t been to NYC in some time. Monday through Wednesday next week, the industry converges
O’Brien Skis (or, the effectiveness of Google’s content targeting)
Friday, 12 September 2008
Just a quick note to point out the humor and coincidence I’m experiencing with Google’s technology. Over the past few days I’ve been updating the blog, working on the keyword optimization of my own name. I also happen love water sports; an avid skier and swimmer, I used to be able to do a flip
Is the media helping or hurting our understanding of SEO?
Friday, 25 July 2008
CNET’s Stephen Shankland has written a thorough review of Microsoft’s BrowseRank, “Microsoft tries to one-up Google PageRank” but its this perspective that really tells the story. It’s maddening to see yet another naive or deliberately misleading article on an innovation in search ranking, that perpetuates persistent misunderstanding of how search works and what makes search
- Published in Google, MSN, Search, Vertical Search