Ping bing – The SEO Tongue Twister
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
One of the techniques used to attract search engine spiders to your blog or website is called pinging. Essentially, you alert the search engine of any changes to your site and it draws a crawler to reindex the content. This works on the same basic technology as the Trackback and Pingback with which you might
- Published in MSN, Natural Search / SEO
Get pants like jonathan
Thursday, 06 August 2009
Its been lambasted and praised; I, for one, think Microsoft’s award winning jingle is brilliant. After all, the holy grail of search? Being able to find pants like Jonathan: Bing!
- Published in MSN, Paid Search
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!
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
Paid Clicks are Dead. Long Live Paid Clicks!
Wednesday, 27 February 2008
- Published in Google, MSN, Paid Search, Search, Yahoo!
Yahoo, Microsoft, Google oh my! (part 2 – the acquisition)
Wednesday, 06 February 2008