Monthly Archives: May 2011

Search as a Verb: a Digital Representation of the Physical World

May 31, 2011

A Copy, of a Copy, of a Copy There are many approaches to online navigation & discovery. On the surface many of them look exceptionally … read more

Category Killer Domain Names?

May 27, 2011

Dr. Pete shared examples of the marketing funnel, highlighting how we must overcome hurdles (or break through barriers to conversion) in order to make a … read more

Google’s Taxes on Small Online Businesses

May 26, 2011

This Shouldn’t Hurt Too Bad One of the more perverse things about online markets is that since things are not done in person a lot … read more

Search Engines as Affiliates + Publishers

May 26, 2011

Consumer Finance Google recently unveiled Google Advisor, which ties together the concept of Google Comparison Ads with a better looking interface. “With Google Advisor, you … read more

The (Sub)Human Network

May 24, 2011

The New York Times has an interesting article about Cisco’s roll in the Great Firewall of China + more: Cisco, the maker of Internet routing … read more

How To Thrive In Crowded SERPs

May 17, 2011

Google is favoring big brands. If Google’s comments and actions of late, are anything to go by, the chance of the little guy, armed only … read more

Corporate Sites Deserve to Rank #1 (Brand Ad Dollars)

May 14, 2011

Facebook is a Sleazy Organization Facebook recently hired the PR firm Burson-Marsteller to plant a Google smear campaign in the media: Somebody, it seems, hired … read more

AdWords: Yet Another Problem With Google’s Panda Update

May 11, 2011

Hit By Panda In a recent comment someone shared the fate of Patrick Jordan, owner of justanotheripadblog.com. Since the Panda update happened, some scraper websites … read more

Ignore SEO, GoogleBot Will Sort it All Out for You

May 10, 2011

How to Handle Duplicate Content Here is a fun webmaster help video from March 10th of 2010, answering the following question: “If Google crawls 1,000 … read more

How Brands Became Hardwired/coded in Google’s SERPs

May 9, 2011

In October of 2008 Eric Schmidt announced that SEO was about to get really ugly for anyone who doesn’t own a brand. He didn’t word … read more

Questioning Amit Singhal’s Questions

May 9, 2011

Google’s Amit Singhal offered more “clarity” into Google’s approach with the Panda update. However I am not convinced that any clarity was actually added, and … read more

Google Panda Algorithm Exploit Uncovered

May 8, 2011

In the Manufacturing Consent DVD a newspaper executive highlighted that they liked to have a 60/40 ratio between ads and content. Google says that if … read more

What’s Your Story?

May 7, 2011

With Google making the life of the SEO harder and harder, it pays to add as many marketing strings to our bows as we can. … read more

12 Popular Keyword Organization Tips & Tools

May 5, 2011

Before Google’s Panda update an effective SEO strategy was to “make a page for everything.” If you are Wikipedia that strategy may still work, but … read more

Insurance For SEO’s

May 3, 2011

Insurance is a popular, profitable area for some SEO’s. Trying to find reputable insurance for an SEO business is not so popular because many insurance … read more

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