the Power of the Meme & SEO

What is a MEME? You have probably seen several and may have even used them before without even knowing it. Wikipedia defines a meme as a “unit of social information....

SEO Opinion of IE9 RC – Day 1

Well it’s day one with Internet Explorer 9 for this SEO nerd and I have a few things to say already. Why ‘day one’ you might ask? Well the thing is, I’m...

How can BAD_REV be a very good thing?

SEOs spend an awful lot of time thinking about searching. I’m not just talking about finding links or car keys, I mean how searches service the user. At the end of 2010...

Debunking SEO Myths – follow up

As a follow up to my previous post (Debunking SEO Myths – part 1): After getting some flak for my less-than-aggressive stance against the use of html tables for webpage...

Debunking SEO Myths – part 1

First off, let me say Happy New Year to everyone! As we all reluctantly settle back in to a “regular” work schedule, devoid of festivities, short work weeks and...

Learning SEO: Five Site Design SEO Faux Pas

No one ever said that designing a website was easy. If they did, they were probably trying to sell a CMS (content management system) to you. Some of the biggest web design/seo...

How HTML 5 Will Change SEO Forever

Conceived by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG), HTML 5 has been the basis of a W3C working group since 2007. The first working draft of the new...

Picking A Web Designer

As an SEO we get two kinds of sites; those that were designed in the past and where the designer is no longer involved, and the sites where the design is either ongoing...
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