Don’t drink the link bait..

Thanks to the recent (April/March) Google updates, ‘tread lightly’ has never been better advice to anyone in the SEO industry. Between extra offers in my inbox...

Surviving the SOPA Blackout

Tomorrow, January 18th, is SOPA blackout day, and lots of very popular sites are committing to participate in the blackout.How can web companies, such as SEOs, and supporters...

Webcology Year In Review

For those interested in what some of the top minds of SEO, SEM, Mobile Marketing and Social Media have to say about 2011 and maybe more importantly – what they see coming...

Do iframes count for SEO?

Great question! I swear I’ve seen iframes crawled before but even if I haven’t seen iframe data in search indexes, it’s not something that we should just...

Google announces rel=standout

I wouldn’t normally blog on a Monday, but everyone’s got the cold or is travelling, and Google just announced a very important new feature called rel=standout.The...

Conversions – Good Rankings Do Not Make

I visit many websites every week. From small single person operations and startup businesses, to multi-national conglomerates. Sometimes the most difficult things to explain...

Google’s Chrome Web Store

Yesterday I went public and openly admitted I’d managed to overlook Google’s all-in-one solution to Zynga, Microsoft, Grooveshark, Foursquare, etc..The fact...

Chrome XII Released

If you’re not too busy playing around with Google’s tribute to Les Paul’s 96th birthday....you may have time to check out some of Chrome 12’s new...

Official IPv6 Test Day

Don’t forget, June 8th is the official IPv6 test day! We should have a full blog post later today but I wanted to remind everyone to take a look and see who’s...
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