How to fix what is broken and not break what is not This post is part of a series. See Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 What to Make Out of It Some results should make the link being ignored completely and even reflect poorly on the webmaster (trust), some should get full voting […]
How to fix what is broken and not break what is not This post is part of a series. See Part 1, Part 2 and Part 4 “Jagger” and “BidDaddy” Aftermath What came with the Jagger update [i] was something called “TrustRank [i]” and the “Google Sandbox Effect[ii]”. The “Sandbox” was a hot topic and […]
How to fix what is broken and not break what is not This post is part of a series. See Part 1, Part 3 and Part 4 Collateral Damage A change in policy would only result in two things. One, the people that traded links for the wrong reasons are SEO and on top of […]
How to fix what is broken and not break what is not This is a series of four posts in total. See Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 I wrote in December that PageRank is Dead[i] and that something such as abusing the NOFOLLOW attribute for other purposes (The intention for NOFOLLOW were not […]
About a week ago did Google introduce the referral program for Google Apps via Google AdSense. I grabbed the code of one of the “new” Text link ads that are over a year old , but only became available recently to advertisers that are part of the beta test program of Google’s Pay per action and put it on my […]
and who is MBL, DIGG and what-not anyway? The MyBlogLog hype is pretty much over by now it is also not everything as peachy with them as it used to be. The issues with the security holes that were uncovered and the banning of the user from the Network that uncovered them, privacy issues about data […]
Jeremy posted a bit over a week ago at his ShoeMoney.com blog his answer to the question: “Are you a SEO or not? You say you are not yet sometimes you say you are? SEO FLIPFLOPER!” The answer might be confusing for some, but made me chuckle.
Marketing Experiments is looking for quallified Research Partners for the year 2007 who will work together with MEC using their GrowthEngine technology and methodology on studies with the goal to test the most efficient ways to maximize traffic and increase conversion ratios.
Jonathan aka “TrustNo1″, an ABestWeb Forum Regular tipped me about 6 hours ago off about Google Checkout and issues that emerged for several Merchants with Affiliate Programs. Actually the other way around, issues for the Affiliates that are affiliated with a CJ Merchant that uses Google Checkout. Not all of them though. Todd Martini opened […]
Loren asked me to write a post about my favorite Affiliate Marketing blogs, because Affiliate Marketing is the background where I am coming from. Â Well, I ended up here, because a decent part of Affiliate Marketing is very much involved in Search Engine Optimization and Marketing, PPC etc.Especially Affiliates, but more and more the […]