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 […]
Last December Google introduced the Local Business Center and allowed businesses to provide their address, phone numbers, website, offered services, business hours, accepted payment methods, special coupons and more. After you provided all the information, is it necessary to get your information active and used by Google. The activiation is done by either Google sending […]
End of last week did Google acquire a large amount of domains around the phrases: “Claim Your Content”, “Claim My Content” and ”Claim Our Content” CLAIMYOURCONTENT CLAIM-YOUR-CONTENT CLAIMMYCONTENT CLAIM-MY-CONTENT CLAIMOURCONTENT CLAIM-OUR-CONTENT Registered TLDs: .COM, .NET, .ORG Country specific TLDs: .FR, .DE, .CH, .CO.UK etc.
…. the question if Canadians require a Visa for the U.S. or not. I will come back to that is a second. I don’t know, if SEO Rock Star Greg “WebGorilla” Boser found a web developer yet … oops… I mean of course WebGuerilla (sorry, long term affects of Darin’s supplemental “Monkey Boy” injections into […]
[editorial] Google appears to be going after paid links, and they want you to do the work for them by reporting such links, regardless of the reason they were bought or sold. Check out Matt Cutts’s post How to report paid links and notice that he appears not to have responded to the comments that […]
Phillipp Lenssen over at Google Blogoscoped published a fake press release that is dated a bit over 10 year in the future titled: “Google Acquires Internet (May 2017)”. The press release is a parody of Google’s webcast from yesterday where the CEO, Eric Schmidt, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, some other Google Execs and the CEO of Doubleclick “answered” […]
Matt Cutts noted briefly at his blog that Google’s motions to dismiss the 2nd amended complaint case without leave to amend and for sanctions against the plaintiff Kinderstart.com LLC and it’s attorney were granted by the court. Rewind Kinderstart.com is a content site that started monetizing the site with Google Adsense in 2003 and fell […]
Just a couple of hours to go and it will be clear which movie is getting the Oscar for best film. I was wondering whether Google Trends will have any predictive value and did 3 Trend searches. Release dates and other factors haven’t been taken into consideration and the whole exercise is in no way […]
Do you believe that? I was working on a longer article about the Digg.com bans, because ReveNews.com, a blogger News site with over 20 Bloggers was banned from digg.com because of one authors action. Multiple attempts were made to get the site unbanned without success. I needed a screen shot that shows the message that […]
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.