Loren’s post and Matt Cutts comment about sites being de-listed from Google because of down-time and alsoÂ some discussions about problems with site moves from one domain to another and launches of big sites with a lot of pages plus the comments and recommendations from Search Engine representatives like Vanessa Fox from the Google Webmaster Central […]
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.
MIVA, who is better known as one of the larger 2nd tier PPC search marketing networks unveiled at their headquarter in New York City yesterday their new service for publishers and webmasters, the MIVA Monetization Center.
When I read the article “Cookies Crumbling?” by Susan Perschke in the December Issue of SQL Server Magazine, did go off all my alarms for “don’t do” and “never do” in Website architecture. See the Article at SQLMag.com (Requires Subscription) The Text-Book issue with Session IDs and duplicate content illustrated perfectly in recommended solution for […]
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.
SearchEngineWatch.com seems to be prepared for the leave of Danny Sullivan, the founder of SEW and it head editor for over a decade. While Danny is preparing via his firm Calafia Consulting the launch of his new site SearchEngineLand.com on December 11 and SEW not only lost Danny but most of their long term and […]
Dave Pasternack from the SEM/PPC Firm Did-I could not resist it. Â He had to post at his DMNews.com Blog the story titled “An SEO critic answers his critics“, which is in fact a direct sequel to his post “Troubled times for SEO firms” from about a month ago. Â The original post was stirring […]
Google Sends Warning to Sites & Webmasters Nick Wilson at ThreadWatch uncovered that Google Pilot New Webmaster Communications Initiative at a Search Engine Forums thread named Google offers advice to sites on penalty. Basically, Google sent the following email to a Webmaster. Dear site owner or webmaster of [url removed], While we were indexing your […]
Measuring Key Performance Indicators Can Improve E-Commerce Strategy – Part 2 The first article of this series discussed page views per session as a kind of early warning system key performance indicator (KPI) for your website. This article will discuss another KPI and why this is an important metric, the time your visitors spend on […]
Selling Advertising on Your Website The number of sites on the Web today is almost infinite, with new ones popping up every day. There are multiple types of sites: portals, “brochureware,” content sites, directories, search engines, and ecommerce sites, to name a few. Those that do not sell product or services directly or indirectly on […]