[polldaddy poll=1062358] What’s halloween without a discussion of the nightmare creatures that we sick and twisted humans have come up with over the years. Take the poll and rate which category of monster is the most evil/scary. Notice of course that I didn’t put specific monsters, that’s a whole different topic! 😛 Here’s some helpful […]
During the Google Webmaster Chat The Googlers addressed the concern about DMOZ “Are Google ready to junk Dmoz yet? The categories are so poorly maintained, that they are out of date and irrelevant.” Adam Lasnik: We are always looking at how do we value sites. How authorative are they? we weigh things different things often […]
Myths and Sites: Keyword stuffedmeta tags submit and submit Waste if time Top 10 mythsDuplicate content: doesn’t punish- but does ignore itmake easy to find prefer version-help crawl efficientlybe reasonable when re-using content from other sites: MEta tag – verificationif reachable not a problem- Account/site name/domain name over submit to directories using google tools helps […]
Tuesday was the day for SEO Strategies for the 21st Century with Aaron Wall, the owner of the SEO book website and I must say it was a pretty good webinar. He covered quite a bit of ground across the board in terms of strategic items to look at as a webmaster. Here are the […]
[polldaddy poll=999957] Some Might say, like our curriculum pita resource, that Pita is merely a glorified tortilla. I personally beg to differ. I beleive strongly, that the change we desire can be acheived through a proper use of Pita.
With all of the recent turmoil surrounding Google’s recent removal of it’s recommendation of submitting your site to DMOZ.org, I thought that it was particuarly intersting that DMOZ is still being used in the Google Serp results. Here are some examples of How Google is still using DMOZ data: When no meta description […]
2001 vs 2008 Google Result for SEO For Google’s 10th Anniversary they released access to their oldest index. This allows you to search like it’s 2001. By doing a search for the verticle term “SEO” we can see many, many differences in usability, depth and intent in the Google platform. The differences are facinating! First and foremost […]
At first I thought it was just me, and my co-worker thought it was just him but then I saw that Dazzlin Donna is also seeing weird problems with google, redirecting her automatically to igoogle.com. THen after it was just plain slow- it was a no go!