/2004

Google to be featured on 60 Minutes Sunday

According to CBS News, Google will be a feature story on 60 Minutes this Sunday, January 2, 2005. "The company that began as a school project six years ago is now worth about as much as Ford and General [...]

By |December 31st, 2004|SEO|Comments Off on Google to be featured on 60 Minutes Sunday

Birthdays and Betas

According to InsideGoogle, Froogle turned two this month, but is still in beta. Today is my birthday, and I am a bit older than 2, but I still consider myself in beta as well. Especially, my SEO self. [...]

By |December 30th, 2004|SEO|Comments Off on Birthdays and Betas

SEO Scoop gets a facelift

If you have been here before, then the first thing you will notice today is that SEO Scoop has changed its look. I have been wanting to do this for a while, but could never decide what I wanted [...]

By |December 29th, 2004|SEO|Comments Off on SEO Scoop gets a facelift

How obvious is your topic?

Try this little on-page SEO experiment. Go to a page on your website that you are actively promoting but are having trouble ranking. Have your mother or grandmother or some non-techy friend look at the page. Give [...]

By |December 28th, 2004|SEO|1 Comment

Warning – new PHP worm even worse than last

A php Internet worm released on 12/25/2004 that doesn't use php bulletin boards - it attacks ALL php scripts/pages which are vulnerable to a File Inclusion Flaw - is being called PHPInclude.Worm. Please go to http://isc.sans.org for more info [...]

By |December 27th, 2004|Web Design|Comments Off on Warning – new PHP worm even worse than last

Comprehensive keyword research tool

An excellent new free tool has hit the SEO scene that gives a comprehensive view of keyword search terms, using both Wordtracker and Overture data. This tool goes beyond what I have seen in any other similar tool. [...]

By |December 26th, 2004|SEO|Comments Off on Comprehensive keyword research tool

Defining your product can bring search traffic

Users often hear a term that is new to them. Something about what they heard makes them curious, so they head off to their favorite search engine and type in "What is ?" If you have [...]

By |December 23rd, 2004|Content|Comments Off on Defining your product can bring search traffic

Search engines, bugs, and ethics

You will often see the argument that owes webmasters nothing, and that they can do whatever they want with their results. Therefore, webmasters should not complain about bugs that prevent their websites from ranking. [...]

By |December 22nd, 2004|SEO|2 Comments

Gigablast lets you create your own topical search engine

Want a great service to offer your site users? I love this idea from Gigablast. According to them, "you can create your own topic specific search engine in minutes. Gigablast's revolutionary, new technology allows you to create a [...]

By |December 21st, 2004|SEO|Comments Off on Gigablast lets you create your own topical search engine

Backlink analyzer AKA Tool Number 9

We Build Pages has created a very nice free tool that analyzes backlinks, showing unique domains linking to the site, the IP addresses of those domains (great for analyzine Class C IP structure), and the age of the domains linking [...]

By |December 20th, 2004|SEO|Comments Off on Backlink analyzer AKA Tool Number 9