This is not SEO-related really, but well, I just don't have anything to say about SEO today. Instead, let's talk about discounts. A few weeks ago, I ordered a laptop bag from ebags. After I placed the order, ebags thanked me by giving me a 20% off special link for the next time I made […]
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone reading this today, no matter where you live. I thank you for sharing time with me as I blather on about SEO. I hope that you and your loved ones have much to be thankful for…now and in the future. Now, go on, get off the internet and go enjoy the […]
While at Pubcon, I had a chance to chat with the friendly guys from Mountain Media about their new search engine friendly ecommerce package, Mountain Commerce. I was interested in the product, because truly se friendly commerce packages are pretty difficult to come by. Sure, things are getting a little better out there, but much […]
Looks to me like a data push began on the 16th and is rolling through still. I'm seeing major changes on a couple of sites and have seen a few others mention it around the web. Looking at the datacenters shows differences of several hundred places in ranking in some cases. Anyone else seeing anything?
A couple of snippets of SEO tips/tidbits mentioned at the conference that I wanted to note while I still remember them: If a url has no cache link in the Yahoo SERPs….it's probably got a penalty on it. Matt Cutts said the only urls in the supplemental index are those with not enough PageRank to […]
The Google blog just announced that Yahoo and MSN will be officially supporting the sitemap XML protocol that Google created last year. You can get more information on the protocol at sitemaps.org.
Guy Kawasaki was the keynote speaker this morning here at PubCon, and he was one funny dude. Very entertaining speaker. And since he begged us all to link to him, I thought I'd throw him a bone. LOL. So, here's a link, funny guy, and I'll definitely be reading your blog more often now that […]