Like the title of the post says, I often wish I could hide this blog from prying eyes so that I could be more open about things. Unfortunately, we are all forced to live with some restraint. I am going to share a tip in a rather vague way here, but I will be happy […]

Stumbleupon Vigilantes – Friend or Foe of Stumble?

by Jeff Quipp December 31st, 2007

This is a very rare rant … I almost never do so, but have been so inspired by the actions of a few narrow minded and misguided individuals who propose to speak for the masses when questions about Stumbleupon are asked. For those of you who know me, I've become an avid stumbler. I absolutely […]

Top 15 SEM blogs that influenced me!

by Tom Tsinas December 30th, 2007

Today is not only the final day of 2007; it marks the end of my 6th month in SEM. While that’s not a major milestone by any means, today’s symbolic end of the year has made me pause and reflect upon my beginning, the challenges I faced and the people who helped me overcome them. […]

Want to own a cool domain name like

by Donna Fontenot December 29th, 2007

Just a quick note: I've got for sale – auction listed here and here. (Only the domain name is for sale)

The following is a guest post from Dan Zarrella. Thanks, Dan! Never Submit your Homepage Most social sites will allow you to submit each URL only once. So create a unique subpage URL for every social media linkbaiting campaign you do. You'll only be able to submit your homepage once and if it doesn't get […]

10 Ways To Grow as a SEM in 2008

by Dev Basu December 28th, 2007

Credit : ObiAkpere The Zen Art of Search Engine Marketing 2007 has been a phenomenal year for the Search Marketing industry complete with PageRank drama, Google penalities, profitable business and the profilic rise of social media. Some have made Sphinn, Digg and Stumbleupon their second home, while others have forayed into even more advanced greyhat […]

New Year Means New Copyright Dates

by Donna Fontenot December 28th, 2007

It is that time of year again when the new year means our sites need new copyright dates. If you still manually change the dates, this is your reminder to do so once the new year rolls around. If you'd rather not have to remember each year, you should probably switch over to some sort of dynamic method. I'm going to make an assumption here that your site uses PHP, and give you some PHP code that will automatically supply the current year in your copyright date. To output the current date using PHP, simply use the following line of code in place of your current copyright year:

Friday Funnies: Croaker Cluttering

by Tom Tsinas December 28th, 2007

It's hard enough for me to keep up with all my social media accounts, let alone an amphibian!

Setting New Years Resolutions for your Blog

by Jennifer Osborne December 26th, 2007

Lewis Carroll said "If you don't know where you're going…any old road will take you there" Let's look at some of the reasons you spend such a tremendous amount of time and effort on your blog and examine some of the metrics that you should use to measure success. 1) I write my blog because […]

Not sure whether I've said this before or not … but I love Stumbleupon. Obviously I love it as an internet marketer (and to all of you Stumbleupon Vigilantes … I merely submit good content. I don't try to game the system. Just look at my submissions profile before you become judge, jury, and executioner!), […]