There's Focus in the Long Tail

by Ruud Hein December 11th, 2007

Alex Iskold opined on Read/Write Web why there's no money in the long tail of the blogosphere. Here's one of the reasons why he's wrong. It's Not About the Money Alex looks at the shortest possible route: Long Tail → Money. In that view only massive traffic (Amazon) makes a buck. Point is, you don't [...]

LinkedIn is Evolving Social Networks evolve organically as their member bases grow, and communities become more engaged with the media they interact with. MySpace's evolution was 'tacky' at best, and sadly, Facebook is headed down the same road with its advent for user created facebook applications that are made to amuse ADD ridden users (myself [...]

Creating An Instant Classic

by Donna Fontenot December 11th, 2007

As a little girl, I waited anxiously each year for the annual showing of The Wizard of Oz on TV. That magical movie is a classic. Although the definition of classic is generally 'first rate', it also usually implies something with some history behind it – something that has stood the test of time. Some [...]

Social Media By the Numbers: Twitter

by Tom Tsinas December 10th, 2007

Admittedly, Im not a Twitterer however during last weeks Pubcon in Las Vegas, virtually every Social Media session I attended mentioned the micro-blogging service which allows users to send instant updates to a network of friends. Their passion for Twitter was infectious. As such I decided to take a closer look. This week Ill review [...]

Beware – Your Digital Footprint is Your Resume

by Jeff Quipp December 10th, 2007

So much fuss lately about our carbon footprints, but what about the digital footprints we leave. Think about this for a second … a great deal of what we do now appears online? I started thinking deeper about the implications of digital footprints earlier when I posted a piece from DailyBlogTips … titled "Put Honesty [...]

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5 Things We Didn't Know Last Week

by Ruud Hein December 7th, 2007

Ah, weekend! Time to put up the Christmas tree, play with the kids or just hang back. Thumbnailing Copyrighted Images = Fair Use In the case of Perfect 10 Inc. vs. Google, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that showing thumbnails or copyrighted images can be fair use. The justices ruled that [...]

Hodgepodge of things

by Donna Fontenot December 7th, 2007

Today's post is just a hodgepodge of things. First up, I wanted to address my thought process since I asked if you'd mind if I posted less. After reading your comments, and thinking about it some more, I realize that the benefits of feed readers does make this an easy decision. I can post less, [...]

Introducing Your PPC Quote Form

by The Guy December 6th, 2007

Today's blog posting is of the best sort. Short, sweet and to the point. Introducing the Search Engine People quote request form which can be found here. It too is short, sweet and to the point. Of course, some people will want to borrow from it's simplicity and we of course say, feel free… our [...]

Nobody Wants A Google-Friendly Link – At Any Price!

by Donna Fontenot December 6th, 2007

I love Scratchback and the whole concept behind it (Scratchback is that widget to the right that says Are You In My TopSpots?). I might not be totally crazy about the nofollowed links, but hey, they are Google-friendly, so I'm doing the "right thing", right? I understand people don't want to pay a lot of [...]