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Comment Cacophony

Cacophony comes from two Greek words meaning bad sound.  That's what you might hear as you pass a group of ravens in a tree or are besieged by a murder of crows.  However it is often used more widely […]

By |July 27th, 2010|PR|7 Comments

How Combining SEO Tools Can Make For Higher Rankings

This opportunity to guest post on Search Engine People came about through Twitter, a social media site that is utilised in many SEO strategies and crucial to expanding an online presence. Social Media, E-Marketing, Content Writing and Link Building are […]

By |June 9th, 2010|PR|Comments Off on How Combining SEO Tools Can Make For Higher Rankings

One Surefire Way to Improve Rank Tracking

If you just started SEO work with a new agency, you probably did some keyword research. You identified the keywords you want to target, found the corresponding URL, and ran some ranking reports to find the initial rankings.

If you simply […]

By |May 14th, 2010|PR|2 Comments

How to Automatically Track Your Google Positions in Microsoft Excel

If you have a website then it is a good idea to keep a track of your search engine positions for key phrases that people search for and that bring you traffic. For any SEO professionals this is especially true.

Some […]

By |April 30th, 2010|PR|73 Comments

InfluenceRank: Google's Social Media PageRank

Google's penetrating the social media realm quite hard. With OpenSocial, Social Profiles, What's Popular Gadget, SearchWiki, and Google Wave one can only wonder how they plan to tie […]

By |June 16th, 2009|PR|17 Comments

SES Toronto 2009: Is PageRank Broken? The Future of Search

Here we are on Day 1 of SES Toronto and after a nice lunch (I had pizza), it's back to business – the busiess of PageRank. As the breadth of digital information continues to grow at speeds only known […]

By |June 8th, 2009|PR|Comments Off on SES Toronto 2009: Is PageRank Broken? The Future of Search

Weakest Link

Introduction

If you were expecting to find a website devoted to a disciplinarian lady dressed in black, then you have come to the wrong place.

This is not about that popular television quiz show, Weakest Link, hosted by […]

By |March 25th, 2009|PR|9 Comments

Yes Virginia, Personalization Is A Factor In Search Rankings

Not that this is necessarily new information for the SEOs of the world, but for those who might be newer to the world of search engine optimization, it's always fun to pass along information that comes straight from a Google […]

By |November 10th, 2008|PR|5 Comments

A Newb Gets Excited About RankSense

I recommended RankSense to a newbie wanting to optimize a site a while back, and I remembered to ask him today what he thought of it. He said that he'd done a little happy dance earlier because he'd watched […]

By |October 27th, 2008|PR|3 Comments

Melissa Mackey: Search Blogger of the Day

Meet Melissa Mackey, the Search Blogger of the Day. Today I'd like to highlight a post that yet again brings up a hot button issue - The Ranking Report Debate. It's funny how these issues ebb and flow over time, but it's always great to read the various points and counterpoints offered.
By |October 6th, 2008|PR|3 Comments