Technical SEO, out of all the optimization “subsets”, is often overlooked in informative articles. Witness the fact that link building alone brings back over 1 million results (hacked query). For technical SEO, you get about 2,730. If you modify the results based on the past year, it drops down to… Continue Reading Aspects and tools for technical SEO
Ok, I was wandering about Google plus today and saw this status update; Hmmmmm. After playing around a bit I decided to search using my user ID. And came up with this; This is where it get’s interesting. As you can likely tell it is actually listing a Tweet, not… Continue Reading Google Plus embedding social status updates
(co-written by SEO Gal) You’re absolutely confident you’re doing things right. You’ve gone down your personal SEO checklist: yep, yep, yep. Everything is running perfectly… Of course, that was back when you first set up your online shop. You know, back before you got busy with clients and had nothing… Continue Reading Technical SEO: The Frog that Tromped Google Webmaster Tools
There was an interesting report out recently that essentially states that using search engines has changed the way we remember things. In short, instead of ‘learning’ it seems that people simply go to a search engine to find answers to things they want to know. As noted in the press… Continue Reading Using Google is Making Your Memory Worse
On a rather unremarkable Tuesday, beyond the heat, the folks at the WSJ tracked me down with an interesting story. Tis a tale of a very disgruntled CEO whom had been mauled by a Panda and lived to tell the tale. Care to hear it? Sure. Why not? It seems… Continue Reading The Panda Fix from Hubpages
It’s amazing how the time flies huh? It was back last July when we decided to start a podcast… now we have two! Once upon a time a bunch of us from the SEO Training Dojo used to hand on Skype and talk shop each Friday. Then someone had the… Continue Reading SEO Dojo Radio turns 1yr Old!