In a non logged in account in IE Google is not afraid to get big and ugly to get you to download that toolbar and start sending them data. Notice it’s almost as big as the Google logo. Is getting your hands on my data really that important to you …
Archives for February 2007
So I’ve got an idea in my head, that’s entering the “hey I might actually do this one” and of my biggest questions is when do I schedule my posts to go live?
The following is paid review of AdWatcher.com a new program designed to help you manage, track, and analyze CPC campaigns.
For those people who blog daily or semi daily is there an optimal post length that keeps people reading regularly without feeling overwhelmed?
If you needed any further evidence that Google is ramming personal search and Google accounts down your throat for their own self interests you need look no further than the latest Google Patent about removing documents.
I updated my Dave Pasternack ads let me know which one you like, with any luck I’ll win the best PPC prize and get to go to dinner with Webguerilla and meet the real Dave Pasternack at Esca when SES NY rolls around. Tags: dave+pasternack, davepasternack
One of the more common questions I get asked is is it better to have one big site or a whole bunch of little sites, and my answer is, it depends.
One of the things I try to tell many clients to try is experimenting with video, however they, usually shy away citing the production costs. However if Google can get away with a low production value combined with humor I think everyone can
Publishing a blog on a regular basis teaches you many things, you experience the highs, and you also often become the victim of people who try to take pot shots at you and bring you down, however in the end it depends on how well you can channel your inner Jerry McGuire.
Google recently announced they were updating the Adwords Quality Score, however it appears that there is a bug that raises the prices form any advertisers: Google AdWords Quality Score Has Major Bug Google AdWords Adds Quality Score Column & To Improved Quality Algorithm from Wednesday warned us of the new changes coming but apparently there is a bug that makes … [Continue reading Google: Greed over a Rollback]
Are you tired of wearing the some old dud’s to Search Engine Conferences? Does that tired matching Ken & Barbie polo shirt that your boss made you wear stifle your creativity? Does that blue pinstripe business suit not allow you to show your SEO FOO? Then you may want to check out the new line of clothing designed specifically for … [Continue reading The Lisa – Search Engine Conference Clothing from Lisa Barone]
For this interview we’re talking with Dave Zuls aka Hawaii SEO who publishes a blog over at Hawaii Online Advertising.
In this interview we’re talking with Jason Duke aka JasonD of StrangeLogic.com.
So I came across something from the Google analytics page about hiring a new representative To meet Google’s exacting hiring standards, you’ll need an outstanding academic record from a highly ranked university and have a history of professional achievement. Which struck me as kind of humorous as I just read Seth Godin talking about hiring and Sheepwalking I define “sheepwalking” … [Continue reading Google Analytics Hiring and Sheepwalking]
I’ll admit I haven’t been following the Dave Pasternack contest that strongly, but I came across Incredibill’s Dave Pasternack page today who gave a good update. There’s a little bit over 3 weeks which means this is your last shot to make any adjustments. As Bill says #1 remove or no follow any links to his page on did-it.com (I … [Continue reading Last Chance to Affect Dave Pasternack Contest]
If you’ve already taken advantage of the advice in 13 Ways to promote your Local Business for Free and have a small budget you can allocate to further promote your business here are some ideas to help you get more exposure.
In this interview we’re going to be talking with Lee Odden of Top Rank Online Marketing.
In this interview we’re talking with Rebecca Kelley of SEOMoz.org.
For this interview we’re talking with John Andrews aka the Competitive Webmaster.