Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including a post describing how to get bloggers to mention you without having to pay for it, a post that weighs the costs in using a professional SEO company compared to hiring an in-house marketer, and finally, Wal-Mart lose an online trademark case (always love any story where Wal-Mart is the loser).
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including a great post from Lisa Barone entitled “Local Search Engine Optimization Doesn’t Exist” which essentially argues that all the various types of SEO should fall under a company’s core marketing campaign, another great post from Brent Csutoras who reminds us of all the various elements that go into a good social media optimization campaign, including working it after the fact, and finally, Barry Schwartz has written up a concise tutorial on how to set up Google Ad manager for your site or blog.
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including a story at The new York Times claiming that some retailers are opposed to Google’s secondary search feature when it comes to their listings, Bill Slawski breaks down a new patent filed by Microsoft that may use anchor text to determine the relevance of a page and finally, Google wants to offer nationwide WiFi access for free.
Another slow news day (plus I was out half the day) but here are a couple of great posts I came across including one by fellow Mixxer, Allen Harkleroad regarding advertising and the web – a match NOT made in heaven and 11 ways to recognize a bad SEO firm.
Slow news day but here are a couple of great and newsworthy posts I came across today including social networking site, LinkedIn to add company profiles and Christine Churchill provides ten strategies you can use to avoid search marketing burnout.
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including Google sees “watershed moment” for mobile usage, according to a self-conducted study, Gigablast states that its search results are better than what you will find at Google or Ask, and finally, a look at 7 social media sites and their impact on SEO.
Tips for Overcoming Client-Created Roadblocks in SEO Campaigns & Other Daily Finds for March 18, 2008
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including some tips for overcoming client-created roadblocks in SEO campaigns, 12 must-have tools for active Diggers, and finally, a video interview from SES new York with Greg Boser as he talks about PageRank sculpting.
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including the preliminary results of the 2007 State of the Market Survey reveal that spending on search remains healthy despite a slowing economy, Patrick Altoft has a great post on GEO targeting for SEO and usability and finally, an email spammer may spend over a quarter of a century behind bars.
Yahoo And Microsoft Hold Informal Talks About Combining Companies & Other Daily Finds for March 14, 2008
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including Yahoo And Microsoft hold informal talks about combining their companies, Microsoft acquires ad management software maker Rapt, and finally, Jennifer Slegg put together nice post from her own experience on why people you follow on Twitter don’t follow you back.
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including AOL buys social network Bebo for $850 million, Bill Slawski explores a recent patent filed by Yahoo that transforms the meaning of what a “navigation query” is and finally, a humorous look at what SEOs might be eating and drinking.
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including six explosive organic and paid link building tips from Loren Baker, Jonathan Hochman shows us how to use Wikipedia to reveal web traffic data, Mixx gets a credibility boost from The New York Times, and finally, just one day after reporting on the RateMyCop.com web site, it seems as if GoDaddy has pulled the plug on it.
Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including Google officially acquires DoubleClick after EU approval, decreasing click rates on AdSense ads are intentional, is a new online rating service for cops an expression of free speech or and invasion of privacy and finally, Google finally fails at something.