Posts Tagged "search"

Not so Daily Searchcast

Posted on Jan 26, 2007

I’m a fan of the Daily Searchcast with Danny Sullivan, but I have a gripe. IT’S NOT DAILY! Oh, and while I’m in the mood to complain please prohibit Bruce Clay from advertising more than once a year on the podcast. Their ads nearly explode my speakers.

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How did you become an SEO?

Posted on Jan 8, 2007

Check out these 10 steps to becoming an SEO. Hilarious.

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Worst search engine ever?

Posted on Oct 19, 2006

I’d have to go with Msdewey.com. I’m sure this site is simply an attempt at link bait. Yes, it worked. I’m a fool.

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Google Isn’t Funny

Posted on Jul 20, 2006

Does anyone else remember Google’s April Fool’s joke back in 2002? I remember reading it years back and not finding it funny. You can view it here: Google’s Pigeonrank, April Fool’s Day Joke I just spent some time reviewing some things on G’s site. I periodically do this to look for new tools and came across this joke. After reading it years later I decided it still isn’t funny. Now don’t get me wrong…I use google daily, but this attempt at humor doesn’t get better with age.

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Demystified

Posted on Nov 25, 2005

I picked up Web Analytics Demystified by Eric Peterson the other day. This book came highly recommended and although I have not yet completed it, I strongly advise it to anyone interested in the field. I believe web analytics is a field that is mistakenly overlooked by small and mid-sized companies. Many businesses pay big bucks for search engine marketing. However, they have no plan once a visitor has entered the site. MidScape has recenly added web analytics services and can improve your ROI success. *More to come on web analytics as I come across topics of...

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