Part 5 in the popular SEO Death series. Brick Marketing’s post Can Too Many Pages Hurt Your SEO? reminded me that I had a royally tanked one of my test sites by allowing Google to crawl too many new URLs without adding any more inbound links or non-”thin” content. (hard to read text in graphics = [...]
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March 13th, 2012 · 3 Comments
February 23rd, 2012 · 10 Comments
It’s not every morning that the first call I get is from Sequoia Capital. Then again it’s not every morning that the first call I get is from Sequoia Capital telling me that my Yahoo email account has been hacked. For about the past 30 minutes I have received so many calls alerting me to [...]
February 10th, 2012 · 3 Comments
Business over here keeps exploding and I am looking to expand the team to include an awesome SEO Manager and/or Director (Titles are meaningless here btw). I am looking for someone who is interested in learning or improving their already considerable skills in the SEO trade and helping service some of the biggest brands online, [...]
January 31st, 2012 · 16 Comments
Miranda Miller of SearchEngineWatch dropped a bombshell today that Bruce Clay was rolling out a service to sell “Local Paid Inclusion” in Google, Yahoo & Bing local organic results to SMBs. From the site advertising the service: “The way it works is simple: you create a legitimate places or local profile page, then you select [...]
January 12th, 2012 · No Comments
Mike asked me what I had read in 2011 that had influenced me, so I told him.