Posts Tagged ‘seo’

If you are trying to build up links for a site, submitting content to article directories should be an integral part of your efforts. By submitting quality content to some of these sites you can gain fee HTML links that you can even control the anchor text of (in the about section of an article). […]



Google rumored to have purchased Plaxo for $200 million.  ASK launched Big News, which features a “Big Factor” social media element. The page also features top stories on Digg an a neat “Zero Diggs – Be the first” list. SEO consultants broken down into three categories: the good, the rad, and the sexy. Hmm, based […]

Microsoft offers to purchase Yahoo for $46.2 billion. I’m betting Yahoo will accept the offer, especially among reports of low revenue forecasts and employee layoffs. 8 ways to turn negative feedback into an opportunity. Very good article and I really like the part about picking your battles as it is one of my mottoes in […]

1. You might be an SEO if… On your honeymoon, you put a “nofollow” sign on the door… 2. What do pigs & SEOs have in common? SPAM. 3. If it weren’t for SEOs, we wouldn’t need them. 4. Talk is cheap…until SEOs get involved. 5. It is the trade of SEOs to question everything, yield […]

Sites and blogs of all sizes are increasingly taking advantage of link baited articles to build links virally and gain visitors from social media sites. But how much attention you get from a blog essentially comes down to the quality of your entry. If you put time and effort into a creating a quality piece […]

Yahoo expected to lay off between 1,500 and 2,500 employees. iPhone goes after corporate crowd with an AT&T/iPhone business service plan. It’s about time! 10 things Yahoo can do to become more relevant. The article is interesting a timely. Be sure to check out the link to TechChrunch’s article on Yahoo’s recent tests with […]

5 search engine marketing predictions for 2008 from Search Engine Watch. The article is very interesting, particularly the part on SEO going mainstream and encompassing public relations. Singapore launches contest for next-generation search engine Proof that blogging does work, even for small or local businesses. According to new data 3 out of every 4 Internet […]