Archive: 2006

The line between a full blown web site and a blog is changing. For the moment, it’s still possible to tell a blog from most websites because of the way the page is designed. But, you won’t be able to tell the difference much longer. Corporate Greed Marks New Territory Fading fast are the days when the focus of blogs was to “Let me tell you about my sucky day”. Today, there are two blog power sites that are fillingRead more…

I couldn’t help but add my thoughts on the recent commentary about the Search Engine Optimization field “A-lists” and “generations” of SEO’s by Andy Hagans, Danny Sullivan, Todd Malicoat, Rand Fishkin and Graywolf (who is right-on about Mike Grehan.). I didn’t make any lists but, as an SEO Ancestor, I can still spin a tale or two. When I Was Young, I Walked Five Miles to Search Engine School. Uphill. With No Shoes When I started teaching myself SEO inRead more…

I’m sensing there’s information fatigue due to last year’s overwhelming use of RSS feeds, blogs and tagging services. It’s not always clear which information source to trust. For example, one of the complaints that I heard in 2005 was that search engine marketing forums are no place to get accurate information because it’s easy to join and start spouting off “what I know”. Coming to forums for advice should be used with caution. One of the reasons we allow linksRead more…

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