Category: Google

Feeling frisky? Here we go… Why Jason Calacanis For a Third Time at SES? Because silly. Everyone in the SEO industry deserves to be paddled. And by golly, it’s worth paying for. Kinda like paying to be tied up and tickled to death or hot wax being slowly dribbled onto your chest, just for fun of course. Even More Advice for Startup CEO’s Rae socks it to Rand and Andy. I’ve never had a good experience with a CEO. InRead more…

My “Today’s Finds” has fizzled into a “Oh, that looks good, let’s keep that” habit where links get tossed into a pile for later. More and more of my route has been culled back so I’ll have more time for “real work” and family obligations. Not to mention I just get burned out or simply bored so much faster these days. What’s up with that anyway? On to the haystack… Women Rock Out of the blue, Sarah Bird, Esquire, showsRead more…

Today’s blog crawl results: Take a jump to the left – The Case For Right Navigation – Yay! Or Nay!, Get in here and weigh in! Anybody have before and after analytics for a site that received a left to right nav switch? Take a jump – Google has an interesting program going on: Google Grants Who knew? Future Internet Technologies for Dummies – Cre8tive Tomorrow My favorite horse in this race is Microsoft’s Silverlight. Again it is a browserRead more…

Today’s travels took me to: No Nonsense Debra – Will The Real Search Engine Blog Please Stand Up? Come on guys, you want us to follow your webmaster rules then make it official by posting them in one place, on your company blogs. Let’s get rid of the FUD, the crude, and the mud associated with near-miss comments by people trying to share. No Nonsense Aaron – Why SEMPO is Worse than the Defunct Search Marketing Associations SEMPO saved myRead more…

Today’s picks: Usability According to USNews, in 31 Best Careers for 2008, usability/user experience specialist is on the list. Cre8asiteforums thread discusses what to do when a form or Internet application isn’t working. Login Form Design looks into ways to communicate bad news in a satisfactory, user friendly way. I liked this: Focus if You Want Great Usability. John writes: If you talk to people who do great work, they will tell you that there is dedication based on theRead more…

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