Category: I Like These Posts

Since this blog isn’t popular enough to play in the major leagues, I got a little help from some friends. This is my Dove Commerical photo. Is Link-bait Ruining The Web? Why can’t people just create and maintain content?! Um. Yeah. Because content alone does not a website make. It’s all about who can embarress themselves the most, especially when EVERYBODY ELSE’s BLOG GOT INTO REVIEW ME. Search Marketing Standard Magazine Update (Real News) The winter issue is coming soonRead more…

A post about being sexy. Dedicated to Rebecca and Lisa, because Rebecca likes sexy writing and Lisa is just hysterical, and that’s sexy. And, because I have to bump “sexy goddess” back up in rank, so that I come up in those searches again. Long story. I missed the boat. But, he tossed in a fish and even kept his famous mile-long blog roll. Check out Bill Slawski’s SEO by the Sea new blog template. People are talking. It’s timeRead more…

Free or affordable education is readily available for anyone who wants to build a website. It’s been this way since the Internet began delivering websites. Yet, if the instruction manuals are only a click away, why do we continue to see new websites that look ridiculous? Desperation makes some people do unethical things like stealing content, brandnames, images and source code. Just as stealing from retail stores raises the costs for all of us, so too does the practice ofRead more…

This caught my eye. A global web design company in a city near me has advertised a job opening for a Search Engine Optimization Engineer. The requirements are listed for the position. Of the 15 expected duties and responsiblities listed, the third one is this: Consult with clients on website usability, to improve the end-users’ experience, and conversion rates to true customers of the client. I was surprised at the request for knowledge of website usability. The other duties wereRead more…

The present generation of search engine marketers have increased their educational opportunities for the next generation during the past several months. In addition to seminars, conferences, an online college and various books, each of which have been solid staples for learning search engine optimization and marketing skills, now there are internships and scholarships available. The latest offer comes from Andy Beal, Internet Marketing Consultant for Marketing Pilgrim. A scholarship, worth at least $5000, is offered via a contest. Open toRead more…

I caught a new interview with Jill Whalen, by Stepforth’s Jim Hedger, that I consider to be the best one yet. She’s been in the forefront of the organic search engine marketing industry for years and interviewed countless times. What I liked about Jim Hedger’s Jill Whalen Interview is that he immediately starts out by offering insight into what Jill’s really like. She’s approachable. If you’ve ever been to an industry related conference or trade show, and met someone whoseRead more…

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