Category: Search Engines

If you’re seeking signs of hope or signals for where to put your time, money and energy for your online business, I have some direction to pass along. The convergence of Internet Marketing and User Experience design is where the action is. Peter DaVanzo has conducted an interview with Mike Grehan that contains nuggets of gems and insights by someone who has devoted the past decade to looking under search engine hoods. Mike Grehan Interview offers Mike’s perspective on what’sRead more…

I have rather shocking news to report. The loverly search engine sexy ex-porn star, MsDewey, has gone on to Search Engine Heaven (or is on vacation with some half-naked SEO’s feeding her grapes?) I shall miss you. MsDewey Speaks Her Mind and Dances For My Husband Ms. Dewey Meets the Geico Cavemen Ms Dewey Charges Into SES Keynote Discussion In her traditionally wacky, I’ll-dance-naked-on-the- bar-for-you kind of way, she teases Steve by saying, “You look really leadery.” He launches intoRead more…

I’m in NYC for Search Engine Strategies today and tomorrow, to cover sessions for Search Marketing Gurus. The first session I attended was covered by myself and another SMG blogger, so I’m posting my notes here instead. The topic today was part of the “Search and the Future” Track and was called “SEO: Where to Next”. It was moderated by Mike Grehan of Acronym Media. Panelists were: Marcus Tandler, Creativity in Action Bill Hunt, Global Strategies International Chris Boggs, RosettaRead more…

Web site developers and search engine marketing practitioners typically follow every known rule, guideline, myth and rumor known to mankind when it comes to Google. This latest Google Central Blog article illustrates the point. In a recently released post called Dynamic URLS vs Static URLs, the writers’ attempts to shatter myths about how Google handles dynamic URLS only served to freak out every one. For example: It’s much safer to serve us the original dynamic URL and let us handleRead more…

Google has an automobile with people in it driving around taking pictures of everything on the planet so that those who never leave the house can see the world. It’s actually helpful and an environmentally smart way to travel. I have a habit of weeding and working in my gardens in my bathing suit. My ex-husband used to scold me when we lived in a townhouse complex whenever I was out front with my flowers bent over for all theRead more…

The other night, I got up on stage at the Spotlight Live during the 2008 SearchBash in New York City party while at SES NY. It was out of character for me, I suppose, to some of my friends and associates. For those who really, really know me, it was exactly and perfectly, Kim. I had attended the SearchBash while at SES San Jose last August with my friend of 10 years, and forums co-Admin, Bill Slawski. We had V.I.PRead more…

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