Category: SEO/M Industry General

The promotional videos for Search Camp Philly are out, with more to come. Look for cameos of my son (kid with binoculars) in some of them and me in my “new” glasses. View all Search Camp Philly videos. See also Search Camp Philly Set For September 6 & 7 Simon looks for Search Camp Philly in Virginia!

I was floored the other day when I visited the Sphinn Community in the wee hours of an American east coast night to find several new posts on penis enlargement. Fascinating as that topic may be, it didn’t really fit in with the subjects covered by Sphinn, which are web design, marketing, usability, search engines and social media. Not only were the topics of the male anatomy dropped into a community for men and women like a screaming, hysterical guestRead more…

As some of you are aware, myself and many search engine marketing industry related persons in the PA, NJ, MD, NY, DE, VA gather roughly once a month in King of Prussia for drinks, dinner and networking. We call ourselves the Internet Marketers of the Delaware Valley. We’ve driven in thunderstorms, snow storms and some traveled 2 hours or more to make a gathering! After months of planning, one of the outcomes of our relaxed, friendly gatherings is Search CampRead more…

Every time I see an awards announcement, I always make up categories in my head they haven’t bothered with, like “Best SEO Costume” and “Old, Loud Mouthed and Still Kicking Ass”. Today’s awards news comes out of the folks who run Search Engine Strategies conferences and their awards launch. The San Jose conference coming up in August will host the debut of the Search Engine Strategies Awards SES Awards Categories: Best Search Engine Ad Platform Search Engine with Most RelevantRead more…

Kalena Jordan and her husband celebrate their fourth year as founders of the Search Engine College. What began with a few courses and high hopes has evolved into an online school offering certification for SEO’s. Kalena had the forethought to include web site usability in her course lineup. Like my friend, Jill Whalen, whom I also credit as understanding years ago the importance of usability design and SEO, Kal wanted to make sure her students had access to usability basicsRead more…

For those following the case of website consumer against website retail, in this case, Target, for not being accessible for special needs visitors, a new article sparked some new discussion. Called, Blind Web surfers sue Target: Suit alleges that the retailer’s Web site is inaccessible for visually impaired, the article’s angle is the viewpoint of blind users, who rely on screenreader software such as JAWS, to access websites. The fact that the Target website made online purchasing difficult to impossibleRead more…

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