Tag: seo

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…

In the space of a few days, two separate articles were published on the same topic, but from different perspectives. The writers discuss Usability/User Experience, Project Management and Search Engine Marketing practices, where they collide or fit like a glove. Each article is eye opening for those of you who work in enterprise development. You know the politics and difficulties in something as basic as communication between departments and the different skills and practices brought to the table. In orderRead more…

It’s the kind of action any contest nominee might wish for – being noticed and then interviewed. SEO Igloo’s Miriam Ellis wrote Seeing With Web Designer Eyes – 9 Evident Errors that was nominated for a 2009 SEMMY. The article caught the attention of Laura Leopard of Leopard Solutions from New York. Subsequently, 2 interviews followed. Miriam tells the story in Watch An Interview With Web Designer, Miriam Ellis. Miriam, a professional Internet Marketer and Moderator for Cre8asiteforums, is wellRead more…

My presentation at Chicago SES 2008 was a bit awkward due to the fact that I chose a different font style, that when loaded on a different computer for our panel, did not render properly. What appeared were a series of empty blue boxes. I know my stuff, but I didn’t feel in sync with my brain and felt many points I wanted to make were missed. In addition to that, we were a panel of 5 and limited toRead more…

As I stood at the 8th Street Lobby at the Chicago Hilton Wednesday morning awaiting the shuttle to O’Hare airport, I was able to take in the beautiful hotel for a few more minutes. Every floor was decorated for the holiday season, with immaculate Christmas trees and a giant Gingerbread house that smelled of gingerbread as you walked by. It was 8 o’clock in the morning. Hotel employees just getting into work hustled in through the lobby entrance, several ofRead more…

I leave for Chicago SES next week to join the Usability and SEO panel. I’m very excited about this panel because after a conference call, it’s clear we will all compliment one another very well. The topics each of us will discuss focus on SEO and User Experience Sesign, the reasons why this powerful relationship works and how to implement practices that will provide long term successful results. Our panel is moderated by Anne Kennedy, Managing Partner & Founder, BeyondRead more…

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