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March 16, 2007

Friday Recap 03/16/2007

We made it to Friday. Huzzah! Sorry. I had to get that out of my system. It’s been a tough week. But it’s better now. This probably means I’m mean and vindictive, but I’m still giggling over Barry Schwartz being hit with an electric bill for the last four years. Do you know what that’s […]

March 14, 2007

Calling It Linkbait Doesn’t Make You Less of a Jerk

There’s a particularly poignant post over at SEOmoz today where an SEM relates an Unsavory Linkbait Dilemma he had with one of his company’s high profile clients – Promises Treatment Center. For those who don’t own a television set, a computer, or have access to a newspaper, that would be the rehab center young Britney […]

March 13, 2007

Can Google Clean Up Its SERPs with AJAX?

Two recent finds really make me wonder how much longer it’ll be before we see an AJAX-based search engine results page from Google. I’ve heard Michael Gray say it’ll be less than 12 months, I heard Bruce say something similar during SEOToolSet training, and more and more it looks like Google is encouraging Webmasters to […]

March 12, 2007

Weekend Update: Dear SEOs

Microsoft Expands Pilot Program, Users Must Opt-Out Microsoft is expanding the pilot version of its contextual advertising program Microsoft Content Ads to include a bigger list of participants. Select advertisers in the US will start receiving email notifications of their account upgrades over the next week. The upgrade allows advertisers to run ads on popular […]

Google Faces Challenges In TV Market

The rumor mill is buzzing after VentureBeat speculated that Google may be readying an ad deal with the Dish Networks to provide targeted television advertising. Combine that rumor with the Wall Street Journal’s report that Google has begun testing its cable TV ad system in Concord, California, plus some recent comments made by Eric Schmidt […]

March 9, 2007

Friday Recap 03/09/2007

I’m cranky and really not at all in the Friday Recap spirit. My morning Starbucks venture did not go as planned. First, my barista gave me whipped cream 10 seconds after I told him I did not need the extra 110 calories, and then he got nervous while putting on my lid and knocked the […]

The Secret to Successful Blogging Revealed!

I realized something Wednesday night while reading Li Evan’s Women of Internet Marketing Part 12. There I was, reveling in another delicious edition of Li’s awesome series when I came across this quote from upcoming phenom Rhea Drysdale. Li had asked Rhea how she became involved in Loren Baker’s SEO Site Clinic and Rhea responded: […]

March 8, 2007

Digg, Wikipedia and Thursday’s Fun Finds

Digg Hits 1 Million Registered Users The big news today is that there are officially one million accounts registered over at Digg. Though, Danny Sullivan is contemplating getting rid of his and Michael Arrington (and several of his commenters) admitted to having at least ten of his very own, so who knows how many of […]

Good Grammar Costs Nothing

Bruce Clay has a casual Friday policy where us no good hoodlums are allowed to show up to work in jeans and our favorite industry-related T-shirts (sadly, Bruce still requires me to wear shoes, or at least socks. I’m a barefoot kind of girl). Susan’s most favorite shirt isn’t her The Lisa shirt; it’s her […]

Better Local Targeting With

I was already a fan of AskCity, but with a new upgrade, had made the service a little sweeter for searchers, as well as for your local search marketing campaign First off, I’d like to express how excited I was to read the blog late yesterday and discover an actual, search-related entry. It […]

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