Yahoo Archives : Page 2 of 2 : Bruce Clay BlogFebruary 26, 2010
So I’m getting pretty anxious. I don’t know if it’s the caffeine IV drip from this morning or the tornado brain I get before leaving town for a monster search relay like SMX West, but things are getting all Fri-dazed up in here.
I mean, is it true that I might really hear Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer address a house packed with search marketers? As Marty Weintraub of aimClear wonders, could the occasion of Ballmer keynoting a search conference usher in a new SEO era? How refreshing to think that Microhoo may support the SEO industry!
Read more of Friday Recap: Dance Like You Mean It Edition.
February 18, 2010
Hehe! Hehehe! …Ahem. Hi. Sorry. Excuse the giggling. I’m just so amused by the repeating vowel sound of “Yahoo! News Cruise” in the title up there.
Holey cheese, I’m such an English nerd. [Like swiss? --Susan] (Yup! It is National Drink Wine Day, after all. Gotta make sure your curd is fully stocked!)
Anyway! Yahoo!’s had a fist-full of announcements in the last few days and I wanted to seize on the occasion to give #2 a little face-time.
Read more of Take a Ride on the Yahoo! News Cruise.
February 12, 2010
To the tune of “Get Down Tonight” by KC and the Sunshine Band: Do a little dance! Make a little noise! It’s Friday night! It’s Friday night!
Sometimes these fits of brilliance just hit me.
I love coming across the hilarious antics of people who know Google Street View is in town. SEO and social media marketer Michael Gray found a great one this week: two dudes chasing Street View in scuba gear! The story told by traveling through that moment in time is priceless. If you go back a frame you see them waiting in their lawn chairs while reading the paper.
We’re trying out a new recurring feature on the BCI Facebook fan page. In our Facebook question of the week, we want to know what you think about topical issues in Internet marketing. This week’s Super Bowl advertisers had me wondering if traditional media ads have more-or-less become a means for driving online traffic. Add your two cents to the convo, please!
January 22, 2010
It’s been a week deserving of a shout-it-from-the-rooftops “TGIF!” So much going on, makes a girl just wanna curl up with a bucket of Rocky Road, watching the lightning storm out my window.
Alternately, I could kick back and watch the Sundance Film Festival online. YouTube announced it is getting into the movie biz starting this week. YouTube will start renting movies, launching the offering by making five Sundance Film Festival films available for rent this weekend.
Have you heard that it’s raining in SoCal? A series of monster storms pummeled the Cali southland this week.
Read more of Friday Recap: Storm Chaser Edition.