Posted • November 12, 2012 • Comments Off
Extreme Downhill Bicycle Racing
Extreme downhill trail ‘Descenso del Condor’ in La Paz, Bolivia
Extreme Downhill helmet cam experience: ‘Descenso del Condor’ in La Paz, Bolivia.
Thinking about joining in on the extreme downhill bicycle craze?
Posted • November 8, 2012 • Comments Off
Did the new Disavow tool have any effect on your SERPs or PageRank?
The early results from the Disavow tool seem to be basically non existent to this point.
Posted • November 6, 2012 • Comments Off
PPC Embarrassments of the Romney 2012 Presidential Campaign
During the last month of the election, the Mitt Romney presidential campaign bought pay-per-click ads on variations of “mom,” “mother,” and “grandmother.” What they ended up with was a plethora of internet faux pas that could make even the most experienced sailor blush.
Posted • October 29, 2012 • Comments Off
Open Letter to Pat McQuaid from Greg LeMond
Please retweet or pass this letter around. Originally posted on Greg LeMond’s Facebook Page
October 24 update: Can anyone help me out? I know this sounds kind of lame but I am not well versed in social marketing. I would like to send a message to everyone that really loves cycling. I do not use twitter and do not have an organized way of getting some of my own “rage” out. I want to tell the world of cycling to please join me in telling Pat McQuaid to f##k off and resign. I have never seen such an abuse of power in cycling’s history- resign Pat if you love cycling. Resign even if you hate the sport.
Posted • September 3, 2012 • Comments Off
The evil empire sets a SEO snare!
If you optimize a page that sets off Google’s alarms they will reduce your rank and see if they can get you to do something about it. There’s the trap. Now they have their proof that you are trying to manipulate rankings.
Here is the proof.
Posted • January 27, 2012 • Comments Off
One Policy, One Google Experience
We’re getting rid of over 60 different privacy policies across Google and replacing them with one that’s a lot shorter and easier to read. Our new policy covers multiple products and features, reflecting our desire to create one beautifully simple and intuitive experience across Google.
Posted • July 5, 2011 • Comments Off
Baidu and bing Partnership
The Chinese search mogul Baidu and Microsoft announced yesterday they have struck a deal to offer bing web services in English. It’s expected to take place by the end of the year.
Posted • May 31, 2011 • 2 Comments
MetaCrawler Broken for Day Number 2
Both yesterday and today when I tried using metacrawler the “metasearch engine”, the results came up fine. The problem arose when I clicked on any of the results.
When I clicked on the result I wished to visit I received a “Runtime Error” message.
Posted • May 17, 2011 • Comments Off
How Does the Google Panda Algorithm Update Effect SEO?
Just one day after Cinco de Mayo Google released a blog post “More guidance on building high-quality sites”. With this post Google has dealt with a number of questions that they have been trying to resolve with their algorithm update.
Posted • May 13, 2011 • Comments Off
Are your Tweets Ranking on Google? What is Your Twitter Marketing Strategy
The best bet is to combine your Twitter Marketing Strategy with your Twitter and SEO efforts. There are even some who believe that Twitter and any social media as a group are useless for search engine marketing.
Are they right or are they just sticking their head in the sand?
Posted • May 5, 2011 • 1 Comment
WebVisions May 25-27, 2011 at the Oregon Convention Center
Portland’s premiere web design event.
- New Format
- Heavyweight Speakers
- More Parties. More Fun
- May 25-27, Portland, Oregon
WebVisions is changing! Shorter, punchier sessions and half-day workshops that explore the future of web design, technology, UX and business strategy.
Great discount for SEO Blog readers on the event packages.