Posts tagged ‘seo’

Dealing With Negative Nelly Web Designers

Several times a week, I walk past a commercial office furniture warehouse. There is signage–a series of photos and text–running the length of one side of…

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Transcribing Podcasts and Other Audio for Fun, Profit and SEO

For one of our clients, we’re doing an informal series of audio interviews with tech gurus and web geeks about how they manage and back up…

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Success for Boot and Blade

Just a quick note to say thanks to everybody who linked to Julie’s figure skating blog. She’s now in the number one spot for the Google…

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Can SEO Get Julie to the Olympics?

A couple of years ago my wife Julie started a figure skating blog. She’s got a particular purpose in mind for this project: she wants to…

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Clean is Happy, and the Prospects for Video-Centric Websites

Via Amber, I discovered the unusual design for Washlet.com, a site promoting a, uh, toilet. The site is more or less entirely comprised of little bits…

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Riddle Me This SEO Mystery

One of my posts on the popular (but crappy) email newsletter service Constant Contact used to be ranked #3 when you searched for “Constant Contact”. Finding…

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Want an Invitation to Qassia?

I’ve been running this Knol blog (though, ironically, Google’s project may actually be called Unipedia) with an occasional post, and paying attention to the space. Today…

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The Hyper-Optimized Ebook Website

I’ve been doing some reading about ebooks recently, and enjoyed a Copyblogger post about creating ebooks that sell. Brian references an ebook site featuring a book…

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