Archive for December, 2009


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Search Wars

Bing is really heating up and people around the tech world are seeming to give it props whenever possible. Today, over at Tech Crunch, I was reading an article about the Times Square bomb scare in New York City. The terrorism thing has every holiday traveler a little wary right now, and with the New […]

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Omnipotent Google?

Just read an op-ed piece in the New York Times by Adam Raff, who owns Foundem, an Internet tecnology firm. It came to my attention by way of Axandra’s newsletter, which comes to my inbox each Tuesday. If you aren’t getting it, you totally should. It’s just one way for me to keep current with […]

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WordPress: Why Did My Blog Disappear?

Today, I’m proudly showing my new blog address/theme, etc. to my friend, Brian Edmondson, and he says, “Looks great in Firefox, but something’s wrong in IE. I can only see the header.” Grrrr…. What’s the deal? I tried changing to Kubrick theme (the blue & white default), and nada… Same thing. Enter WordPress’s support blog. […]

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OVBlogger Morphs Into The SEO News Blog

For the folks at Technorati: HDSWWG3GQKQF Yep… You’re in the right place. I’m still going to be providing you with the best content about the world of SEO, Web 2.0, and blogging, but… I started this blog in 2005, before I knew anything about SEO, and so… the URL and the title has been bothering […]

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Have a Very Happy Holiday!

So, today’s Christmas Eve, and I’m cleaning in preparation for tomorrow. The in-laws will be over, and I always cook a big dinner for Christmas. It’s a big change for me from thinking about marketing, managing the ListBuilding Club, on-page and off-page optimization, what’s new, and what I’ve missed and need to catch up with… […]

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SEO: More on Personalized Search

Just read an article by Danny Sullivan, musing on the release of Google’s personalized search. He feels the same way as I do. Google put the announcement in a teeny little blog post and didn’t really make any huge announcement. The Google ghods just put it into operation, hoping we wouldn’t notice. It’s kind of […]

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Twitter: Brand Your Tweets, Easy & Free

For those of you who love Twitter, but who are also marketing mavens, you’ll be really interested in a new application that I found out about today. It’s called “Market Me Tweet,” and instead of having your tweets say, “From TweetDeck” or “From FriendFeed” or whatever, what if they could say “From Your Business Name” […]

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