Archive for March, 2011


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The NOOB Guide to Online Marketing at SEOMoz

I’m a little late reading some of my email, but I just have to tell folks about this post from February: The Noob Guide to Online Marketing (With Giant INFOGRAPHIC) from Oil Gardner over at SEOMoz. Wow… Even if you’re not a NOOB, you have to take a look at it. Really cool stuff that […]

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Google Chrome Notebook and Living in the Cloud

It’s been a few months since Google so nicely sent me a new notebook computer. The CR48 is amazing, and it’s meant to be a netbook, not a heavy-duty workhorse. For that, it’s totally perfect. But I’m finding more and more ways to make it work the way I want it to, which is awesome! […]

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SEO Is Affected by Auto-Translate

I’ve had some people ask why I haven’t translated my site into other languages, and it occurred to me that it might be a good idea. And I’ve seen some folks telling you that you can translate your stuff automatically and you should add this or that or the other things that will translate your […]

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Fed Ex Day at the OE Ranch

Last week, we did something really cool at Overcome Everything.  It was Kyle Battis‘s idea (and Kyle is amazing; he’s always coming up with really cool stuff). He read how Google has a monthly day for its employees based on the concept of Fed Ex’s slogan: “When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight.” […]

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-03-27 #theSEONewsBlog

Why Facebook’s New Questions Tool Is Good for Brands & Businesses: Brands and businesses are looking for ways… http://bit.ly/gO7H4e # Last Call To Speak At SMX Advanced London: We’re finalizing the speaker lineup for SMX Advanced London, and ther… http://bit.ly/gmOCXH # Widespread Wi-Fi Coming to London Underground by 2012: Nearly half of the London Underground’s […]

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SEO Book’s Amazing Graphic

Ever wonder how things shook out in the world of “Google” SEO over the past few years? Check it: Infographic by SEO Book Just click on the graphic to get the bigger picture.  SEO is an ever-changing world in which you have to learn flexibility. If you think that just because you had your site […]

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Can You Protect Your Content?

I read an interesting article yesterday at PaidContent.org, entitled “Have Media Companies Destroyed Their Copyrights with the ‘Share’ button?” Apparently, they have.  We all have. Here’s what Joe Mullin, the article’s author has to say about that, “For all the gray areas around what’s legal and illegal when it comes to repurposing content in the […]

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