Archive for June, 2011


Firefox Add-On Super Start

You know how much I use Firefox? 18/7. Yep… ALL the time. I mean, I like Chrome and all, but there are things that Firefox does that Chrome just doesn’t. And now, comes Firefox 5. Have you downloaded it yet? Well, let me warn you that some of your add-ons aren’t going to work. I […]

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SEOMoz Explains the Philosophy of Panda

I rarely watch whole videos. Isn’t that horrible? I just have little time, and when I’m not engaged, I’m gone. But this video peaked my interest, not just because it’s from Rand Fishkin at SEOMoz.com, but because he gives you the real overview of the impact Google’s Panda algorithm update will have on search going […]

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SEO: Analyzing the Competition

Webmasters who are interested in SEO are always interested in how to beat their competitors to the top of the search results pages.  How did they get there? Why do they stay there? What can I do to bump them off and move my site in? I get these questions a lot. So, I’m going […]

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-06-26 #theSEONewsBlog

9 Steps to Consider When Valuing Your Startup: Determining your startup’s worth is one of the hardest parts o… http://bit.ly/lD2DmH # 44 New Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed: Wow, we have a ton of resources this week. And we’re perf… http://bit.ly/iG82bx # Gay Pride Celebrations Rock the Social Media World [TWITPICS]: The last […]

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.Whatever… Can you have your own TLD?

You probably heard the news last week that ICANN approved the allowance of generic top level domains (gTLDs). If you want one, you have hoops to jump through that are pretty small. Read all about it in my latest Technorati article: .Whatever… Can you have your own TLD? And enjoy!

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The Internet Is Coughing Up Its Last Lung…

Really. I’ve been saying this for several months. I’ve been around long enough (some 7-1/2 years) to know that the day of Mom & Pop stores online, whether they’re ecommerce or information marketing, are nearly over. I’ve seen Google cracking down. I’ve seen the FTC coming after folks I have well-respected and admired. And I’ve […]

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Did You Know about the Filter Bubble?

A while back, I wrote a post about a new search engine called DuckDuckGo.com. I love the simplicity of their interface. There are no ads down the page (though they have added a couple of floating small ads, they’re inobtrusive), no instant previews, nothing but pure results. It’s clean and mean. But here’s something that […]

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