We've lost one of the most respected members of our community. Ted Ulle (Tedster), passed away late last week.
When I first read this about this news, my first thought is this going to be what kills vine...thoughts?
Today, when I tried to use the non-logged in google adwords keyword too
There's a lot of talking about the proper use of the disavow tool.
I think this article makes a great observation:
There's a very interesting thread over at WebmasterWorld discussing what links one should really disavow / remove?
First found on @SEroundtable blog post, discussing
Google again stresses that the only thing you need to use is the GWMT links data and to look for "patterns" in backlinks .
Reading this post about accidentally going viral and how it hard then to get rid of the fear that was your hugest accomplishment in life (and it pa
Barry Schwartz reported on this in Search Engine Land http://searchengineland.com/
Big companies NEED to use social media as a customer service tool. Social media works best for carrying on a conversation, not for sales, so this isn't surprising.
Casey Markee reports an interesting new Google Webmaster Tools penalty message that classifies a website as a pure spam
Cool project, I wonder who owns the DB (the actual data that's gathered) .... also, great link to have if you're a provider:)
Great piece examining whether it's tougher to run an SMB today than it was, say, 5 years ago. I'd suggest you have to be savvier about online marketing with every passing month, at the very l
Infographic is a bit shallow, but gives something of an overview.
Excellent overview of the recent Rich Snippets expert-level session at SMX Advanced. THIS is the sort of thing that every session at SMX should bring. If you understand what Rich Snippe
I had a bit of a rant about knowledge graph http://seoenquirer.com/google-updates-the
Wade Roush at Xconomy has a fun insight into how we've passed peak Apple, pea
.. but for reasons like this, this is why (on balance) I still love the company.
Wow this is pretty awesome!
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