If you listen to any comedian ever, they have a bit about airlines. Celebrities also regularly vent their frustrations with various airlines via Twitter.
It's been a while since I came across an article like this. One with a seething tone that doesn't sound petty.
How to turn your webinars into videos and upload them to all the video hosting services then share them 50+ places. http://growmap.com/repurpose-web-conferences/
MIT's OpenCourseWare (which is freaking awesome btw) just made a blog post saying that the J.
Inc magazine published a list of 29 sites for free images written by Chelsea Blacker from Blue Glass UK.
In the middle of submitting a post on Technorati, a writer who has written there for years received this message:
We need to discuss the best ways to guest blog without getting slapped.
Includes blog outreach platforms worth checking out and what to focus on when placing content:
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've never been fond of guest blogging, when it comes to people asking to write on my blog. My cynical side says they're all just looking to spread some keyword rich junk around.
Wikipedia editors stand accused of trashing the profile page for an American novelist, after she cried foul at Wikipedia removing women from their list of "American authors".
Google has updated the Authorship rich snippet that appears alongside search results.
You can always count on Aaron Wall to call Google out, especially on its hypocrisy.
Danny Brown's Sunday Share features a worthwhile presentation by John Lane of Centerline Digital:
Jen Goode writes on 5 ways to profit with existing content, including lists of materials for how-to articles and a suggested reading list t
Pretty good article on doing the opposite of what almost every other SEO is doing at the moment:
Google has updated Google images, so that you no longer need to visit the website Google got the image from when you click it!
Raise your hand if you are a video game nerd.
Keep it up if you are over 30.
Hand still up?
Digg have back themselves into a corner by editing or burying many of the commercial submissions. It looks as though they intend to capture a bit of that commercial market they have despised:
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