Blog archives for Sunday, July 10th, 2005

Cheat Sheets From Ilovejackdaniels

I’m a big fan of making stuff easier. Crib sheets make life easy. This is a great idea, and Dave should be rewarded with a bit of link love for his web development crib sheets. He has a bunch of my favorites: Mod-rewrite, CSS, PHP, […]

SEGuru and Boser on “That’s a Wrap”

Webmasterradio.fm – That’s a Wrap” 6:00pm – EST It’s very cool that these guys got a chance to sit and rant together on SEO. Sounds like they’ll be discussing the weekly state of search, and all things fun in the world of search marketing and […]

All Marketer’s Aren’t Philanthropists

This post is a little overdue bit about my thoughts on “All Marketers Are Liars” by Seth Godin. The first 35+ pages of this book are amazing. Seth has a knack for putting into action words the things that we SHOULD have known anyways, but […]

The Art of Writing a Good Link Request Part II – Dr. Weaver Revisited

It seemed like folks were somewhat interested in how to frame a good link request, so I thought I’d write a bit more on the subject. As a lot of people know, I am a big fan of Seth Godin’s work, and try to apply […]

Belated Webmasterworld New Orleans Conference Takeaways

Check out the New Orleans Webmasterworld conference presentations from the We Build Pages staff Try using images for you “buy words” to make your site more informational Links from lots of IP ranges is a good thing Google engineers are people too People actually read […]

How to Be a Crappy SEO Client

Bad clients will waste your time and destroy your business. Since SEO can deliever such cheap marketing sometimes it is easy to sell yourself short, taking on bad clients. – Aaron Wall I really enjoy working with good clients. Helping to make a good business […]

Mr. Ploppy’s Monday Morning Tool List Volume XVI – Social Bookmarking Tools

So I’ve just started diving into the world of social bookmarking, and I think there are some very valuable tools out there for those in the world of internet marketing. I decided to spend a bit of time and explore exactly what is available and […]

3 Random Goog Thoughts Today

1. I wonder why G doesn’t do hosting and domain registration yet. I wonder how many people registered domains much longer since the day Google released their latest IR patent. Can G be the ad sponsor host for ALL media?

Ian Turner Found

Good to see Ian will be home soon. It was very cool to see the support given by the community, and close friends like DaveN and others that really went the extra mile to make sure Ian was okay. We’re all lucky to work in […]