Online marketing information can change quickly This article is 9 years and 364 days old, and the facts and opinions contained in it may be out of date.
I missed last week while we put on the SEO Class, which went very well. We had a nice turnout of non-profit organizations, and were able to cover some excellent material that should help with driving more targeted, relevant traffic to their sites. Plenty of folks had nice things to say, and I’m sure we’ll have their testimonials up in the near future. Without further ado – here’s this week (and some of last weeks) favorites:
- Treatise on the Art of Blog
- Muhammad Saleem gives more goodies on optimizing firefox for netscape, and Pronet offers up the search engine smackdown.
- Brian Provost explains the lifecycles of SEO consultants, sparks a great debate SEOmoz, and responds.
- Brian Clark explains how the disovery channel can help your links, and uses one of my favorite books, "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenence" to illustrate Zen and the art of remarkable blogging
- Matt gives us a nice update on canonicalization issues
- PMac sent me a great rap song about being a super affiliate
- Lee tells us 10 great tips for keeping spam off your blog
- Brad defends the virtues of search arbitrage
- From the master of linkbait title ideas – Top 12 ways to win friends and write magnetic titles
- Brandon Hopkins on trackback traffic and 66 ways to build links in 2007
- Dave Davis has a nice piece on SEO and PPC being complementary to one another
- Hugh on Advertising 2.0 doesn’t exist – Though I disagree with one point – "Live by SEO, die by SEO" – let’s change that to "Learn SEO, and eat those that don’t" – Good SEO types know it’s only a piece of the puzzle that "links first" is a mindset. Link equity is the new brand building
- Markus won’t be upgrading to Vista – for many of the same reasons I reverted.