Blog archives for Monday, May 7th, 2007

10 Ways Competive Webmastering is Like the 2007 NBA Champion Detroit Pistons

Launching a successful site is like hitting a clutch game winning 3 pointer to beat the buzzer. Finish practice, finish plays, finish quarters, and finish games. Strong teamwork skills makes a team better. Learning to pass, delegate, and share responsibilities lets everyone demonstrate and improve […]

Friday Favorites 5/4/07

The Prequel to the SEO Playbook Natural vs. unnatural patterns with Digg, 10 tips for content creation, and What the Cluetrain means to your business – checkout more links below Warren Buffet SEO advice, and the Austin Powers guide to websites – what it really […]

New Ways to Buy Text Links and Reviews

The fine folks over at Text Link Ads, have out done themselves again offering new services from both ReviewMe, and the mothership. ReviewMe now offers a service that gives more control to the advertiser while still giving the blogger 100% control over what review offers […]

Register for the SEO Class – Search Engine Marketing Training in NYC

The SEO Class is in full swing for spring. Come join us at the New York Helmsley Hotel Midtown Manhattan in mid-May for an information packed 2 day seminar on how to make it happen online. The cost is $2999 (less $500 until next friday […]

Friday Favorites 4/20/07

Are SEO’s early adopters – or just plain the pornographers of the web? – read more favorites below. Counterpoint to paid linking fud – from graywolf at seoclass, on his site, scoreboardmedia, aaron, and threadwatch. Aaron’s power of observation astounds me sometimes – How global […]

The SEO Playbook – Welcome to the Rabbit Hole Alice

SEO is about more than meta tags, title tags, and targeted anchor text. Call it "competitive webmastering", "SEO", or any one of a slew of other titles – it is the thought process of lateral thinking and understanding of website creation and marketing combined that […]

Stephen Colbert – Greatest Living American

Probably the coolest thing I heard at SES NYC was Jonah Stein’s story of informing the folks at the Colbert Nation that Stephen could be the Greatest Living American according to Google. Jonah is truly the most patriotic SEO for doing this service to his […]

Ask Your SEO Questions to the SEO Class’rs

We’ve decided to step things up over at the SEO Class Blog – and we’ll be answering weekly search engine marketing questions submitted by folks. Graywolf, SugarRae, GoodROI, will be debating the finer points of SEO on a weekly basis. Notes won’t be compared, and […]

I am not a Link Communist Revisited: Perspectives on Buying Links

I like to buy links. In fact, I love to buy links. As powerful and relevant as possible. The more they are such, the more they will help search engine rankings. Search engine rankings help sales. I love to buy sales even more than I […]

10 Reasons Why I Don’t Blog Sometimes

Jim tagged me – helping to spread the “why do I blog” meme. There are plenty of great reasons why I choose to blog, most of which have been covered by Jim, and several of the other great responses. There are plenty of reasons I […]