Blog Archives for the Google category

A Threadwatch Best Post Revival.

When re-doing my site for the first time in 4 years – I had to get rid of a lot of 404’s.  I also found all my posts to threadwatch.  My buddy Tony Spencer mentioned doing a roundup of some of the favorites.  Enjoy your […]

Interview w/ Jim Boykin, CEO, InternetMarketingNinjas.com

Todd: 1. What makes a great linkbuilder? A great link builder is someone who can write and promote amazing content. Today I feel that a link builder should really be a Content Marketer and/or a Relationship Builder. A great content marketer is someone who can think of really […]

Google’s Big Brand Bump Bailout

Recent logic suggests if banks aren’t good at managing money, but they’re big, we should give them more money. If a car company, doesn’t make very good cars (but they’re big), they should get more money. It looks like Google is following suit on the […]

10 Reasons Digg Could be the New Google, and Suggested Improvements

Despite being incredibly sick of always hearing about “the new google”, and not believing it can happen due to the extremely high barrier to entry, I think there *IS* still opportunity for someone to gain significant share of the stagnating search marketplace. The ONE major […]

Peek Into Google Algo Part II – I Was Way Wrong

My first post on the Google cache error was pretty much a quick rundown of what I thought was possible that the error message revealed about the Google algo. Well, after reviewing the error further, I was pretty much completely wrong. It sounded like some […]

A Peek Into the Google Algorithm

Last week, a gent by the name of Ruslan Abuzant, got a rare peak at a portion of the algorithm of Google, stumbling accross it when looking at the cached version of a multi-language page. He was kind enough to post his findings on digital […]

The Trust Knob is WAY too High – Google Trustbox

Firstly, it’s a Trustbox, not a Sandbox. “Trust filters” seem to be a large portion of what has most SEO’s in a frenzy over search engine’s currently. There are pros and cons to the trustbox for folks on both sides of the fence, and the […]

5 Reasons I Like the NoFollow Tag

I just got done reading yet another article considering the nofollow tag on GW’s blog, and after following his technorati tag for nofollow, I found near nothing but negative feedback on the tag from bloggers (who it was intended to assist). For this reason, I […]

Echoeing Click Stream as an Algorithm Validator

Fun commentary, but technology sometimes sucks…Graywolf and I talked with Greg about click stream analysis and its’ potential impact on search engine results positions. Most people that talk about search engine rankings sometimes forget to realize that there are 100’s if not 1000’s variables to […]

I am Not a Link Communist

It is against my better judgment to stir the pot on this issue, but it’s upsetting to me whenever the topic gets brought up. I don’t understand why engines are resorting to fear, uncertainty, and doubt to retain their relevancy, so I thought I’d bite […]