Archive for October, 2009

Happy Hall-SEO-Ween!

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Happy Hall-SEO-Ween to all of our freakishly awesome and ghoulishly white hat SEO’s and SEM’s out there. In the spirit of the holiday we wanted to share some great Halloween inspired SEO finds with our readers, as well as some photos of our team dressed up. This post shows “10 Halloween Costumes for SEOs“, great […]

Your Green Marketing Strategy

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

I’m your typical alternative conscious tech guy. I start my day with some Yoga and meditation, I ride my bike to work (almost every day), and we even started recycling in our office.  Before I lived close enough to start riding my bike, I’m the guy who advocated for a carpool with my co-workers (and […]

Google Slap….Fact or Fiction?

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

      Google Slap….Fact or Fiction?   Google Slap, or more accurately, AdWords Slap is indeed a fact. There are several different definitions of what actually constitutes Google Slap.   Most just use that term for poor quality scores, primarily caused by poor landing pages..but for this article I am using a more focused definition — […]

More Options for Real Time Search

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

I’m obsessed with real time search! and I don’t think it’s just me (Google just announced social search), and in my last article, I talked about Twitter real time search and trends.  Of course, some people have their doubts about the viability of social search, but I believe real time search is only going to […]

Higher Rankings in Google: The Basics

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Knowing how to get found on Google is easy to understand but in practice can sometimes become hard to implement. Google’s Matt Cutts spoke with USAToday.com to reiterate some of the basics, the video is embedded below.  Cutts covers some of the misconceptions about Google: you don’t have to pay to get to the top […]