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WordPress MU v1.0

WordPress MU v1.0

I’m not quite sure what to make of this yet, WordPress MU v1.0. Sounds interesting and I’ll look into the possibilities as the week progresses.

Gotta Give Bill a Shout Out

Gotta Give Bill a Shout Out

I thought I’d give a shout out to my main man Bill Slawski and his SEO by the Sea blog, voted one of the top 5 seach marketing blogs out there by Pandia Search...

Stay Tuned for Evolvor Search, Powered By Google

Stay Tuned for Evolvor Search, Powered By Google

I can’t wait to start playing with Google Co-Op, a new service that allows you to customize search engine results and add them to your website. I will try to integrate this new service...

Should links open in a new window?

Should links open in a new window?

So last night I was asked whether or not links should open in a new window. The person asking is a web design major who’s teacher instructed him that, by opening links in new...

How Yahoo Can Beef Up It’s # of Advertisers

How Yahoo Can Beef Up It’s # of Advertisers

Just read this post about how Yahoo is possibly working on a more-user friendly web publishing platform which in turn could increase it’s Search Marketing Solutions customers. I agree completely that if anybody out...

Super Bowl to be streamed over the ‘Net

Super Bowl to be streamed over the ‘Net

Now, I may be ignorant to this, and someone correct me if I am wrong, but I’m pretty sure I have yet to see a football game, let alone a Super Bowl, streamed over...

Time for us to get Greedy

Time for us to get Greedy

From Andy Beal: An article on rev2.org about GreedTube, a YouTube spinoff that let’s users monetize their videos by sharing 50% of adsense revenue. Very interesting…

Online Presentation: Optimizing Content Pages

Online Presentation: Optimizing Content Pages

From Rand/SEOMoz: Jonathan Mendez has a nice PowerPoint about optimizing your content for your visitors, via an embedded file from Slideshare (which I just LOVE by the way! Great service think YouTube for business!).

Death of Microsoft Frontpage?

Death of Microsoft Frontpage?

Jim Boykin talks today about an email he received concerning Microsoft Frontpage. I was unaware that FrontPage was being discontinued, and the article goes into more specifics of that. I say good riddance (even...

Use this list when building a website

Use this list when building a website

A great list of things to consider when building a new site. Stuntdbl has done it again with a great post that I wish I could hang on my wall (maybe I will…)

Pinging Google

Pinging Google

You can now automatically ping Google every time your blog is updated. This is especially important in order to have your most recent articles appear in the Google Blog search. Learn more here.

Google Code Search

Google Code Search

Just a quick shout out to Google’s new Code Search, which I’m sure will not only help start a future software tool that will change the world, but also get some people in the...

Thank you! Why music is not a good thing for your website.

Thank you! Why music is not a good thing for your website.

Oatmeal from SEOMoz has some good points about putting background music on a site. While I can see there being a time and place for it in certain situations, in general it’s a horrible...

Dump your Sitemap?

Dump your Sitemap?

SEO BlackHat has some rather interesting thoughts on whether or not you should incorportae that Google Sitemap. While I think his points are valid, why not incorporate a sitemap for the viewer AND for...

Google Gadgets

Google Gadgets

Again from Google Blogoscoped: You can now add Google Gadgets to any web page. This is interesting for those developers out there who are thinking about developing some Google gadgets of their own. From...