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Video Introduction to WordPress

Video Introduction to WordPress

I’ve been thinking about doing some video tutorials on how to use WordPress. Untill I have these videos fully produced, here is a video I picked up from YouTube that discusses some basics of...

SEO Title Tag WordPress Plug-In

SEO Title Tag WordPress Plug-In

Over the next few days I will be discussing different WordPress Plug-ins I have uploaded to some of my sites recently. Most of my clients already have these plug-ins installed by default, including NetConcepts’...

Google Adsense Section Targeting

Google Adsense Section Targeting

I’ve noticed some irrelevant ads on our micro brew and craft beer blog lately (yeah anchor text!), so I’ve decided to talk about Google Adsense Section Targeting. Darren Rose talks about the basics on...

What are “sitemaps”?

What are “sitemaps”?

Google, MSN, and Yahoo have agreed to make our lives a little easier by coming together to form sitemaps.org in addition to supporting the same format, which helps explain a little bit as to...

Let’s talk about WordPress and The GPL

Let’s talk about WordPress and The GPL

So, I’ve been thinking lately about charging a small fee to set-up WordPress Blogs for students (I live in a college town and think that all students should be online and be blogging!). Basically,...

WordPress Blog Themes

WordPress Blog Themes

One of the great things about using WordPress is the open-source nature and the many free themes that exist on the web. I am currently looking for a new three column theme to help...

Revver Showcases Possible You-Tube Ad Model

Revver Showcases Possible You-Tube Ad Model

I’d heard of it before but never looked into it, but video blogging site Revver allows users who upload video to monetize their efforts by placing ads at the end of each video. Could...

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!).