One Day

This post is entitled just One Day, not One Day Blog Silence, because some people may wish to take other actions, and possibly speak out about other causes.

One Day Blog Silence

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Portal Feeder 2.0 Example Site (Not a Review)

A month or so back I was attempting to arrange some kind of head-to-head comparison between Portal Feeder 2.0, one of their competitors, and what you can do with WordPress and some free or relatively cheap plugins.

iBegin Source Review

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iBegin Source is an interesting concept, and aims to make local business data both more accurate and cheaper than ever before.
I hesitated initially in accepting this paid review, because I wasn’t sure I was capable in giving it the level of in-depth coverage I normally give reviews, mainly because I have never really got involved with local search in the US – the Altantic Ocean is quite a large separator. iBegin Source do plan however to offer European data soon, so it might become more relevant for my own use.

I Have A New Pet

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Tumbleweed

If you happen to click through to my site from your feedreader (I know it is a huge sacrifice) then you will see I have a new pet in my sidebar.
He is actually quite a smart little guy, because unlike you, he knows which posts on my blog you might have missed over the last 3 months, based on the number of comments that were posted, or in this case, lack of comments.

The Easiest Way To Pull Yourself Out Of Supplemental Results Hell?

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For those that don’t know, “supplemental results” are the bane of search engine optimization specialists.

Here is a great explanation of supplemental results from Rockyfied

Google Supplemental Results: Google supplemental results take pages on your site that have been indexed and put them into a sub database in Google. Supplemental results do not rank well but rather Google uses its supplemental DB to populate its results when they don’t have enough results to show in a given query. This means pages on your site in Google’s supplemental DB will not help you in the serps.

Technorati Favorites – Is This Evil, Lazy or Just Smart?

I have just been casually observing what has been happening with a few memes, and one of those is what is happening with Technorati Favorites.
It is one thing exchanging favorites with people, that creates some interesting OPML data that can be used for all finds of things, but it is a lot of hard work updating lists with all the people who post comments etc.

Do You Want a $200 Press Release Submission With PRWeb? For Free?

This is actually something quite remarkable, because as far as I know, I haven’t seen anyone else, ever, get to offer their readers a free, premium press release through PRWeb, and it is not like they have an affiliate program (at least that I have heard about), or easy to find promotion codes.