It has been 6 months since I left Twitter – plenty of time for Twitter to clean up their SEO act and if they needed/wanted some direct feedback I am not hard to contact directly.[Continue reading]
Digg is a community of millions of users but it only takes a few hundred to stage a significant protest – a few thousand active diggers working in a coordinated manner and Digg might have to rethink their current plans… after a year+ of development.[Continue reading]
Google like searchers to have a good user experience.
This means that if they show a search result for something, if a user clicks the result, they should be given the information they expect – what is promised in the headline and snippet in the search results.[Continue reading]
This is just a quick look at basic SEO factors and how Digg screwed them up.
I am not going to get into complicated internal linking sturctures, or even discuss things like nofollow and robots.txt[Continue reading]
I am a SEO geek – if there were 140 characters on Twitter that have meaning – I might want to be able to find it, or help other people to find it.[Continue reading]
I don’t know whether to call the last few days “Leo Gate” or “Social Media Gate” or “Buzz Gate” but one thing it certainly highlights is how different the Google Buzz Team is:-[Continue reading]
Leo Laporte seems a little upset with Google Buzz & Twitter – actually social media in general – to be honest in many ways I agree with him – if conversation happens for lesser mortals like me it is because I have reached out and actively looked for conversation engaging with others.
At times it seems like Leo suggests that content might be somehow filtered out of other people’s feeds.
For some reason this keeps cropping up, and I thought I would write a small informative guide.
I know one major web 2.0 property that recently added rel=”dofollow” to links, and there is a massive site doing 40M+ visitors a month which last time I looked was using rel=”noindex”.[Continue reading]