Ultimate Tag Warrior SEO Tricks (pt 1)

On my blogs, I prefer not to use nofollow for comments and trackback.

It is my belief that if someone adds to the conversation on my blogs, the least I can do is offer them a backlink for their trouble.
I prefer people to write a post about me than to add me to their blogroll. I know a blogroll link theoretically gives me more Google Juice, but if they give 200 people a blogroll link, suddenly the value of that link from every page is greatly deminished.

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International Blogging with Babelfish

Blogging is international.

What you write about today might very well appear on a blog that is written in another language, and you shouldn’t be afraid of joining in the conversation even on a blog written in a language you have no hope of understanding normally.

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Long Sales Letters and Social Networking Clash

I just gave Brian a Digg on this, as it is a subject rarely discussed.

A thought provoking post by Brian addressing quite a major issue.
As the marketing world comes to terms with social networking, and social networks get invaded or enhanced by marketers there are many aspects that both sides have to address to come to some form of consensus and safe middle ground.

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