SEO Sanitation From A Cleaner of Other People’s $#!+

I often liken what I occasionally do to being a cleaner of other people’s $#!+ and in some ways that is what I do in my role as Product Manager at uQast (we are just starting our chartered launch), tracking down bugs & designing features that solve the problems of our customers.
It is much better being the “Head Cleaner” – then you don’t necessarily have to get out a mop & bucket yourself… let alone a plunger.

Could RevResponse & Tradepub Kill Your SERPs?

Links from tradepub

I can only vaguely rememember signing up for an account with RevResponse for a “tradepub” online trade publication store.

I can’t remember ever linking to it, but it might have happened – a quick search of my archives doesn’t reveal anything.

New Digg 4 (Basic) SEO Score 30/100

Digg Description

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

How a Blogroll Can Still Kill Your PageRank

blogroll example

Navigational elements on a blog or any website are an important feature, but you should be careful not to take things to extremes which can hurt the progress of your site, both from a SEO perspective and for website conversion.

Is Quality Content Needed To Make Money?

3rd-party-content

I first published this post under a different title almost 3 years ago (Jan 17, 2007 @ 6:55), but over the last couple of days it has become specifically relevant.
At the time Jack Humphreys was offering a training program combined with high end blog hosting called “Authority Site Center” which was the successor to his previous offering, “Content Desk”.
First of all I was just going to post it with a quick introductory paragraph, then I decided it really needed some additional examples.