Are Blogger | Blogspot Blogs SEO Friendly?

Dropdown Menus On Blogspot Could Cause Indexing Problems

Just because Blogger / Blogspot is owned by Google doesn’t make it SEO Friendly

For years I have been reading absurd suggestions that Google’s Blogger / Blogspot service is SEO friendly. At one time this was semi-true, and it is even possible with the current incarnation. However if you use the service “as intended”, without expert knowledge, you might find yourself up a creek without a paddle.

SEO Blogs Need A Serious Spring Clean

Stompernet are in the middle of a relaunch of their SEO Training product as an online course you can get access to immediately for $1 – when I first looked at the course it was a 2 DVD set last October.

I’ve Been Robbed!!!

Human Pyramid

That low down scoundrel Andy Beal, you know the one? Yeah the one who goes around confusing people with an almost identical name.

Well anyway I realised a few minutes ago that he had somehow got hold of one of my articles before it was published, and left me with only part of it.

Techmeme Goes SEO

Techmeme SEO Story 1

In the past I have mentioned that often on Techmeme somehow search marketing blogs that cover Google news extensively weren’t gaining a huge share of the limelight as the “lead” for stories, even if they were first to break the news.

Google Double or Indented Listings

Players With Money Indented Listing

Whilst I gain tons of Google indented listings for money terms, and I can achieve them quite often in minutes, rather than days, they are almost always achieved using a few simple steps.

Players With Money – Devastating The SERPS

Players With Money Devastating The SERPS

What follows is an example of the Google search results being devastated by techniques taught by Alex Goad in his Players With Money membership site.

In the run up to the initial launch, and some time afterwards, I was ranking extremely well, with only the primary domain ranking better.

Stompernet Site Seer – Ripped Apart

Site Seer Google Search results

Stomper Site Seer is totally free, other than requiring registration. Is it worth handing over your email address?

Comparisons are bound to be made with the many free tools available from SEOmoz and SEObook, some of which are purely online services, and others are browser plugins. Many of the SEOmoz tools also require registration, and some are under the hood of their paid membership, especially tools which provide long term analysis of both your own site, and that of competitors.