His post was entitled:- “How Google Blogsearch ranks your Postsâ€¦ In their own words!”
As most of my readers are no doubt aware, I am a strong supporter of sharing the link love, but I always advocate sharing it in a focused manner, preferably from relevant content or from comments and trackbacks. If you trackback/pingback this blog you receive a reciprocal link between highly relevant content automatically, and not only Google and other major search engines count the links as relevant, but also blogging search engines such as Technorati, though with Technorati it is best to do it on a more recent post.
These are some highlights (in my opinion) of some of the content I have created over the last month. If I have missed anything out which you enjoyed or gained some value from, please let others know in the comments.
Stampede Secrets 2.0 is unlike any internet marketing report or ebook I have read…
If spending $97 on an ebook is a major financial commitment, don’t read any further
Ok, for the rest of you lets get on with the review…
How many blogs link to Technorati on every post they publish? Many blogs also use followable links to social bookmarking sites such as Delicious, and social news sites such as Digg on every single page of their site? Google in their recently disclosed patent are saying that it could be a negative indication of quality.
For a long time my blogs have performed amazingly well with Google Blog Search. I always appear in the relevant results quickly, and the results I obtain have some reasonable longevity, even when I am not the original source of a story.
I saw a few posts about MyFeedz yesterday and checked it out, and I noticed Robert just gave Myfeedz a test. He is a hardcore feed reader, so I value his opinion (even though we don’t always agree on everything).
I think Robert is being extremely polite about MyFeedz
I actually applied only recently for Tino Buntie to add my name to the 2000 Bloggers collage. I thought it was a cool idea, although the SEO benefit is probably minimal simply because although massive cross-linking is happening, it could be looked on as:-
One of the many features that have been added to Bumpzee over the last few days is something I was really looking forward to.
This feature is important because all my content that is relevant is being automatically being posted to Bumpzee, no need to submit it.
But it would become a pain if I had to visit the site after every post I made on the blog to add tags.
Bumpzee is now automatically parsing each post for tags, such as rel=”tag” used for Technorati, and adding them automatically with each entry.