A couple of months ago we introduced some new Video SEO features into the uQast player and now all the wrinkles have been ironed out, including some work arounds for sub-optimal code within WordPress core in regards to oEmbed, a large chunk of it is working as intended.
Tamar must have spent a huge amount of time compiling this enormous list of what she feels were the best Internet Marketing Blog Posts of 2007. I gained a few mentions on some key articles which was great.
I think I have been on both of these guy’s mailing lists for maybe 2 years and they certainly know what they are talking about.
I honestly have no idea what kind of product Jason Moffatt is launching with these videos, and I am not one of his affiliates (at least for this launch).
I thought I would mix things up with a few interesting videos I have been watching
First of all a short video from SMX Seattle on various things regarding duplicate content and paid links. I am not sure if there is anything new, but it certainly emphasises how you should handle syndication of your content with links back to the original.
A subtle mix of tantalizing facts about the most controversial internet industry displayed provocatively on a semi-naked female body can turn into a traffic whirlwind.
Whilst Youtube and Myspace don’t seem to consider the content of the video NSFW, I have taken the opportunity to mask certain references.
No pictorial content would be looked on as NSFW in most countries I am aware of, but there is certainly some female flesh shown from below the neckline.
Just over a week ago I started a poll to determine which keywords from the Technorati Top10 on that particular day would generate the best results regarding traffic, and being picked up by 3rd party syndication (some would refer to them as splogs).
Family Relationship Disaster
That is the message that filtered back to to me via my mother-in-law to my wife and then finally to me, 3 weeks later.
I Was Stunned
My father-in-law had been casually thinking about putting all his old family videos on SVHS onto DVD for a number of years. One tape had been professionally processed, but he didn’t like the charges, wasn’t happy with the final results, and didn’t understand the time required to edit video into something presentable.
I just found out about this on one of the forums I visit frequently.
Zoobie vs Adsense
Zoobie vs Ebay
I have no association with the guy who created it but it is done with so much class, I thought I had to mention it here, and also submit it to Digg. (though Digg is down as I write.