Archive for 'SEO'

Googles Results Get More Personal With “Search Plus Your World”

Posted 10 January 2012 | By | Categories: Google, SEO | No Comments

Googles Results Get More Personal With “Search Plus Your World”. Danny Sullivan characterizes this as “the most radical transformation” to Google’s search results – ever. Google+ users will see it first, but it will eventually roll out to anyone who logs into either Google.com or their Gmail account. In a nutshell, it will add “personal […]

Google admits its SEO could use a little work | Web Crawler – CNET News

Posted 04 March 2010 | By | Categories: Google, SEO | No Comments

Nice… To many in the SEO industry, Google is the end-all and be-all for everything related to optimizing websites. Getting on the first page results for your particular keywords on a Google search is the holy grail that all SEO’s seek on a routine basis. For their own websites, and especially those of their clients. […]

Information Architecture: The Backbone Of SEO & Usability

Posted 04 December 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

Great article here from Kim Krause Berg, founder of the Cre8asiteForums, and Usability Consultant for UsabilityEffect.com. It echoes my thoughts and explains the “unintentional” SEO I’ve done for my website design clients since 1998. Good SEO, with users visiting a site, staying a while, recommending it to their friends and associates, and maybe even making […]

Google Openly Profiles SEOs As Criminals

Posted 21 October 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

If a business in my home town decides to give away 50 samples of a product, to advertise an upcoming trade show, or perhaps a celebration of so many years in business, and as a result of this giveaway they receive numerous social media mentions, via Twitter, Facebook, etc. – they will likely obtain a […]

How to Claim Your Website’s Google Sidewiki – Vizion Interactive, Inc.

Posted 20 October 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

Excellent article here on using your website’s Sidewiki – a tool provided to users of the Google Toolbar to allow them to jot notes down for websites they visit, appears as a sidebar in the user’s browser. You can claim your own website’s Sidewiki, there are very good detailed instructions for doing that here, and […]

How to Claim Your Websitersquo;s Google Sidewiki – Vizion Interactive, Inc.

Posted 20 October 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

pExcellent article here on using your website’s Sidewiki – a tool provided to users of the Google Toolbar to allow them to jot notes down for websites they visit, appears as a sidebar in the user’s browser. /p pYou can claim your own website’s Sidewiki, there are very good detailed instructions for doing that here, […]

YouTube – Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

Posted 21 September 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

  “We don’t use the keywords meta tag in our search rank.” Boom! There you have it.

Optimization – WebContent.gov: Better websites. Better government.

Posted 17 September 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

  Very good articles and links all about Search Engine Optimization, part of a larger resource provided by the government, with areas for managing content, usability, design and how to improve your website. Optimization – WebContent.gov: Better websites. Better government.

What’s Yahoo’s “Plan B” For Search?

Posted 13 September 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | No Comments

It doesn’t sounds like there is much of a “Plan B” in Yahoo’s playbook. This will throw the SEO world for a loop. Everyone is trying to formulate a strategy for the Microsoft-Yahoo search “merger” – and now the possibility that it may not happen at all. Search Engine Land’s Danny Sullivan outlines here how […]

Bruceclay.com.au – Google Caffeine – SEO Blog

Posted 10 September 2009 | By | Categories: SEO | 1 Comment

Good overview of Google Caffeine, basically the next generation Google – or at least the first step in an iterative process toward it. Caffeine will impact Google in terms of its index size, indexing speed, accuracy and comprehensiveness. You can access Google Caffeine for testing here: http://www2.sandbox.google.com/ Bruceclay.com.au – Google Caffeine – SEO Blog