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Can a Website Have Too Much SEO?
…and what the hell is ‘over-optimization’? Personally, I think Matt Cutts and the Google Webspam team have waaaay too much power [which means you’ll probably never see this post!]. Watch any videos of him speaking about how the Google Webspam team treats specific technical issues and I think you’ll see what I mean. Struggling with … Continue reading Can a Website Have Too Much SEO?
5 Cool Tools for Archiving Social Media Posts
Tammy Kahn Fennell has a nice post here: Whether you’re actively posting or just browsing through your social streams, things move pretty fast. A post is often there one minute and gone the next. With hundreds of millions of status updates and tweets sent every day, finding them later is next to impossible. Here are … Continue reading 5 Cool Tools for Archiving Social Media Posts
A 3-Step Process for Painless Keyword Research
Beth Hayden @ CopyBlogger has a great post I’d like to share with you…
3 things you must do to get the most ‘bank’ for your Twitter ‘buck’…
Sometimes, I think I post more about how much I love Twylah than the folks at Twylah do. Whether that's true or not, I'm a huge fan and the main reason why is Twylah is the only social networking tool I know of that actually adds Search Engine Optimization [SEO] to your domain simply by … Continue reading 3 things you must do to get the most ‘bank’ for your Twitter ‘buck’…
3.5 tools for effective content marketing in the #SocialEra
Ever heard of the Pareto Principle? Mostly likely you have but may not know it by that name. "The Pareto principle (also known as the 80–20 rule, the law of the vital few, and the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes." In … Continue reading 3.5 tools for effective content marketing in the #SocialEra
Getting Things Done [GTD] for blogging and bloggers
Personally? I think curation is one of the best ways to supplement the original thinking on my blog. Here are some thoughts on curation in the blogging process...
10 Simple Tips to Becoming a Better Blogger
Jeff Bullas has some interesting thoughts on how to become a better blogger...
Content Curation: A Poor Substitute for Original Content?
I think someone must have peed in David Meerman Scott's cornflakes...