Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2006’

Are You A Search-Massage Consultant?

I don’t know about you, but for me, that description conjures up some weird visual imagery. Someone going by the name of “John Scott” gets a write up here about some contest he is running. Apparently, “The young, geeky types who are behind this enhanced way of boosting a Web site’s Google juice let off steam with practical jokes, including …

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Textbook SEO Dead?

Is textbook SEO dead? Some of the best minds in SEO posting there, so forgive the long-winded posts.

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SEO is Fun

Occasionally a business or website owner will drop by the V7N forums and ask, “who is the best SEO?” I am rarely willing to endorse one SEO as “the Best SEO“. And, honestly, I do not know who the best is. Some of the better known SEO’s are better known because they talk at SES and Pubcon. But that would …

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SES Toronto Photographs

Shoemoney has published a few photos of SES Toronto.

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Google Growing Fast. Yahoo! Even Faster…

Nielsen/NetRatings released data showing that search engine use is growing. “…Google, continuing on its expansion aims and new product features, had its search-engine use in March 2006 grow 41 percent from last March’s figure….Google search was used 2.9 billion times this past March, compared to 2.06 billion times the previous March” Yahoo! also had very good figures: “One of Google’s …

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MSN Lagging Behind

MSN search is lagging behind, with only a 9% share of the search market: “MSN Search achieved only a nine per cent share of the US search market in March according to new figures released by Nielsen Netratings. The numbers put MSN Search in a poor third place in a search market dominated by the big two”. It’s a shame, …

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