Category Archive for: ‘V7N Topics’

Mahalo: Jason Calacanis Launches A Directory

Biggest non-secret in the search industry – Jason Calacanis launches a new human powered search service called Mahalo. A directory, in other words. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I like directories. I run a few of my own. I’m not sure what I was expecting. Something new, perhaps. What we’ve got is crossed with Yahoo Directory. It …

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Matt Cutts Mostly Links To Himself. And Google.

Very cool analysis. Matt keeps the link love in-house. And sleeps between 2.00am and 7am. Apparently. More interesting analysis of top blogs, and linking structure, here. “Engadget: So, here are the major takeaways: Engadget is very big. Damn big, infact. I use too many infacts. They got more about 100,000 comments in a single month by giving away, among other …

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Tropical SEO

I’m really enjoying this blog by Andy Hagans. If you’re and SEO and you’re not reading it already, you should. He waxes eloquently about SEO and entrepreneurialism. Anyone who runs their own business can relate to these stories, and anyone who is thinking of going into business for themselves can get an insight into what they’re in for: “My younger …

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Facebook Platform A Brilliant Move

Facebook opened up to all a while back. I joined. Usually, these contact networks leave me cold. The business contact networks are a bit too…business-y…..and MySpace is a glitter-covered mess. Facebook sits somewhere in the middle. It proves the value of usability. It’s easy, transparent, and does what it says on the box. It’s also a hugely, hugely powerful revenue …

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Twitter Sucks

I’m glad Nick Wilson said it, but I was thinking the exact same thing….. Twitter sucks. Great idea. Doesn’t work. It’s slow, it loses posts, it goes down more regularly than a….insert inappropriate prostitute joke here. I was beginning to wonder why Nick loved it so. I was beginning to think he was a masochist. I’ve followed Nick’s lead and …

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Adsense Monitoring

Interesting post on the Adsense Blog. They’re asking webmasters not to advise Google if they accidentally click on an ad. Google claim to already know you’ve done so, and have discounted it. “As most of you know, our program policies state that publishers are not permitted to click on their own ads for any reason. For this reason, we’ve received …

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