The DMOZ Propaganda

The Question Pretty much anyone who has dealt with DMOZ has most likely witnessed first hand the bizarreness that defines DMOZ. They invite submissions; but then quite often don’t review those submissions for 6 months, a year, or longer. They spend inordinate amounts of time tracking and recording the activities of former volunteer editors, and they maintain policies regarding editor …

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The Place of SEO in Internet Marketing

A year ago a client came to me. He had employed an SEO for approximately two years, and Internet sales were non-existent. He had top ranking on all the relevant keywords, and WebTrends held evidence of an impressive amount of traffic. “Why aren’t we moving the product?” he asked. I asked if he had ever considered retaining the services of …

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Principles of Banner Design

This article originally posted by JuggoPop on JuggoPop’s V7N Blog, which no longer exists. Principles of Banner Design (and some other stuff) Today I want to try and uncover what it takes to make a graphic banner ad worth its weight in clicks. Also, I want to explain my mindset used when designing banners. What makes a banner worth clicking? …

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DMOZ Review

The topic of DMOZ – a.k.a “The Open Directory Project – is a staple issue is SEO forums. Purely out of uninterested obligation, we will address some of the most legitimate complaints.

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