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MAY 13, 2009 The Long Tail and Social Media
The long tail has recently become a major buzzword both in business and online. The long tail concept is rather abstract, so it can help to look at concrete examples. Let’s look at examples from my blogging experience. The Long Tail of the Search. I started publishing Online Social Networking in November 2007, and I installed Google Analytics to monitor, analyze and track traffic to my website.
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MAY 4, 2009 Content Networks are the New Blogs | chrisbrogan.com
chrisbrogan.com Home About Speaking Rockstars Newsletters Contact Best Of Content Networks are the New Blogs May 10, 2006 · Comments A recent study has come out saying that the average regular internet user visits around seven sites regularly. They may surf over 100 or 1000 sites a week, but as far as faithful standby sites go, people stick to about seven.
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MAY 11, 2009 The Future of the Media: Something More Than Worthless News
BLOG The Future of the Media: One More Time. N early 15 years ago I was asked to give a speech at a conference of Canadian mainstream media types and 'content aggregators'. I quoted Marshall McLuhan ("Information is always trying to be free") and told them that, in 15 years, if they didn't change, they would be extinct.
WWW.LABNOL.ORG Find the Date When a Web Page was First Published on the Internet
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2009
Find the Date When a Web Page was First Published on the Internet There are basically three different dates associated with any "public" web page that’s available on the Internet: 1. The publication date - this is the date when a web page or a website is first uploaded on to a public web server so that human beings and search spiders can find and read that page. The discovery date - this is the date when search engine spiders first discover a web page on the Internet. MORE >>
- 10 Ways to Diagnose a Google Penalty
Search Engine Journal Subscribe via RSS or email: 10 Ways to Diagnose a Google Penalty May 27th, 2009 by Ann Smarty | 9 Comments An interesting thread on WebmasterWorld forums discusses ways to diagnose a possible Google penalty. If you suspect your site / URL is being filtered out / penalized (e.g. MORE >>
- Greatest Linkbuilding Story Ever Told
Search Engine Journal Subscribe via RSS or email: Greatest Linkbuilding Story Ever Told May 6th, 2009 by Robert Enriquez | 39 Comments My philosophy is that if the link gets indexed in Google then it is a really good back link. Those that get indexed higher have more quality. Those that get indexed AND rank for your specific keyword are generally the best backlinks to have. I use Firefox with the SEO for Firefox plugin to help weed out backlinks. MORE >>
WIEP.NET Indispensable Link Building Tools | Wiep.net
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Home About Wiep In Dutch Services Contact May 27 Indispensable Link Building Tools DIY Link Building A good link building toolbox is invaluable. Some tools provide extra information or insights, while others point you to possible new link targets. Using a combination of various tools can without a doubt lead to analysis paralysis, but the right set of tools (and no more!) can put you in the right link building direction. MORE >>
SEARCHENGINELAND.COM Does Including A Physical Address On Your Website Help Rankings?
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First Time Visit? Start Here! Home News Features Columns How To Newsletters & Feeds Members Only Events Community About Us MEMBER LOGIN > | BECOME A MEMBER > Column: 100% Organic Does Including A Physical Address On Your Website Help Rankings? MORE >>
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