Archive for January, 2010
We all know that blogs can be great spider food for search engines because of their regularly updated content, but there are a few SEO techniques to keep in mind to give your blog the ability to reach its full SEO potential.
Just 24 years into the era of the iPad, Steve Jobs’ newest toy has been introduced to resounding applause, been lauded for its beauty, and been called “a photojournalist’s dream machine,” but questions remain.
Why they overlooked a tech-centric city like Austin in lieu of San Antonio is beyond me, but Twitter made a huge move yesterday when they announced the roll-out of Local Trends.
Think you’re the cat’s meow when it comes to Google’s webmaster tools?
We’re always impressed with the wealth of tools you can pick up through Google Labs. Recently we’ve started to play around with Browser Size, a cool and simple gadget that allows you to visualize just how much of your site is being seen on first glance.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Twitter lists can definitely be used for SEO purposes; they’re are just as spiderable as any other url, so it is possible for one to appear on a search engine results page. One of the most important things to [...]
With smart phones now able to do nearly everything a computer can do, search engines that rely heavily on pay-per-click ads for revenue – like Google – are having to adjust to the changing tides.