This Week In SEO – 9/28/07

Danny Sullivan turned 42 this week, the same age as me I might add, and Google turned 9. Matt provides Google’s horoscope for the coming months based on their September 27th birth date. Any other week either would be enough for this post’s dedication. But not this weekend. This Week In SEO takes its name from the popular Mel Allen show “This Week In Baseball,” and given this is the last weekend of the regular season, baseball gets the dedication. In particular the National League where 15 games over the next three days will determine the October fate of 7 teams.

As always there’s plenty to get to and more at my del.icio.us profile. Now on with the show.
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How To Use MyBlogLog As A Branding Tool

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A couple of days ago I asked if MyBlogLog was still relevant to the SEO community. The response to the question was pretty much as expected with people not really using MBL as much as they might have a few months ago. I still use the site and thought I’d explain why I still log and and out of MyBlogLog most days and how I see it as beneficial for my blog.
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Google Video: Privacy And Personalized Search

Early last month the Google Blog released a video regarding privacy. On Monday they released a second video this time specifically discussing privacy as it pertains to personalized search.
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Is MyBlogLog Still Relevant?

Late last week MyBlogLog updated their sign in process to require you to use your Yahoo ID when logging into the system. What surprised me most about the change was how it seemingly went unnoticed or unreported in the SEO community. I’m curious if you still use MyBlogLog and how relevant you think it is as a social site?
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Are You Worthy Of A $14,500 Dessert?

That’s the question a resort in Sri Lanka is asking, in offering the world’s most expensive dessert. You’re initial reaction to a $14,500 dessert is probably along the same lines as mine. You’re possibly wondering who would be dumb enough to think an after dinner treat is worth that much money. But the resort is not asking if “The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence” is worth $14,500. Of course it isn’t. No dessert is. What the resort is asking in typical Seth Godinese is are you worthy of this dessert that costs $14,500.
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