7 Ways To Rejuvinate Your Blog

You know how it is. You sit down to right something for your blog and nothing comes out. You don’t even know where to start or what topic you should be writing about. A few things come to mind, but you feel like you’ve already said everything you can about the subject. Maybe you end up not writing that day or you publish a post just for the sake of publishing. Sometimes you have a hard time generating ideas for your blog. It happens to all of us at one point or another. Lucky for us we have Darren Rowse who’s just finished a series on rediscovering your blogging groove.
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This Week In SEO – 7/20/07

Today’s This Week In SEO post is dedicated to my friend ‘H’ who’s celebrating a birthday today. Happy Birthday ‘H’ As always there’s a lot to get to, but first a reminder that not every post that catches my attention makes it here each Friday. This post might go on forever if it did instead of just seeming like it goes on forever. If for some reason you want even more links check out my profile on del.icio.us. You can find some of the links I didn’t get in here and some articles from weeks prior to this one that either just now found their way in front of me or I finally remembered to bookmark. Ok, ready for the posts from the week that was? I know I am.
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Stealing Customers Through Google Maps

Is it possible to steal customers looking for your competition in Google Maps? It not only appears as if you can, but it might be trivially easy and somewhat troubling that it’s possible. It’s also a good reason why it’s important to register your business with Google Maps and other local search services and have at the very least a single page website listing your company info.
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How Many Companies Can A Search Engine Buy?

It seems like every Friday when I’m putting together my This Week In SEO post a sizable chunk of the search engine news deals with acquisitions by the major engines. Via SEO Scoop I happened across this timeline of mergers and acquisitions for Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft, since 2001 and thought it interesting enough to share.
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How Do You Want Me To Handle Comments?

Matt McGhee posted the comment policy he uses on Small Business SEM in response to questions from his readers. I think Matt’s policy is generally a good one, but I wanted to ask what you thought and also ask how you’d like me to treat comments here.
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