Do You Prefer Full Or Partial Feeds?

Since the day I began posting on my blog I’ve always published partial feeds of my content. I’ll be honest in that I don’t remember why I made the decision originally, though I suspect it had something to do with not wanting all my content scraped and republished. Until an hour ago I had always thought the partial feed decision was the best way to go. Then I read a single post and did a little research and I now think I may have been wrong all this time.
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Can You Create A Successful Website On A Small Budget?

Yuri thinks so and wrote a post last week entitled Create a small business website on a small budget to tell you what you need to think about if you want to get it done.

Here’s the basic checklist of what you should be doing:
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The Best Laid Plans…Still Require Timing

Sometimes you can have what you think is a great idea and still fail to profit from it due to a lack of timing. It happened to me a few days ago.
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SEO Implications For Personalized Search

A couple of days ago I wrote about my reservations with personalized search. I even called it dangerous. Most people won’t have reservations, though. In fact it’s unlikely the majority of people will ever realize they’re getting search results tailored to them. Like it or not personalized search is here and here to stay and it’s time to start discussing what the implications of personalized search are for SEOs in the days ahead?
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Google Link Data Is Back

Since I did a little Google bashing yesterday when asking is personalized search dangerous?, I thought I’d throw a little love Google’s way tonight. On Monday Webmaster Central added a link tab to their reporting, which shows the data we’ve all been wanting the link: command to show for years. Even more it’s showing links in a more useful way than the link: command ever did.
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