This Week In SEO – 3/16/07

It’s Friday and that means another installment of “This Week In SEO.” Some of you may know why I specifically chose “This Week In SEO” as a name for these link posts, but I’m guessing most of you may not. The title fits naturally enough as the links are all from the week since the last post and with a few exceptions here and there will all be about something SEO related. But there’s a little more to it. I’m a very big baseball fan and grew up watching the Mel Allen show weekend mornings called “This Week In Baseball.” The reference to the show was an obvious choice for me. And now on to the links and the articles from this week in seo.
Continue reading

Google Takes Steps To Protect Privacy

Yesterday Google took a step in the right direction when it comes to protecting our privacy. Expected to be implemented before the end of the year Google will begin anonymizing the search data it collects so it can no longer be identified with any individual user, after 18-24 months. This is a good step, but does it go far enough?
Continue reading

Is A Blog Post Ever Finished?

Today I came across an interesting post by Joshua Porter of bokardo.com. The post, 9 Lessons for Would-be Bloggers, as you might expect from the title are some lessons Joshua has learned in his years of blogging. Darren Rowse has a follow up piece, Lessons from the Heart for Would-be Bloggers, at ProBlogger. While I’m not planning on talking in depth about each point there’s a theme running through a few of the points I would like to discuss.
Continue reading

Get More Link Data Out Of Google Webmaster Tools

Have you been using the link data Google now provides through Webmaster Tools? Do you wish Google provided even more information? I know I do. Well Google hasn’t made any changes to the tool, but thanks to Joost de Valk you can now pull a little more data from all those links Google is reporting.
Continue reading

This Week In SEO – 3/9/07

Every week I’ve been more and more amazed at how many links I collect in order to bring you this post. If I’ve counted correctly I’ve gathered 45 links here. That’s after dropping about 25 additional links in an effort not to be too overwhelming. Is it a good amount of links? Would less work better? Would more be fine?

This week I’ve grouped links into four popular topics, Social Media, Blogging, Personalized and Local Search, and general Search Engine News. Any topics you’d particularly like to see covered or should I continue to group them as I have been?
Continue reading

css.php