Refutes Dave Pasternack’s assertion that “SEO is a one-time fix.”
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Wikipedia places rel=nofollow on external links to discourage spam.
To be on the safe side, it is advisable to only use white hat SEO techniques.
One issue for people doing SEO for their sites is which directories to submit to. We all know about DMOZ and Yahoo. Unfortunately, getting listed in DMOZ is difficult, as in many cases one cannot even submit a URL. Getting listed in Yahoo directory will require you to spend $299 upon submission to get reviewed, […]
Rand has a posting on SEO salaries in SEOMoz Blog. In the post, he listed average salaries for various SEO positions for both in-house and agency. His numbers appear to be on target, although the range he gave is quite large. And because it’s impossible to provide numbers for every metro area in the world, […]
Danny Sullivan announced his plans for 2007 in his blog today. In short, he will participate in next year’s SES conferences, although in a decreasing role with each one (chair of SES NY in April 2007, co-chair of SES SJ in August 2007, and consulting for SES Chicago in December 2007). For Search Engine Watch, […]
The default WordPress page titles for single-post pages are usually not in a very SEO-friendly form.Â For example, in the template I am using, the title for a single post looks like: TopCat Blog Â» Blog Archive Â» Converting from Blogger to WordPress. This is not good for SEO because the title of the post […]
Here are the 5 blogs that I visit regularly, in alphabetical order: Aaron Wall’s SEO Book This blog is focused on the search engines and the SEO world. Aaron usually makes some pretty good points. Danny Sullivan’s Blog Danny’s personal blog, where he talks about search engines as well as anything that comes to his […]