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The little guy often loses. As market niches get saturated, the winners are typically those with the deepest pockets. Up until the last few years, the little guy has been able to prosper with SEO. The little guy didn’t face … Continue reading
Worth a click, and full of cautionary reminders 😀 Categories: yahoo
Not that long ago I highlighted how infographics were largely being destroyed as a link building tool by some unscrupulous folks who were offering to pay people to host the infographics to their sites – in a sense making the … Continue reading
On the 22nd of October Google had an indexing issue and a separate algorithmic change. Some of the sites associated with the indexing glitch quickly came back, whereas others seemed like they were hosed for weeks and headed toward the … Continue reading
Ben Edelman did it again 🙂 This time he highlighted how Google hard codes their search results: [When] we roll[ed] out Google Finance, we did put the Google link first. It seems only fair right, we do all the work … Continue reading
Interesting little snippet from Mr Cutts: “Matt recommends SEOs do not “chase the algorithm” and instead try to predict where Google will be going in the future”. Matt was addressing PubCon. Good advice, methinks. Trying to predict where Google is … Continue reading