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SEO Ranting

SEO 02.10.2011 Read more →
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The Google Instant Alphabet

Google made a big announcement today that they’re now using “instant” AJAX search results that change as you type your search query. There’s all sorts […]

SEO 09.08.2010 Read more →
Jason Calacanis Admits Defeat

Jason Calacanis Admits I’m Right

Jason Calacanis was nice enough to have me on his This Week in Startups show this week, and believe it or not, he admitted I […]

SEO 07.03.2010 Read more →
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Is Raven Building an Open Site Explorer Killer?

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Raven SEO Tools. So naturally, when they published a post earlier today promising a “Big Summer […]

SEO 04.16.2010 Read more →
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The Missing Link(s) – Small Business Link Building

I was privileged enough to be asked to speak to a group of small business owners at the Market St. Louis conference yesterday. I was […]

SEO 04.02.2010 Read more →
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Hunt the Raven

Raven SEO Tools has launched their second installment of the RavenHunt contest. If you remember, that’s the online scavenger hunt that I won to receive […]

SEO 03.30.2010 Read more →
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10% Discount on Search & Social Spring Summit

As a way of saying thank you to all the Team Bacon members, Search & Social has provided me with as 10% discount code that […]

SEO 03.18.2010 Read more →

You Stay Classy, Shoemoney

Over the past few years popular marketers have realized that the SEO crowd is a) pretty easy to stir up and b) ready to link […]

SEO 01.06.2010 Read more →

Moz Decision Making Flowchart

SEOmoz caused a stir this week by publishing a “study” that allegedly showed NoFollow tags were still effective in sculpting the flow of PageRank. This […]

SEO 12.30.2009 Read more →

Kevin Rose Admits Digg is “Taking Your Shit”

Update: Digg implemented changes earlier this week which drastically improves the Diggbar. Users who are not logged in to Digg (most importantly search engines) will no longer see the Diggbar, they will instead encounter a 301 redirect which is the SEO friendly way to redirect pages.

Kevin Rose, the founder of Digg.com does a videocast called Diggnation and just a couple weeks back he discovered that someone was framing HIS content. His reaction?

“Why is Truveo doing this? Holy shit they’re framing… oooh someone’s taking your shit”

(skip to 32:00)

In light of the much publicized release of the Diggbar, which essentially places a Digg frame around your content, the discussion beginning at the 32 minute would seem to be a bit embarrassing for the Digg founder.

SEO 04.14.2009 Read more →