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Blogging, SEO and Twitter

Blogging, SEO and Twitter

On April 29, I reported that just using Twitter as a mechanism to increase your blogs rankings in the Search Engines wasn’t going to work, simply because the Twitter links are marked “No Follow”. So, to continue my SEO experiment, I left my blog running and turned on pinging services. The results are far more [...]

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Digging & Shouting, What’s The Deal?

A couple of days ago I wrote about an experiement being conducted by Chris Lang about the effects of “shouting” your own posts on Digg. At the time of writing, Chris suspected that shouting your own posts to your Digg friends actually caused Google to derank your information and not list your posts in the [...]

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Should You Digg & Shout Your Own Articles?

Whilst it sounds like a cool song title, it isn’t. Are you risking a “google slap” for practicing bad social techniques? Well, it must be Digg week! Imagine that. I logged in this morning and found this great Forum article on Social Authority Central by Chris Lang detailing an experiment he has been conducting with [...]

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VIDEO: Do You Digg It?

A few months ago, I posted about Web 2.0 and social networking. Yesterday, I received an email about Digg and how to use it. I figured, the best way to explain it, is to show it, so I started up Camtasia and recorded a presentation on how to use Digg to promote your sites.

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VIDEO: Husbands, Businesses and Internet Marketing!

A light hearted escape for this post. What happens when you are trying to record your weekly Podcast and your husband decides to that it might be “cool” to record a promotional video for his business, particularly focussing on the Google natural search results? Well, take a look and enjoy.

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Is Your Domain Registrar Using Tactics That Will Get You Banned By Google?

Seen in my trip around the blogosphere this morning, a tactic being used by NetSol that could well get its customers banned by Google. Are you affected? Take a look at the article linked above. In short, NetSol are using tactics to find wildcard subdomains for any domain that is using their DNS service, to [...]

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