Tag Archives: Search Engines

What Social Networks Work For You?

Being a Social Creature, I love social networking.  O.K, so  I love networking and meeting new people and although it takes time, so do business mixers and generally developing business relationships. Effective Social Networking is really about managing my time appropriately.

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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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The Great Twitter & SEO Experiment so far

The Great Twitter & SEO Experiment so far

Here I am at about 2 weeks into my “great Twitter SEO experiment”. My summary so far is that whilst Twitter does provide extra Blog readers, the SEO effects of increasing link ranking in the Search Engines does not happen. To recap, I want to test the effect of using Twitter to get my blog [...]

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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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