This morning’s panel on duplicate content included representatives from Google, Yahoo!, Ask, and Microsoft. Each panelist brought some interesting perspective on the problem of duplicate content, along with strategies to fix those problems. There are several sources of duplicate content, including site structure, dynamic urls, … Read More
Blogging has proven itself to be more than just a way to speak your mind online. As companies like Weblogs, Inc and 9rules can attest to, it can also be a lucrative business. Even better, you don’t have to be a large company with several … Read More
Thanks t’ this handy Pirate Translator ’tis easier than ever t’ celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day. In th’ spirit o’ th’ day, we be sharin’ some o’ our fav’rit piratey diversions. Pirate.app fer th’ iPhone: Th’ picture speaks fer itself. We be finding this … Read More
After years of extensive research and months of statistical analysis, I was able to develop the quintessential list of blogger archetypes. This list contains every conceivable type of blogger in existence. If you read this list and you don’t find your blogger type, then you … Read More
There’s been a lot of buzz lately about link bait. Link bait is a term used for creating content that will get people to link to it. It’s not a new concept, but now it seems to have an semi-official term. Link bait is important, … Read More
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