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Archive for December 2005

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The Basics of SEO – Some FAQs

Written by Glenn Murray and published in SEO News Search engine optimization (SEO) is a foreign field to a lot of people. Rarely does a day go by when I don’t get asked a few questions on the subject. So I’ve decided to post this FAQ article in the hopes that it will help people […]

What's an Ookle?

Written by Jason L Miller and published in WebProNews Former Feedster CTO Scott Johnson has a new mistress. Her name is Ookle. Less than a week after his sudden exodus from Feedster, Johnson and Australian IM buddy Michael Air (yes, he’s never met him in person) have set up, a stealth mode webpage with […]

SEO For The Big Three

Written By Dave Davies and published in Ranking your website highly on one of the “big three” search engines (Google, Yahoo or MSN) is a daunting task let alone ranking your website highly on all three. Three engines, three algorithms, three different sets of rules – and yet there are websites out there that […]

Purchasing Links for Pagerank

Written by Mark Daoust and published in SiteProNews It nevër ceases to amaze me how one company (Google) can literally support hundreds, if not thousands, of other companies and industries. What I am referring to hëre is the unbelievable number of sub-industries that have developed around every nuance of Google or the other search engines. […]

Wireless Router & Security: A Step-By-Step Guide

Written by Brian Medini and published in SiteProNews Setting up a wireless router is easy. Essentially you turn your cable or DSL modem off and your wireless router on. Then, you connect the router to the modem with a cable, and turn the modem back on. You are more or less done. The wireless network […]

Weird Elevators, Syndispheres, & Keynotes

Written by David Utter and published in Doc Searls wrapped up his Syndicate Conference in a keynote that discussed the Live Web of content, and some strange elevators in New York’s Marriott Times Square property. Only in California. WebProNews publisher Rich Ord sent along notes from Doc Searls’ closing keynote at the Syndicate Conference, […]

The Power Of Marketing Podcasts

Written By Robert Moment and published in WebProBusiness If you’ve used the Internet at all this year, you’ve probably heard of podcasting. It’s the one word that’s almost guaranteed to come up in discussions of small business marketing, and with good reason too: podcasting has become more and more popular over the past 12 months, […]

Blogs Can Help Ebay Affiliates

Written by David Utter and published in A lot of people write blogs and place affiliate links on their sites, and we have a few suggestions to help make them work better. It’s easy enough to create a blog and toss some affiliate links into the blog’s site template. Creating posts every day proves […]

The SEO Snowball Effect

Written by James Anderson and published in WebProNewsUK SEO can seem like a long hard slog with little to no reward at times. Your mind often racing, constantly thinking about keyword phrases, H1 tags and links as you lay in bed trying to catch a few winks. Six months down the line your SEO efforts […]

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