SES San Jose 2009 Review: Extreme Makeover: Live Site Clinic While sitting in Mrs. Li’s keynote I did a quick Google News search on SES. What came back? A Vancouver local’s SEO website on Matt Cutts being added to the panel Read more →
SES San Jose 2009 Review: Morning Keynote: How to Prepare for the Future of Search Bright and early Thursday morning co-author of Groundswell: winning in a world transformed by social technologies, Charlene Li took to the stage to review her suggestions on how to prepare for the future of search. Starting with the past she showed the audience what Google… Read more →
SES San Jose 2009 Review: Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues After a good sleep at the Hilton San Jose, I wandered to the registration booth, got my Press Badge, and was on my way to the first session: Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues This panel had representation from all three main search engines: Bing, Google and Yahoo. But… Read more →
SES San Jose 2009 Review: Keynote: Nicholas Fox, Business Product Management Director, AdWords for Google I actually missed this Keynote but you can find it in its entirety on Webmaster Radio. Enjoy! Read more →
When Michael Jackson died on June 25th, 2009 the majority of online users didn’t turn to Google to find the latest news, they went to the micro-blogging site Twitter.
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While on the hunt to find ways to add to my company’s profile on LinkedIn I noticed a new link in the top right hand corner: “Interested in a premium account profile?”–why I might just be. After scanning a few “quick PDF’s” on what the premium account is I was confused more then ever, so I just filled out the… Read more →