Archive | August, 2008

The Washington Post Needs to Check The Facts

There is currently a crisis emerging in mainstream media. It is called, we don’t check the facts or seek quotes from other parties in the know on a subject to see if it is correct or not before we publish. Don’t get me wrong, Sarah Halzack’s article, “Marketing Moves to the Blogosphere” is actually filled […]

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Open Question for SES San Jose Day 1- Facebook Internal Search Optimization

For those in attendance at SES San Jose and SEOmoz PRO Training this week, does anyone know anyone who has done any detailed testing on optimizing Facebook for people doing internal searches on Facebook? Please feel free to comment or reply if you have figured this arena out yet. As Facebook continues to grow in […]

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SES San Jose Day 1 – Video Search Optimization

I unfortunately arrived towards the end of Greg Jarboe’s speech and the next two speakers didn’t say anything that I hadn’t already stated in my Youtube Video Optimization blog post form earlier this year. I’d strongly urge anyone who attended this session to take a look at this posting.

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At SES San Jose / Silicon Valley 2008 Day 1

I had a flawless trip in from Chicago on Southwest Airlines (with a bunch of people with Dell computers with flaws – mostly dvd and hinge problems) and am here staying with my good friend David Temple during Search Engine Strategies San Jose. It’s a kinda different show this year in both the crowd and […]

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My First Exposure To ifbyphone

Last week, Andy Abramson from Communicano invited me to an intimate breakfast that included developers from multiple countries, executives from ifbyphone,fonolo and venture capitalists. Wonderful food, content and people made for an outstanding conversation! During Cluecon, I was able to drop in and catch Irv Shaprio’s speech, what follows are my live blogging notes of […]

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Top Digg Users Show Wide Variance In Participation

Everyone knows that Digg users are highly social and many are familiar with the traditional ranking of popular posts and other data that is available on (data used in this post is as of 8/3/2008). Just for fun, I decided to toss this data into a spreadsheet and splice and dice it a bit […]

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