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WebmasterRadio’s SEO 101 Program

WebmasterRadio’s SEO 101 Program

Update: After just three short weeks of co-hosting the program alongside Ross Dunn, I’ve resigned as a host and wish the program the best of luck. My plans for 2009 continue to become more exciting. I just got word back from Ross Dunn, and the folks at WebmasterRadio.FM have made it official… I’ll be Ross’ new co-host on the SEO 101 program that airs each Monday at 5:00PM ET. What is SEO 101? SEO 101 is weekly program that speaks…

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Google SEMMY Award Nomination

Google SEMMY Award Nomination

Last year Matt McGee and others involved in the SEMMY Awards nominated one of my writings for award consideration. I just got an email that for the second straight year, I’ve produced something that the SEMMY judges feel is valuable. Right now, my article and project on Google Sitelinks is available under the heading of Google – All 2009 Nominees. Keep an eye on the SEMMY Awards as judges will now begin to limit the fields of nominees down before…

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Project Jump Start Participation

Project Jump Start Participation

I haven’t been blogging much, but did want to quickly cover Project Jump Start and why I’m choosing to be involved. Our industry can suck sometimes. There’s a lot of finger pointing, calling out, name calling and veiled disrespect thrown around daily. I’ve both contributed to and been the focus of that nonsense. As I learn more each day, actions speak louder than words. Rather than sit back and watch the community attack itself, I’ve chosen to be involved with…

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Free Analytics and User Demographics from Quantcast

Free Analytics and User Demographics from Quantcast

If you’re looking for a free way to learn more about your visitors’ demographics, I’ve got a pretty simple (and free) solution for you. Quantcast. And while this isn’t a new tool at all, it was new to me a couple months back when I began testing it out. Around 2 months or so and I was checking out the Advertising Page on BBGeeks. Shortly thereafter, I saw that Sugarrae had the Quantcast code on her blog, too. I thought…

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Tynt: Stealing Site Owner’s Content & Refuses to be Blocked? (See Also Tynted.net)

Tynt: Stealing Site Owner’s Content & Refuses to be Blocked? (See Also Tynted.net)

If you’ve seen Tynt, you may think it’s cool.  That is of course if you’re a 10th grader and your parents are hip enough to let you on something other than MySpace or Facebook. The trouble is, Tynt is a straight up invasion of site owner content.  They’re re-purposing all of your hard work and letting anyone – yes, ANYONE – go in there and mark things up as they’d like. Like many others concerned about Tynt, I’m testing out…

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Internet Marketer’s Charity Party at SES San Jose

Internet Marketer’s Charity Party at SES San Jose

While I’m not out in San Jose I did want to send my best wishes along to Todd Malicoat and the organizers of tonight’s Internet Marketer’s Charity Party at SES San Jose.  The event is an absolute must attend for anyone at SES, as it combines a great networking opportunity with a great crowd of people — all interested in benefiting a wonderful cause. A $40 donation is required for attendance into the party tonight – but if you’re not…

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