• Laurie Sullivan, Oct 27, 2010, 10:29 AM
  • Google Gives SEO Advice To NonprofitsGoogle Webmaster Central Blog

    Google will offer SEO advice through the Webmaster Central blog. This "site clinic" will focus on nonprofit organizations, but the advice will likely benefit small business and government sites, too, according to the post. Nonprofits can submit their site for Google to use as an example. Submission instructions are posted on the site.Read the whole story...

  • Driving Traffic Through Yahoo AnswersSEOmozBlog

    Here's a post on how to drive more traffic to your Web site through Yahoo Answers. The key, of course, is to provide meaningful answers to questions. Yahoo awards points for answering question, especially if you're voted "best answer," and an answer that reaches 250 points allows you to include live links.Read the whole story...

  • Black Hat For Paid SearchSearch Engine Watch

    Gary-Adam Shannon once thought Google's paid search app, AdWords, was like an iron wall, impervious to hacks, and free from illegal, immoral, or just downright dirty stuff. Turns out, it isn't. In fact, Shannon explains how easy it is to get almost anything listed in AdWords ads. He runs down AdWords no-nos and tells us how to get around the walls. Let's see how long this lasts once Google gets wind of the holes in AdWords.Read the whole story...

  • How Google Instant Is Influencing ElectionsSearch Engine Journal

    Google Instant, which suggests popular search strings, is making it harder for politicians to hide their indiscretions, says Zach Matthews. In fact, "the Republican candidate for Governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal, may very well be the first politician to lose an election in part because of a search-string suggestion." Matthews explains in full.Read the whole story...