• Laurie Sullivan, Nov 23, 2010, 5:42 PM
  • Finding SEO Answers In 1980s MusicSearch Engine Guide

    Everything Stoney deGeyter knows about SEO he learned in the 1980s, though at the time no commercial Internet existed. So he's taking a reflective look back, cued by the title of songs from some well-known rock 'n rollers. For example, deGeyter writes he always seems to run into people who read a little about SEO and think "It's So Easy" (Guns N Roses). And "What It Takes" (Aerosmith) to perform SEO correctly is more than just a basic understanding of how search engines work. Get the picture?Read the whole story...

  • Another Dot-Com Bubble's Growing, According To Venture CapitalistsSecond Shares

    Jay Gould tells us how and why the Internet bubble has begun to expand. Company valuations for a variety of companies, from search engines to social networks, have begun to skyrocket -- and Gould tells us what that means for startups. Technology has begun its third phase, spurred on by smartphones and social graphs. He also explains why companies are choosing not to go public.Read the whole story...

  • What Every SEO Should KnowSEOmozBlog

    Rand Fishkin updates his list of questions qualifying SEOs seeking to charge for consulting services -- they should be able to correctly answer most, if not all of them. Those hiring a new SEO professional or seeking interview questions for someone to bring onto the team can also use the list. The questions include: Name six tools or sources that will display a list of external URLs linking to a Web page. And, how can an SEO positively influence the ratio of pages a search engine will crawl and index on a Web site? Fishkin plans to post answers to ...Read the whole story...