Blog entries posted in: SEO Lifestyle

Bad Things Happen to SEO Overoptimizers

SEO genius Rand Fishkin over at SEO Moz has some thoughts about “overdoing” SEO, what it looks like, and how to avoid it. Continue reading

Zemanta, EightFold Logic, Whitespark, and MyBlogGuest – 4 Great New Linkbuilding Services

Rand Fishkin over at SEOmoz really knows his stuff and he’s taken some time to highlight what he believes are four of the best new linkbuilding services around. In no particular order they are Zemanta, MyBlogGuest, Eightfold Logic and WhiteSpark. Continue reading

Location-Based Social Networking for Events & Conferences – An Interview with Foursquare

Posted by Sam Crocker

Hi there folks!

Today we are going to take a look into Foursquare and, more specifically, we’re going to check out how to use it for events and conferences and uncover some of the answers to the questions that aren’t as easily avilable through the Foursquare site.

Quick Background on Foursquare

So, we’re not going to waste too much time on an introduction to Foursquare, because hopefully you’ve already been focussing on ways to incorporate this into your marketing plan. The implications for any business with a storefront or actual address are fairly straightforward, though the implications for online brands are a bit more difficult to tap into.

It’s Not just for Stalking! (Image via: Geek and Poke)

I had originally prepared a post dedicated to Foursquare and its impact on local and small businesses, however it seems SEO Doctor was one step ahead of me … Read the rest

SEOmoz releases their SEO toolbar for Google Chrome!

Danny Dover over at SEOmoz is really excited about the introduction of SeoMoz’s Google Chrome Toolbar. We’ve summarized his introduction for you here in case you’d like to download it yourself to use with your SEO web hosting products.

The SEO toolbar for Google Chrome is here, and it’s full of timesaving tools and helpful applications. And the best part is it’s free from SEOmoz!

People have been asking for this product for some time now, so SEOmoz worked to make sure they were putting out a quality toolbar. It works much like the Firefox toolbar that displays at the top of the page, but may be dropped to the bottom as well.

Useful Features…

1.SEO SERP Overlay

This tool offers the most useful link data without being in the way of the page. Want to see which results are getting linked the most? Open Site Explorer has a … Read the rest