Just got back from the SEOMoz training seminar in Seattle and my mind is completely blown. I got tons of new ideas for on-page and off-page SEO. Nothing was beginner stuff, it was all advanced SEO tips and tactics. I would HIGHLY recommend this seminar to anyone who’s been in the game a minute and … [Read more…]
Want your brand name in your shortened URLs instead of the brand name of the URL shortening company? Here are three factors to consider for SEO. 1. redirects Make sure your shortener creates a 301 and not a 302 or 200 2. analytics All else being equal analytics are better than no analytics 3. keywords … [Read more…]
I’ve joined Twitter. Still not totally sure how it works but if you’re curious I’m @cathyreisenwitz.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/09/AR2010070904048.html Cute story about an old journalist who doesn’t like the intrusion of the internet into his sacred newsroom. The story would be tired, but the writer made if fresh and funny. And I love the headline tie-in. Being a journalism major and SEO, I’m fascinated by how much trouble the journalism industry has had … [Read more…]
So I bought a domain two years ago, birminghamseoexperts.com, that I hoped to rank for the term “Birmingham SEO.” I optimized the content and did some comment link building (mostly nofollows of course) but never could get above the 4th page or so of results. Then I kind of broke it and then forgot about … [Read more…]
Something dawned on me while I was reading about the failure of standardized testing to improve the quality of public education. Testing is an attempt to use means other than the market to perform a market role. Think about it. How does the market ensure quality? It puts producers in competition with each other in … [Read more…]
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In a Firedoglake article on corporatism the author quotes FDR: Liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than their democratic state itself. This is a classic misunderstanding. People seem to think that the public and private sectors are at … [Read more…]
Mortimer Jordan High School principal Barbara Snider quoted in the North Jefferson News: “It certainly seems like it would be a boom to Alabama to have charter schools and the good things that come with them,” she said. Yes, a big boom indeed.
I just love these guys. “It would be easy to blame the restaurant owners. What is with these people and why can’t they at least have a clean restroom? But reacting this way would be unjust. The hidden hand behind this unsanitary calamity is the US government.”