There is a lot of malware spam on twitter at the moment. I’m getting between 100-500 Direct Messages (DMs) a day from compromised accounts. They say things like: “i made $426.23 online today with” “I make money online with google. i learned how here” “this you here” “hey can you do me a favor? take […]
For today’s article, I decided to take a break from my usual format and point you in the direction of 5 recent articles that I think will greatly help you improve your presence online: 8 Essential Apps For Your Facebook Page If you have a facebook page (see my previous post for why you should […]
Mike discusses the first 3 places online you should focus on if you’re just starting to build your online presence.
Review of IntenseDebate – a great wordpress plugin to spice up your comment forms.
Consistently try to add value. Don’t tweet just to see the sound of your voice. And don’t try to pretend you’re a celebrity. You aren’t. Even if you were, no-one cares that you’re going to bed now or you’re just getting up.
Review of plugins to improve your self-hosted wordpress experience. These are all tested with several themes on Wordpress 2.7.1 and have passed with flying colors.
I know I’m not alone in not wanting to send people a link to http://www.example.com/recommends/this?aff=xyz&tid=95&id=42 (don’t bother going there, I made it up). So I use free services like tinyurl.com and hopurl.com to make them easier to handle. However, last week I was in the middle of promoting a major product launch and I found […]
In writing the Death of NoFollow post, I came across a great post by Dixon Jones on how to go about removing the automatic nofollowing of comments in WordPress. Going noFollow free in the comments raises several issues, the chief of which is spam. That ugly thing where low-life types try to take advantage of […]
One of the central pillars of SEO until now has been the html “nofollow” tag. It is used to direct “link juice” to flow where you want it to. Many people in SEO (including myself) are liberal users of this tag. It ties in with the whole PageRank debate and whether PageRank is relevant anymore. […]
Google has been fairly sloppy in updating its Page Rank in the last two years or so, leading many to believe the Page Rank bar (that little green bar that you’d see if Google Toolbar was enabled) was broken. It seems that they have now updated the PR bar again after only two months. If […]