Thursday, August 17, 2006

» An AdSense account does not exist for this login, as you have not yet completed an application. : Shoemoney Marketing Thoughts

Shoe had a issue with his password that could happen to anny one of us using adsense. Even if the fix is quick and easy, the whole google account logins tied to everything has been annoying me for sometime. Not only do I have my personal accounts, but I use alot of my clients logins when working with them. I find I am always having to be watchful about who I am logged in as when I go to do something. Espcially since they are keeping you logged in and logging search results under those id's. What if I have the need for midget porn at 3am and I havent logged out of my clients ID, do I really want it filed under them?

» An AdSense account does not exist for this login, as you have not yet completed an application.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

101 Ways to Build Link Popularity in 2006 : SEO Book.com

Aaron and Andy have put together a great in depth primer on building those links. There are several discussions about the major SE's devaluing links but until the web itself transforms into its next version I can't see it happening. Getting quality links to your site will always lead to a benefit.

101 Ways to Build Link Popularity in 2006 : SEO Book.com

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Google removes text link to Froogle

Google has decided finally that it is time to actually pay attention to its video product and it is doing it at the expense of its shopping engine that it never really developed. Froogle has been a source of sales for some of the clients I have worked with but with this new move I wonder if it will continue to be as lucrative. It seems that Google likes to play in lots of areas but never really expends alot of energy. I wonder if the Googlers on these side projects are like step children to the main program employees.




globeandmail.com : Google removes text link to Froogle

Monday, August 14, 2006

Tool: What it’s Worth to Rank in Google, Yahoo and MSN SEO Black Hat: SEO Blog

SEO Blackhat put up a tool using the released AOL data and a few other sources to show you the level of clicks you can expect in a given position for a term. Nice to see people putting the data to good use and going public with tools instead of keeping it to themselves. Quadszilla has great information forthose of you that haven't been around to his blog, I highly recommend it:

SEO Black Hat