on-page search optimization is as valuable as ever, even as definitions and strategies for off-page seo are in flux
if you have multiple cloud accounts and have problems remembering exactly where you saved that video clip for a project or the backup for your blog, cloudkafe is a good option for managing cloud storage organization – with an important caveat.
I will no longer re-blog whole posts on my posterous site. it obscures authorship and transparency
social media is based on shared content. sometimes the definition of sharing can get a little vague, especially regarding attribution
a post in which I stop and smell roses. you know that three second rule about how much time a website has to grab the visitor’s attention? with google reader, divide that by a hundred. sometimes I’m so “focused” I don’t even read all the words in the headline. but at what aesthetic cost?
great content? essential.
creating said content? challenging.
herein some tips on making it a little easier. it all starts with google reader…
the social media gospel preaches ‘teach, don’t sell.’ how does this play for clients whose business is selling? how do we balance the desire for quick results with longer term objectives?
so I have three blogs now. given that my original blog still has that new car smell, am I being disloyal in test driving alternative transportation? allow me to explain.
fans of lifehacker.com, especially those of the male persuasion, drew a heavy sigh of disappointment earlier this year when founding editor gina trapani announced her departure. lifehacker assured readers that gina would still be posting regularly, and happily that has come to pass. nice to have you back, gina.
a love letter to slate.com. deep thinking and the grateful dead, too!