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Article Pick: SEO Guide to Ads Placem...

Article Pick: SEO Guide to Ads Placement
Ads placement remains a necessary evil for the user experience, threat to Google and marketing revenue darling. One of my favorite tasks for my old Cre8pc site was bringing attention to good works by people in the SEO and Usability industries. Continuing with that tradition, here is one of my favorite finds. An SEO Guide to Adsense, Ads and P [...]

Discussion Picks: Is SEO Ethical?

Discussion Picks: Is SEO Ethical?
What is SEO? Is SEO Ethical? Nearly 20 years later and the question remains a hot discussion topic. What is an SEO? Webmasterworld takes a fun frolick on the ethics, in Is All SEO Unethical?. My point was that all SEO except the purest WH, is unethical as it deliberately causes harm to other sites. For any SEO to work, the main goal is to kno [...]

This is Your Brain on the Web

SEO and Ethics
Remember the TV commercial that showed what your brain looks like when you take street narcotic drugs?  The splattered egg in a pan? Have you ever wondered what your brain looks like when trying to find something you want from a search engine?  In those cases, brains look like strawberries. Cognitive Behavior and How We Search the Web is a pi [...]

No. I Will NOT Respond to Your Disavo...

No. I Will NOT Respond to Your Disavow Link Paranoia.  Bug Off!
Google has created a circus of sad-faced SEO clowns jumping through hoops trying to get rid of “bad” links to their web sites. This is why I never ever chose to be a slave to search engines and chose the human side of the web experience over the algorithm changing lead-line approach where every site owner is pulled along under th [...]

Google’s New Hunting Target: Go...

Google’s New Hunting Target: Good Merchants vs Bad
Gather ye horses, trusty steeds, flask of whiskey and your Google bot dogs, for we have word of another fox in the rank-house and Matt Cutts has sounded the trumpets! Bad Merchant? Google May Drop Your Rankings Later This Year reports that  Matt Cutts signaled yet another blow to spammers and bad online businesses. Cutts said: We have a poten [...]

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