Web Design

Friday Night Link-o-rama

Friday Night Link-o-rama

No link lyric again tonight. I’m listening to the SEO Rockstars podcast. Todd and Greg are on a roll about stupid Web 2.0 technologies. Great stuff. So, let’s get to the links…. The paid links discussion doesn’t seem to want to end. Couple good posts on the subject this week, starting with Graywolf’s The Paid [...]

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Friday Night Link-o-rama

Friday Night Link-o-rama

All I want for Christmas is a one-way link, a one-way link, a one-way link…. If you’re trying to learn SEO by yourself, read up on what’s going on at Search Engine College, one of the SEO training classes I reference in my “Big Ideas for Small Sites & Small Budgets” presentations at SES. It’s [...]

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SES Chicago 06: Flash and Search Engines

Filed in Conferences/Educ., SEO, Web Design by Matt McGee on December 6, 2006 5 Comments
SES Chicago 06: Flash and Search Engines

Here are my notes from the Wednesday, 11 am session titled “Flash and Search Engines.” We’re in the same room as we were for the “Images and Search Engines” session, but there are about 3x the people in attendance. Shari Thurow, Grantastic Designs * for those who must do Flash sites, link development will be [...]

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Some things are too good…

Filed in Web Design by Matt McGee on November 13, 2006 0 Comments
Some things are too good…

… to wait for the Friday night link roundup. Here’s one: Your Customer and You, by Roy H. Williams. In 2007, your website will need to deliver: Information. Clarity. Truth. Your website should be a window into the soul of your company: 1. Anticipate your customer’s question. This is why you must embrace persona-based writing. [...]

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Friday Night Link-o-rama

Filed in SEO, SEO & Web Tools, Web Design, Web Site Content by Matt McGee on November 10, 2006 0 Comments
Friday Night Link-o-rama

You want SEO tools? Jim Boykin has ‘em. He just announced an updated version what used to be the “Cool SEO Tool” and is now the “Top 10 Analysis SEO Tool.” First read Jim’s explanation of the tool, and then give the tool a spin. (Prepare to Control-D if you haven’t already….) Some more good [...]

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My #1 Pet Peeve is…

Filed in Web Design by Matt McGee on November 2, 2006 0 Comments
My #1 Pet Peeve is…

How about telling me the password has to be 6 characters when I first try to login? I tried logging in to Digg tonight — first time in about a month, probably. Do I remember my password? Of course not. But why wait until the end to tell me there’s a 6-character minimum? Drives me [...]

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