Monthly Archive:: July 2008

Guide to posting on Google Knol

Google has recently launched Google Knol, their answer to Wikipedia and the fact that Wikipedia entries come up on page one for almost every keyword in the entire freakin world! Google has said that Knol pages won’t be considered higher authority just because they are on Google, but this is hard to believe. I wanted to expand and [&hellip

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Blogging: walking the line between sharing information and giving away trade secrets

I’ve had a couple of conversations in the past few weeks about blogging and what to share on a blog. Yes, it’s true that you want to overload search engines with USEFUL information, but not to the point where you’re posting your business plan and trade secrets online. An example: If I were to start [&hellip

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20 dofollow Social Bookmarking Sites

Here are 28 20 social bookmarking sites with that don’t use nofollow links, along with their Pageranks. You’re welcome Blinklist – 7/10 Are now doing nofollow Furl – 7/10 ClipClip – 6/10 They don’t nofollow the bookmark but they do nofollow the actual link Backflip – 6/10 Bibsonomy – 6/10 LinkaGoGo – 6/10 They also [&hellip

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Blog Spam can be ridiculous sometimes

And I’m not talking about the 20 comments about Cialis, auto insurance, or online gambling that I have to reject every time I write a new post. I’m talking about blog posts like this: http://weildxilppo.blogspot.com/2008/07/save-energy-in-your-kitchen.html http://rowiekzho.blogspot.com/2008/07/how-led-light-bulbs-can-save-you-money.html If you’re going to create a blog post for linkbait, at least make it relevant to the links you [&hellip

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