How Big is Google?

•November 20, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Did you know that Google does more searches than all other search engines combined?  The talented Richmond Virginia SEO (BloomSEO) posted a great chart here:  Search Engine Optimization for Google.

 Quite a lead.  You always hear the big guys fear the “kid working out of his garage with the next great idea” — I hope that kid get’s a few billion in funding to go along with that idea.  Competing in the search engine industry has never been tougher.

Black Hat Traffic Tool

•August 28, 2007 • 1 Comment

“StumbleXchange Automator – StumbleXchange is a great site, but it takes so damn long! This downloadable program will automate the entire process for you! No more hours of stumbling other peoples pages, just click and go to sleep!”

–Mark Cook Digerati Marketing

Powerful stuff from Mark Cook.  This is one more tool webmasters and SEO experts will be drooling over.  Personally, I am hoping to be selected as a beta-testers so I can report the results here.  Fingers crossed!

Google in 20 years

•August 24, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Google becomes more than just an internet search in the future.  But sadly, becomes judgemental.

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Fast Indexing with Flashdex

•August 24, 2007 • 1 Comment

“Flashdex – This tool will get ANY page indexed in Google within 1 hour – guaranteed.”

–Mark Cook Digerati Marketing

Wow, that’s quite a promise.  I have some powerful techniques and tools to index sites, but it still takes me over 24 hours.  This is another tool on the horizon that SEO’s and webmasters are anxiously waiting to test out.

SEO Tools Save Time

•August 22, 2007 • Leave a Comment

“Social Storm – This neat little bit of script can get a single page – or multiple pages socially bookmarked on the top 20 social bookmarking and tagging sites over 190 times, automatically, from different IPs at random times over the course of weeks. This can give you massive traffic boosts.”

–Mark Cook Digerati Marketing

Another exciting tool from Digerati Marketing.  Social bookmarks are valuable links.  But who has the time to bookmark every site they own on all of the top social sites?  This tool is going to change the way SEO is done.

Interesting SEO Tools on the Horizon

•August 16, 2007 • Leave a Comment

“Link Backrub – This tool will increase your backlinks massively by scouring the Internet for sites that link to you, that are not indexed in search engines. Any links it finds to your site, which are not indexed by Google, it will get them indexed – almost instantly, thus letting Google see all of your backlinks. This will of course, improve your rankings.”

–Mark Cook Digerati Marketing

This tool would solve a huge problem for any webmaster. Did you know that you likely have double, maybe even triple the links showing in the search engines? check link: and times that by 2 or 3!

The trick is to find those links. This tool takes the mind numbing labor out of that task. Needless to say, I can’t wait to get my hands on it!

21 Step SEO Guide

•August 9, 2007 • Leave a Comment

This is our comprehensive 21 part guide to getting a
top-10 listing on Google and Yahoo.
This simple, easy to follow guide to search engine
optimization (SEO) will teach you everything you
need to know about SEO in order to get your site to
the top of the search engines. It also comes in eBook form if you’d like.

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Search Engine Optimization Tips

•August 3, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Lead with good content.
My number one tip for SEO? Provide frequently updated content that people want to read. Incoming links are key and if you can provide content that people will read and get something out of, there is a good chance they will link to that content.

Research your keywords.
You can use a Keyword Suggestion Tool or simply put yourself in the mindset of your target audience. Learn which terms people will search with and get those into your content and meta information.

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Quick Tips for: Optimizing your Blog

•July 30, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Don’t be a link Nazi. Make sure to link out to other related websites within your content; it can only help with your search engine rankings. By linking out, those sites might link back or include your blog in their blogroll. The more related incoming links you have, the higher you should rank on the search engines.

If you want to increase your traffic you have to ping the blog search engines. You can do this through ping-o-matic or pingoat. If you use FeedBurner they also have a list of blog search engines that you can ping through them. By doing this every time you write a blog post, it will show up on search engines such as Technorati and Icerocket.

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Wikipedia did it…..Will Digg follow by going nofollow?

•July 22, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Last week, Wikipedia changed their external links to all use the microformat “nofollow” so that all outbound links carry no search engine optimization weight. So far it appears to be the right thing to do. So my question is… should Digg do the same thing to prevent spam like the MarketWire spam? This could hurt the number of submissions and the number of users….

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