Entries from August 2008

The Monetization Stigma

August 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

The Internet community has an interesting principle. If something is trying to make money, that something is terrible. The only exception to that are giant corporations. It’s fine if Google wants to make a buck, but if someone puts Adsense on their site to pay for their hosting bills, it immediately compromises the integrity of [...]

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Categories: Main blog narrative

Searching for the Facts on Pagerank

August 21st, 2008 · No Comments

I have come to a shocking realization: Walt Disney World for Grownups is a Page Rank 0 Site. I *WILL* Discover The Secrets Because of the mystery surrounding Pagerank and particularly the dreaded PR0, it took me a while to come to this conclusion. I initially thought I was just waiting for my first Pagerank [...]

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Categories: Main blog narrative · Theory

SEOBook.com’s 101 Link Building Tips–Still Useful After All These Years

August 20th, 2008 · 3 Comments

Experiments in Making Connections You’ve heard us talk about our link-building frustrations and about how tempting it is to bring in loads of traffic through temporary links. But we continue to put our collective nose to the grindstone, because, as Andy Hagans and Aaron Wall at SEOBook say in the archived 2006 gem,101 Link Building [...]

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Categories: Applied Use · Main blog narrative · Reviews