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Being a Bigdaddy Jagger Meister

It took a little while to start to figure it out. Such things almost always do. After months of observation, research, discussion and debate, Search Engine Optimization experts appear to be getting a better handle on the effects of Google’s Bigdaddy...

Search Environment Prompts Specialization in SEM Sectors

The first six months of 2006 have been a period of expansion, growth and significant change in the search marketing universe. There have never been as many online options available to commercial advertisers and their agents as there is right now, a trend that shows no...

Thinking (a lot) About Linking

Links are the primary arteries of the Internet, the underlying connectors between different places. Links are the transporters that take you everywhere on the web. You likely came to this space via a link and are as likely to follow one out again. Links keep you going...

Google’s Reputation Goes to Dell

Does anyone remember the hissy-fit Google threw at the beginning of this month over the default settings of Microsoft’s new web browser IE7? To recap, Google gave Microsoft a week of headaches, going as far as complaining to the US Department of Justice over the...

A Bigdaddy Timeline, Courtesy of Google’s Matt Cutts

Sometime around January or February, a number of webmasters began to notice that Google had somehow “lost” huge portions of their websites. Reference to their sites, generally to the index pages and a seemingly random selection of internal pages existed in...