Pride before a fall?

In Search Engine News, SEO Strategy by Louis Venter

Reading Greywolf`s recent post about quality score within Google`s adwords positioning really highlighted a rant I`ve been having internally for a little while. In a world where every publisher has …

The SEO game – the spam war

In Search Engine News by MediaVision

I found this on Jim Boykin`s blog and find it hilarious. The game has been released by Gsinc.com and although the actual game its not very exhilarating, what matters is …

Twitter – for all kinds of twits

In Social Media by Marius Badenhorst

I read a neat evaluation of Twitter posted on scripting.com that sings the mini-blog`s praises. It counts Twitter`s eggs (possibly after they`ve hatched) as follows: It`s a social network of …

The importance of killer titles

In Common SEO Topics by MediaVision

It`s so important to team up great content with great titles, yet so many people fail abysmally at the latter. Great headlines inspire great content so it`s a knock-on effect; …

The Danny Sullivan code

In Social Media by MediaVision

— Just a bit of fun— Also dubbed as “The greatest conspiracy in SEM history”… I have been thoroughly enjoying all the rambling going on over at Pandia, There is …

The privacy wave

In Search Engine News by MediaVision

Privacy is the new buzz word at the moment with great concerns about Search Engines keeping consumer`s data. There has been a lot of uproar in the media lately and …

Digg boots Google

In Search Engine News, Social Media by MediaVision

Digghas announced that they are going to be booting Google as its online advertising partner and moving to a company Digg’s top executives described as “young and willing to take …

Brits love Google

In Search Engine News by Louis Venter

A survey conducted by Bigmouthmedia shows that the majority of British internet users want Google to maintain its stance as the leading search engine in five years time. Interestingly enough …