SMX Advanced 2008 took a darker turn than many people expected, and an implicit challenge came out of that: can you do an Advanced conference that’s mostly white hat? The SMX Advanced 2009 agenda gives the impression that the organizers accepted this challenge.
I’m looking forward to SMX Advanced in Seattle next month. Last year’s conference went a bit off course, IMO, with an over-focus on “Black Hat” SEO. I’m not an expert, but I nonetheless need to attack two myths: Myth 1: There’s No Room for Morality in SEO SEO expert Todd Mallicoat wrote the following post: […]
I still haven’t been able to find anything about redirects since we got the Simple URLs up on The Pet Wiki. Most of the links to the site (that I know of) come from this blog. I’ve gone through my old blog posts and modified the urls. I hope that what I did didn’t kill […]
It took a bit of doing, but we finally got the site to use Simple URLs instead of that ugly title=[Page Name] on our MediaWiki (The Pet Wiki) based site. It wasn’t that difficult after we found the solution, but it took a ton of time to find it. Since the site is on GoDaddy, we […]
The link that I put a few posts ago was short lived. Although Pekingese is no longer in the search results, the number of links went up from 7 to 11. Most of those links are pages for other links, but some of them have real content. That’s new. For pages on Chesapeake Bay Retriever I can […]
For some reason, all the pages that were indexed are no longer indexed. I have no idea what happened. I’m down to having only 7 pages spidered. Basically, I’m down to the links on the homepage. As another test for this blog, I’m going link Pekingese in this blog to see what happens. I thought that […]