Tag Archives: Search Engine Strategies

SES San Jose Countdown

In terms of internet search the really big and influential conference is – without a doubt – SES San Jose. WebmasterWorld Pubcon and the new SMX Conference series by Danny Sullivan (who more than anybody was the architect of the … Continue reading

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Extremism in the defense of the algorithm is no vice?

WordPress surfing led me to another interesting sob story from a penalized webmaster and my reply got so long it deserved to become a post: Marshall Sponder wrote: Take Know More Media’s case – you have 100+ blogs and 2+ … Continue reading

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Google’s Constitutional Amendment: The Right to Rank as you see fit

Some of the most lively debate and controversy at search conferences surrounds the issue of Google ranking rights.   At Search Engine Strategies in San Jose the most interesting (and confrontational) session involved Michael Gray taking Matt Cutts to task on Google’s aggressive stand on commercially … Continue reading

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