SEO Over Optimization Warnings – Steps to Take in 2012

SEO continues to get more specific and a bit harder the case of SERPs and gaining leverage. In many respects its becoming the Web that we wished for, for so many years. Though as SEO’s that means we need to … Continue reading

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The Death of 1 Page SEO Sites

Sure you know the scoop by now. Pick out your keywords, grab a handfull or more of keyword URL domains and plant your seed sites into ground. The MO for this was, by doing this you claim important keyword traffic … Continue reading

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WordPress: How to add a “Grab My Code” button area to Sidebar?

This has often been a question asked especially in regards to WordPress Blogs. I found this great site, that takes care of the whole coding process for you. Once complete paste this code into one of your “text” widgets in … Continue reading

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Yahoo Site Explorer has moved on

Those of you who still rely on the old method of updating your Yahoo Site Explorer data, you can finally move forward. It was announced that Bing and Yahoo data would be merging a while ago. Confirmation of this came … Continue reading

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Twitter: How to access your Twitter RSS Feeds?

Sometimes, you will find the need to pump in an RSS feed from your Twitter account. This used to be pretty easy, though Twitter has been screwing around with the RSS buttons and options they used to show. So when you … Continue reading

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Yahoo Pipes: How to add more than 10 url’s (sites)?

While Yahoo Pipes seems to be limited to 10 feeds per module, the way around that is to add more modules and then use a UNION module to connect them together. Please see visual example below. There of course is … Continue reading

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Yahoo Pipes: What is the difference Between “Fetch Feed” and “Fetch Site Feed”?

In Yahoo Pipes, you can choose between 2 options Fetch Feed = you enter in the RSS feed directly (the actual RSS page) Fetch Site Feed = you enter in the general site (such as www.microsoft.com), and if there is … Continue reading

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