The Old & Crusty Method To Building Links

My friend Dee Barizo gave me a great suggestion the other day. See, I have this problem. I have a 3 year old website that is stagnating, despite some truly great, cream of the crop content in it’s niche (I don’t say this lightly: I’ve hired an expert who’s creating a killer resource). So I […]

Using Information Architecture To Plan A New Website

Most people start a blog and only later start confronting the organizational structure. Obviously, content is king… so it definitely is important to create content. But I want to suggest that your content will be a lot more effective, and flow more easily, if you take the time up front to organize your site’s conceptual […]

SEO: Great list of web based (!) SEO analytics tools

Hat tip to Search Engine Journal author Ann Smarty (nice name 🙂 who compiled a list of useful online SEO tools. She starts with three criteria for those online SEO analytics services: they are all useful for SEOs they are all web-based (no desk-top ones or FireFox extensions so far) they are all free She […]

Splicd – A WebApp That Cuts Through The (Video) Fluff

Splicd is a cool new WebApp developed by a member of Performancing Hive that allows you to isolate the interesting parts from a YouTube video and provides you with a link to share it with your family, friends, and colleagues. Instead of making readers sit through the boring parts, bloggers can directly link to the […]

Summize The Web 2.0 Version Of Summarize

There are thousands of conversations happening on twitter every day of the year. In fact, hundreds of them take place every minute of the day and keeping track of all of those different conversations can be a pain. Summize is a search engine for Twitter which gives users a way to search and discover topics […]

HK Not The Domain To Buy

According to a report that is to be released on Wednesday by McAfee Inc, .hk or Hong Kong domains were found to be the most dangerous domains on the web out of a total of 9.9 million websites that were tested on 265 different domains. The domains were tested for serving malicious code, excessive pop-up […]

Bookmark The Web: A Few Tools To Keep Track of Great Content

We have been handed a double-edged sword when it comes to feed reading technology, but while that has its own problems, we need to find ways to save the content those great pieces of content we find on the web. Whether you use the bookmarking feature within your browser or a web-based service, you should […]