Pilgrim’s Picks for July 9th

Please excuse the light posting this morning. We switched servers last night and managed about 3 hours of sleep in the process. I’m still working on some glitches, but hope to have everything fixed by the end of the day.

In the meantime, here’s some news of note…

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/wordpress/ Michael Martinez

    The SEO community still doesn’t get LSI. You cannot engage in “LSI optimization”. That is a total non sequitur.

    If the search engines were really implementing latent semantic indexing, there would be no need for traditional keyword-based optimization. We would all be optimizing by topic (and so-called “theming” or “theme-based SEO” goes in the wrong direction).

    The sooner SEOs give up on LSI the better, because right now anyone selling “LSI SEO” is selling a sham service. There is no such thing.

  • http://www.mikroproje.com/Blog.aspx proje

    Changing servers and transfering site to new server sometimes needs more administrative effort, if you have customizations on application.

  • http://dpn.name David Novakovic

    Theme based SEO is not LSI. so don’t mention it again. :)

  • http://www.marketingpilgrim.com Andy Beal

    @David – done, I never fully understood it anyway! ;-)

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  • http://www.gummihat.dk Kondomer

    Changing servers and transfering site to new server sometimes needs more administrative effort, if you have customizations on application.