By Michael Marshall
LSI is a methodology for automatic document classification. It examines all the words in all the documents of a corpus and calculates similarity measurements for each document or for individual terms. It can gauge very accurately which documents in a corpus are really relevant to a search phrase even if that search phrase does not appear in a document. Measuring relevancy is a key component of a search engineâ€™s ranking algorithm. When search engines use it, LSI can have a significant impact on the ranking of your web pages.
Dallas Mavericks owner and IceRocket.com investor Mark Cuban let’s Google know exactly what he thinks of their inability to stop thousands of spam blogs appearing over the weekend.
The blogosphere was hit by a blogspot.com splogbomb. Someone did the inevitable and wrote a script that created blog after blog and post after post.
Im not talking 100 blogs with a 100 posts each. Im talking what could easily turn into 10s of THOUSANDS of blogs pinging out millions of posts !
Some Cuban’s suggested fixes are not exactly practical.
Its not an imposition to ask a blog poster to confirm their post with a link inside an email, or a word confirmation.
Andy Beal is no longer associated with Fortune Interactive. View Andy’s consulting services.
From our press release…
RALEIGH, N.C. â€“ October 17th, 2005–Fortune Interactive LLC , an interactive marketing firm specializing in search engine marketing, today announced the launch of its innovative Web log (commonly known as blog) marketing service for companies seeking to build, launch and promote corporate blogs.
Global information provider comScore Networks estimates 50 million Americans visited Web logs in the first quarter of 2005. This figure represents a 45 percent increase over the number of visitors for the same period in 2004.
Web logs, which are structured like informational journals, differ greatly from static Web sites. Web logs are updated regularly with new posts and entries. In addition, Web logs are more interactive and encourage feedback via features such as comments functions, trackbacks and tag boards.
By Andy Beal
Do you ever wish you could peer into the future and see what it holds? Iâ€™m not talking about a time-traveling DeLorean or space-leaping Tardis. But, when you sit down and look at your search marketing campaign â€“ the hundreds of keywords you spent hours researching on Wordtracker â€“ do you ever wish you could get a jump on your competition and take a peek at what products will be the most searched over the coming months?
Well you could be like Napoleon Dynamite and strap an electrified cap to your head, or you could simply (and less painfully) plug yourself into the blogging community and get a glimpse of what keywords might soon show up in a keyword database.
Bloggers Donâ€™t Bite
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