SEO Egghead has compiled 21 top SEO tips from Google engineer, Matt Cutts.
ClickZ reports the rise of online advertising is causing marketers to demand better data from cable networks.
Many advertisers are pushing cable networks to provide more detailed demographic data about their viewers, to keep up with the level of data available for online ad buys.
Welcome to “Quick Fix” which translates to – “Andy is swamped and so he’s cheating a little by giving you just a quick post”.
Charlen Li encourages marketers to target “Generation Y”, who read blogs more often than others.
One key data point that stood out for me: 24% of Gen Yers read blogs, which is twice as often as the 12% of Gen Xers (ages 27-40) and three times the 7% of Young Boomers (ages 41-50) that read blogs.
While at Fortune Interactive, it was always fun to show off the LSI/LSA components of SEMLogic and then tell people they could only use it by becoming a client. Now it looks like Quintura is offering a similar tool for free.
Eric Myers explains how the tool works and also throws-in a layman’s guide to latent semantic indexing as well – or what he calls “magic words”.
Google sends news that they have struck a new partnership deal with Intuit, which will see Google’s products integrated with QuickBooks 2007.
According to Google…
For the first time, small businesses can use QuickBooks to market themselves online by listing their businesses on Google Maps, creating and managing advertising campaigns with Google AdWords and posting their products for sale on Google through Google Base a free product listing service. Integrated into QuickBooks 2007, available this fall, QuickBooks customers will have the ability to attract new customers using Google, the worlds leading search engine.
The deal also sees QuickBooks bundling Google Desktop Search.
SiteCatalyst tracks incoming links to see how a site’s content is spread, how fast it ages and stops generating inbound links, and what day and time is most likely to generate interest from blogs and social networks.
Sounds neat, if I ever get to the point that I can afford any of Omniture’s solutions, I’ll give it a test drive and let you know what I think. Anyone using it?
ClickZ has more details.
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