Google’s Matt Cutts answers a bunch of random SEO questions.
You’ve still time to register for next week’s eComXpo and join the estimated 7,000 attendees who’ll get the latest internet marketing advice – while wearing their pajamas!
You can join me on Tuesday from 1pm to 2pm ET where I’ll be moderating the panel “The Future of Search: Evolving Your SEO Campaign“. Panelists include:
* Scott Delea, Digital Grit
* Jon Schepke, Strategic Internet Marketing Partners
* Sara Holoubek, Free Agent
UPDATE: This link gets you free registration.
Lenovo may have seen a good spike in brand-awareness when they sponsored the Olympics, but if you want to win the hearts of the “mavens” and “connectors” you’ve got to think outside the box when it comes to marketing.
Who knows if The Lenovo Tapes is a carefully crafted viral marketing campaign or just the work of a Lenovo fan. Either way, I’m betting these videos will help the Chinese computer manufacturer reach a huge audience.
We contacted an AP senior editor and ombudsmen both and both admitted to having had the article passed on to them, and both stated that they viewed us as a blog and because we were a blog, they did not need to credit us. What we are or are not is frankly irrelevant. What is relevant is that by using a term like blog to somehow excuse plagiarism, the mainstream press continues to lower the bar for acceptable behavior.
The plagiarizing is shameful. But it’s also sad that some traditional media outlets continue to not credit (or link-to) bloggers as the source for a story.
Just a heads-up that I’ve added an update to the Online Reputation Monitoring Beginners Guide. Simply scroll to the end of the post for the extra tools we’ve added.
If you’ve not already added to del.icio.us or Yahoo My Web, you can do so using the “ADD TO” links at the bottom of the guide – that way you’ll always have it close to hand. See how we’re always thinking of you?
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