Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference in Asia News Iran

Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference, RIMC 2012, was in Asia News the leading business paper in Iran.

RIMC 2012 in ASIA News

Microsoft’s Phil Greenwood talks at RIMC 2012

Here’s a video of Phil Greenwood at RIMC 2012.

Matt Neal speaks at RIMC 2012

Matt Neal from Bright Sparx speaks at RIMC 2012.

Charles Dowd speaks at RIMC 2012

Charles Dowd interviewed at RIMC 2012.

Eli Pariser speaks at RIMC 2012

Here’s a brief interview of Eli Pariser conducted earlier today at RIMC 2012.

Interview with Mikkel DeMib in regards of RIMC 2012

Here is a video interview with Mikkel DeMib about his RIMC 2012 involvement.

Iranian blogger Mr. Taster coming over to Iceland to speak at RIMC 2012

Mr. Taster an Iranian food critic is coming over to Iceland to speak at the Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference, RIMC 2012. He uses Facebook mainly to market his services and what makes his story unique is that Facebook is banned in Iran. Below is a picture he did send me in relation to his trip over.

Mr. Taster goes to Iceland

Link Building Stuff

Search engines such as Google and Bing have built typical search algorithm technologies over the years. Whenever any user enters a query into a search engine, it determines the way to return best results. It needs to evaluate the pages that are most pertinent to the query and rank them in order of their actual relevance to the search. A prominent part of this algorithm technology is built around determining the kind of inbound links that point to your website. Read more »

The Book: Getting Better International Search Engine Results

It is just over a month until the book I am co-authoring with Anne Kennedy “Global Search Engine Marketing: Getting Better International Search Engine Results” is koing to be published. The publisher Que Biz-Tech is has a D-day in this Paperback next month on the 16th of February and it looks as we are going to make it. Read more »

Majestic releases Majestic Million list under Creative Commons License

Back in May this year (back then I palyed with the data and had great fun), Majestic created a new index called “Majestic Million” – a list of the top 1 million websites, ordered based on the number of referring IPs – or more precisely the number of referring class c subdomains.

The data is available for analysis for anyone, but the whole list remained proporieto. Today (Christmas eve), however, majestic plans to release the ENTIRE INDEX in Excel and TXT formats. So that will be an Excel file with 1 million records available for anyone to use in any way they wish! And for data nerds like me this is truly a Christmas gift. Read more »