Structured Data and Semantic SEO is a hot topic these days and some feel that in the world of SEO this is the biggest change they have seen in years. Below is a great presentation done by Matthew Brown at the September event for SEMPDX in Portland OR. The presentation covers the latest on structured
This is how Optimize Your Web looks as a word cloud - I am happy that the word Happy gets such a prominence as I am generally a happy person :-) There are also words like "Enjoy" and "Think" there, both words that I like. Kind of worthless post but made me wonder about
Kristjan Mar Hauksson speaking at the SES in San Francisco on Global Search Engine Marketing with Anne Kennedy as my co-speaker and Michael Bonfils as the moderator. Session name: Turn Right at Reykjavik – How to Reach Europe's Biggest Markets Session Description: Aiming for Europe? It's not as easy as you might think. Though allied
Google rolled out a solution for the problem that multiple language sites started facing due to Panda filter. This key was in the form of ‘hreflang’ and ‘canonical’ tags. This is Google’s way of telling site owners that they should use a regional subtag in their head tag for the website URL.
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