Month June, 2007

Determining searcher intent automatically

June 5th, 2007 @ // No Comments

Here is an example of how useful it is to learn SEO from research papers. If you’ve read some of my previous posts, you will know that I am a big fan of finding out what exactly search visitors want. I posted about classifying both visitors and landing pages, so that search visitors looking for […]

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Category : Blog &Keyword Research &SEO Research

What to do with the money you make online

June 4th, 2007 @ // One Comment

Some readers coming from John Chow dot Com, might be wondering if I make money on-line. Showing big checks and bragging is not my style, but I do understand most people want proof. Instead of showing checks, bank statements, etc. I am just going to show you what I do with the money my companies […]

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Category : Blog

Robots.txt 101

June 4th, 2007 @ // 9 Comments

First let me thank my beloved reader SEO blog. Thanks to him I got a really nice bump in traffic and several new RSS subscribers. It is really funny how people that don’t know you, start questioning your knowledge, calling you names, etc. I am glad that I don’t take things personal. For me it […]

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Category : Blog

John Chow fixes anchor text and pleases Google

June 4th, 2007 @ // 18 Comments

As I reported before, John stopped showing up in Google for “make money on-line” for a few days. He is now back at #1 for the term. What did he do? He is not telling. I was going to use this post to explain exactly what I did to restore my number one ranking. However, […]

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Category : Blog

Competitive research or privacy attack?

June 2nd, 2007 @ // One Comment

I found an interesting tool via Seobook.com. It exploits a “feature” of current browsers that do not properly partition persistent client-side state information (visited links and caching information) on a per site basis. The tool can identify URLs in your visitor’s browsing history. Aaron suggests this be used to check if your visitors come from […]

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Category : Blog &Competitive Intelligence

Segment visitors by intention with Google Analytics

June 1st, 2007 @ // One Comment

As I mentioned before, understanding what visitors want and giving it to them is the key to a successful website. That is the big picture. Now let me tell you how to actually measure this. My tool of choice for this is Google Analytics. With Google’s Adwords Conversion Tracking you can define goal pages and […]

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Category : Blog &Conversion Rate Optimization &Web Analytics

Shoemoney challenges Ranfish on full disclosure

June 1st, 2007 @ // 3 Comments

Shoemoney invited Rand Fishkin of Seomoz.org to record an interesting dialog to be aired on his radio show, next Tuesday. Rand says they discussed their opposing viewpoints on whether bloggers should fully disclose affiliate/marketing deals to readers, especially if they are endorsing those products. It is going to be a lot of fun to listen. […]

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Category : Blog

“Make Money Online” link bomb defused?

June 1st, 2007 @ // One Comment

If you read my previous post advising John to change his link-building strategy, then you won’t be surprised to learn that John Chow is no longer ranking on the first page for the term “make money online“. On January this year, Danny Sullivan from Search Engine Land, reported that Google had devised an algorithm to […]

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Category : Blog

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