My Jordans Experiment for Sneaker Hog

Recently I’ve been challenged to get first page listings in Google for the term Jordans. I don’t know if I can do it considering that there are quite a few shoe sites already listed for Jordans.  But listen, I don’t really want to talk about shoes.  What I would like to talk about are the …

SEO Gurus Lie – META tags do count!

I’ve been preaching for about 5 years that META tags are worthless when it comes to improving your search engine visibility.  I recently had to eat my words. I played a roll in getting the MCG Jazz up and running by utilizing a custom template and Joomla backend.  Those of you who have used Joomla …

The End of Flash as We Know it.

if you haven’t noticed lately, MTV has dropped their totally Flash Enabled website.  It looks like they are returning to what matters most in a website…a usable presentation layer.  I dunno guys, but it seems that ever since Adobe took over Macromedia that things haven’t been the same. I used to have a blast going …

Google and Link Directories – All the Rage…All the Hypocrisy

Lately Google has been on the war path to get rid of link directories to make the Gooweb (my term for the Google Internet) a better place…Just the way Michael Jackson would want it. Sounds like a good idea to me though.  I mean seriously, how many times have you actually visited a link directory …

The Moving Company Content Irrelevancy Experiment

Recently I’ve been juggling a few of my Google Adwords campaigns around.  Just to see some change in performance with CTR and landing pages.  Out of curiosity I wanted to get an idea of how much people are paying for ads related to the moving industry.  I figured there was some kind of need for …