The page views have spoken! Below we have gathered PPC Hero’s and SEO Boy’s most visited, and hopefully most valuable, articles from March. Whether you’re a new or long-time subscriber, you may have missed these insightful and helpful PPC and SEO management tips. Enjoy!
Archive for April, 2011
As Rob Young announced in his post on Search Engine Journal, “AlltheWeb Closes Its Doors,” yesterday was the last day for Yahoo’s search site AlltheWeb. This is another step for Yahoo in completely moving away from search services, but also marks the closing of another third-tier search engine. While no one search engine seems to be able to gain significant ground against Google in terms of traffic and visibility, there are still many other third-tier options to gain some …
Today’s news update is in reference to an article written by Andy Atkins-Krüger called, “Yandex: Not Copying But Searching For Google’s Underbelly.” In his article, Andy discusses a recent conversation he had with Ilya Segalovich, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Yandex. The main purpose of Andy’s post is to uncover the similarities and differences between Yandex and Google as search engines and where Yandex may be headed in the future.
In honor of National Poetry Month, SEO Boy is holding an SEO Poetry Slam during the month of April. We want you to create your own haiku about Search Engine Optimization. A haiku is a form of Japanese poetry consisting of 17 syllables written in three lines of 5-7-5. So get out your pens, or open up Word, and start writing!
Yeah, I realize that’s not the actual quotation from Empire Strikes Back, but I really wanted to continue the movie quotation theme from last month’s Letter from the CEO, and this one is perfectly applicable!
In March, I wrote that Hanapin is increasing the investment in our blogs. They’re a great source of pride for us, we have a lot of fun with them, and they generate quite a few leads and business too! To that end, …