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Sunday Chatter – 4/19

Posted by | April 19, 2009

5 Reasons Your Google Rankings Can Drop If you’re one of those webmasters who obsesses over your Google rankings, you may want to have a look at these 5 reasons on why it could drop. Everything from internal link structure and fresh content going stale, to dealing with duplicate content… they all can lead to […]

IZEA Prize Pack Hits My Mailbox

Posted by | April 17, 2009

MarketLeverage hosted a charity bowl-a-thon a few weeks ago in support of the Niemann-Pick Children’s Fund. Local Orlando area Internet marketers and bloggers joined the crew from ML for a fun night of bowling in support of this great cause. Those who couldn’t be in attendance due to their geographical location, such as myself, donated […]

What Defines a ‘Top Affiliate Network’?

Posted by | April 15, 2009

Website Magazine just came out with a list of the top 50 affiliates networks. I gave the list a look over and was a little puzzled. First of all, they don’t base these rankings on any other data besides traffic. An affiliate network could be second to Google as far as traffic goes, but if […]

Sunday Chatter – 4/12

Posted by | April 12, 2009

Could All in One SEO Be Bad For PageRank? Could the most popular WordPress plugin be destroying your blog’s PageRank? It’s been speculated that the All in One SEO plugin could affect the way Google ranks your pages — and not in a good way. Nothing has been proven yet, but some suggest the All […]

Dissecting the Value of Twitter Followers vs. Blog Readers

Posted by | April 8, 2009

Somebody asked me on Twitter last week (sorry, can’t recall your name) what I think is most valuable to have more of, Twitter followers or blog readers. If that comparison sounds familiar to you, it’s because many have asked the same question recently, but I figured I’d give my take on it. No matter how […]

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