Category Archives: Linking Strategies

Sad State of News on the Internet

It really is a shame how most news organizations are adopting the “catchy or dramatic title” on their articles to pull in web traffic. Case in point: Militants in Iraq have used $26 off-the-shelf software to intercept live video feeds … Continue reading

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Webmaster Stuff

Best SES Session – Are Paid Links Evil? We’re only half-way through SES San Jose but I think we’ve already seen the best panel discussion of the event. “Are Paid Links Evil” saw Matt Cutts go head to head with … Continue reading

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Jason Calacanis’ Latest Link Bait Works

If anyone can acquire links in a short period of time, it is [tag]Jason Calacanis[/tag], currently Entrepreneur in Action at Sequoia Capital, what is that exactly Jason? Former editor and CEO at Silicon Alley Reporter, he co-founded Weblogs, Inc with … Continue reading

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Wired Digital Buys Reddit, Who’s Next?

Wired Digital has announced that it is acquiring social news site Reddit, the exact terms of the deal were not disclosed. The four employee company will move to San Francisco, where they will colaborate with Wired using it’s core technology … Continue reading

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Big Social Network Advertising Deals

Social networks continue to do ad deals to try to make some of the money that everyone seems to think they are worth. Google and MySpace just did a close to billion dollar deal and now Facebook and MSN are … Continue reading

Posted in Facebook, Google, Linking Strategies, MSN, MySpace, Online Marketing, Social Networks, Web 2.0 | 1 Comment A New Linking Strategy?

Nope. But it certainly seems more useful than most. At you get your own page, created by you, with the links pointing wherever you want them to go. This isn’t a one page site that’s only sending traffic for … Continue reading

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