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High Rankings Advisor 205

July 25, 2007
Hey everyone! It's been an interesting couple of weeks since the last newsletter. The synopsis I wrote of Google Engineer Dan Crow's presentation at the last SEMNE meeting in Rhode Island caused quite a stir in the search marketing world. Although I reported on a variety of informative items provided to us by Dan, the breaking news of Google introducing a new tag (unavailable_after) was what everyone was talking about. Please read today's article, "10 Blogger Types: The Good, the Bad, and the Sleazy," to see exactly what I learned about 1) breaking a news story and 2) the various types of bloggers that exist in cyberspace.
 
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Matt Cutts Giving Out Clues via Google Webmaster Central?

July 25, 2007
Forum moderator Jonathan Hochman (jehochman) noticed a post on Matt Cutts’ blog asking people to vote for what features they’d most want added to Google’s Webmaster Tools. Jonathan thought it was curious that one of the proposed features would tell webmasters which pages on their sites don’t validate. He wondered why Google would do that if they don’t care about pages that validate. Read More >>

10 Blogger Types: The Good, the Bad, and the Sleazy

July 24, 2007
Breaking an SEO news story certainly creates a stir in the blogosphere. But are all blog mentions good ones? Read More >>

Mentor-Me-Meg Social Media Experiment

July 25, 2007
To go along with our blogging theme today, I wanted to point out something that my sister Beth, CEO of Nobscot Corporation, is doing that I think is pretty cool. On her blog, she has told the world that she is on a mission to convince Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay, to mentor her! Read More >>

Wrap-up 205

July 25, 2007
That’s all for today. I hope you enjoyed it! I should be back in 2 weeks with the next issue, and after that I’m mixing a little business with pleasure for the last 2 weeks of August. Read More >>