SEO Jokes

SEO Jokes

My colleague Roy made me laugh today, and not a little, over this very geeky SEO joke: Me: “Hey, we’re ranking for duplicate content.” Roy: “How often?” Now, if you can laugh about that, you know you’re doing good as an SEO and probably bad in your personal life :). Any more SEO jokes you…

Technorati redesign

Technorati redesign

Dave Sifry posted on the Technorati blog that Technorati has updated it’s design. And I actually really like it! There’s one thing though… My colleague Roy pointed at the source code, especially the tag cloud… Come on guys, you can do better than that!

Blocking your site’s search results?

Blocking your site’s search results?

Recently, Matt Cutts posted about search results in search results, as apparently Vanessa had updated the guidelines about this a bit after some uncertainty as to how you should handle your sites search results. The guideline now states: Use robots.txt to prevent crawling of search results pages or other auto-generated pages that don’t add much…

Cloak your sitemap!

Cloak your sitemap!

There’s a discussion on Webmasterworld as to whether XML sitemaps are a welcoming door for scrapers. Especially with the new autodiscovery feature for sitemaps around, it becomes very easy for a scraper to find any and all URL’s in your site. So in my opinion, they are a bit too warm of a welcome. Tedster…

Tele2 sucks, but I’m back online

Tele2 sucks, but I’m back online

I’ve been using Tele2 for a while now while on my old address, it was slow at times, but it usually worked, so I was pretty satisfied. I’m not anymore though… We’ve been moving to our new house over the last weekend, and I had arranged for our phone and internet connection to be moved…

Moved the blog to the homepage

Moved the blog to the homepage

Since moving the seo blog to the main URL worked so well on css3.info, (it came out of the last PR update as a PR7 and has had more search referrers since), I decided to do the same here. Let me know if you find any errors, but I think it all went smoothly. All…

nofollow is NOT meant for editorially reviewed links

nofollow is NOT meant for editorially reviewed links

Imagine you’re like me, and you like WordPress so much that you write plugins for it. People start writing about these plugins and they, of course, link to you. You see these pages writing about you show up in your referrer stats and of course you go and have a look at what they’re writing…

Affiliate links? Cloak them!

Affiliate links? Cloak them!

John Chow did a post on how to hide your affiliate links… Of course the only proper way to hide affiliate links is: cloaking them. I’m thinking about building a WordPress plugin for that specific purpose. Anyone know of a proper affiliate link cloaking script?