Good deal on DealDotCom

Today’s deal on DealDotCom is actually a very good one: Link Assistant’s Rank Tracker for $47 instead of $87. It’s quite easy for checking rankings if you don’t have a big rank tracking system at your SEO company, and I even know some pretty big companies that use this tool all the time… For $47…

Two nice bookmarklets

Seth had a nice bookmarklet in a post today, it shows all links on a page. I altered it a bit to make the links clickable, and it works quite nice. So here’s a bookmarklet: I immediately made another one as well which shows all the meta’s on a page:

Nice and cheap internet marketing products?

DealDotCom is creating quite the hype at the moment… They’re promoting themselves as the Woot! of internet marketing, or for the Europeans among my readers: the iBood of internet marketing. I’m very curious as to what they have to offer, as this looks quite tempting: If you’re involved in Internet Marketing in any way, shape,…

Searching for freshly indexed pages

The post Matt did about better date search inspired me to create OpenSearch plugins which allow you to search for pages indexed in the last 24 hours or the last 7 days. Find them on this page, or just install them from here:

WordPress version detection

Sometimes you’re browsing around and wondering whether a blog is a WordPress or not (at least I am)… So I created a small script that detects that, and show the version of the WordPress as well. A useful tool for all you blackhats out there too perhaps? Go grab the Show WordPress version Greasemonkey script!…

Why you should not use XML Sitemaps

Update: This article is published in 2007. Nowadays XML sitemaps have found there way into our WordPress SEO plugin and we do recommend using them for any (larger) site. First of all: I do want you to use Google Webmaster Tools. It’s an incredible useful toolbox, so please, please use it. If you’re not using it…

Readable nofollows

I noticed that on Dave’s great new layout, his nofollow comment links where unreadable… This was caused by my greasemonkey script setting a pink background but not changing the text color and so forth. I’ve now changed it to do that, so I can read the name’s in the comments. So if you’re using this…

Google Search URL parameters cheat sheet

I’ve been playing around with the URL parameters Google has to offer a lot lately, mostly after the de-personalized search stuff. I’ve now built a list of these parameters and created a PDF cheat sheet file with all of them in there. Included in this PDF are links to the documentation for the values some…

Google de-Personalized Search for Firefox and IE7

I’ve done it myself, I’ve created an OpenSearch plugin which adds &pws=0 to the query and thus shows you the clean results. This plugin easily allows you to search without having personalized searchresults, without logging out of Google. It’ll work with Firefox 2+ and IE7. Here it is: Google Search Plugin without Personalized Search. Update:…