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Monthly Archives: May 2007

Jill or Lisa?

Lisa Barone says SEO is in the details (“sweat the small stuff“) Jill Whalen says the details don’t matter (“don’t sweat the small SEO stuff“) Who is right? What matters in SEO is what gets you to the top spot. Not the second spot, or the third spot, but the top spot for which your […]

The New York Times flexes its SEO Muscle

We knew it was coming, and we knew the New York Times was “getting” SEO. And it didn’t take long. The King of Content is now dominating the Google SERPs across a wide swath of the keyword space, via the re-published, re-purposed, New York Times Archives. Each “article” is re-purposed on a clean, CSS-driven text […]

VW Search Spam: Just Good Design?

SearchEngineLand says VW is search spamming, because the site has a content area set via CSS to “invisible”. The main page itself loads in Flash, which they also note. Last I checked Flash was a visible medium. A visual display of data. In other words, invisible to people with disabilities. Other SEO people followed on […]