Yesterday was a huge day on the Internets especially for those of us in search. Early in the morning Danny Sullivan published an article in which Google engineers stated that Bing was cheating and copying their search results. Most of the article seems to be fairly compelling and on the surface it makes Bing look […]


Google Trends Manipulation: A Lesson for Old Media?

January 19, 2011

Everyone is aware that the Internet has changed the way that people consume content. In the past the fastest news sources were radio and TV while the in depth analysis and reporting was left up to newspapers who obviously had limitations on how quickly they could disseminate their content. The Internet has turned the news […]

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Google Wants to Control Your Brain

September 9, 2010

My latest post about Google Instant their desire to control your thoughts and how you search is up at Searchviews.

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Bing Indexing Speed is The Suck

May 7, 2010

So I started a new site up a few weeks ago that is focused on Twitter and specifically Twitter advertising. When Twitter announced Promoted Tweets and their version of Quality Score, Resonance Score, I grabbed and started to blog. I also set up a Twitter account, Facebook page, and a FriendFeed profile. I actively […]

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Master Baiters Taking The Bait

February 5, 2010

No matter how many times it happens the supposed linkbait masters always take the anti-SEO linkbait and provide the response desired. We are like Pavlov’s dogs. Any time someone, whether it is no name douchebag or a clueless tech writer, talks smack about SEO we feel the need to respond and give them the links […]

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China v Google Not About Free Speech

January 15, 2010

“Don’t be Evil”. It is fairly well known that Don’t be evil is Google’s informal corporate motto. It looks great and gives everyone that sees it a warm and fuzzy feeling that this huge corporation that essentially tracks everything you do online is like a friendly neighbor. Google still has a pretty good reputation as […]

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Spammer Left the Back Door Open

December 4, 2009

So I got an awesome spam email this morning which read as follows. Intriguing to the naive and terminally clueless I have seen millions of things like this and usually pass them around to my colleagues and associates. So as we were commenting about it in the Google Waves my colleague Heman Patel found the […]

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