Top 10 Websites of 2006

Well, since Guy Kawasaki’s keynote at Pubcon, everyone I know is all about the top 10 list. (Ok, maybe everyone has been doing it before, but i still have to make the occasional Guy and Pubcon plug!) My Top 10: 1. Digg – In my opinion, the new leader in ...

Click Fraud Funding Terrorism

Minutes after posting my latest entry about throwing out speculation about where Google would be if Click Fraud had action taken upon it, there has been a stunning new development.  Apparently at the end of SES Chicago Webmasteradio.fm held a press conference and announced this news that could link Click ...

Yahoo Restructuring, Google Questions Arise? 1

Yesterday Yahoo released information about the company’s restructuring efforts. The biggest news is that they will be focused on “…key customer segments — audiences, advertisers and publishers — and more effectively leverage Yahoo!’s significant strengths to capture future opportunities for growth.” (quoted text taken from press release). It seems that ...

Google Red Campaign

So, for a while today I thought I was having internet connection issues hen I clicked on the link to the ( RED ) campaign link in Google today and I thought nothing of it.  Now, as I am doing my daily reading of blogs, I noticed the following link: ...

Beginner’s Guide to Blogging

Recently I have been trying to get into the swing of reading up on articles in my time off, getting back into SEO/SEM and blogging.  Soon enough I will try to enter the podcasting and vlog world as well.  That being said I have enjoyed blogging everytime I get a ...