Companies in a competitive marketplace sometimes do “naughty” things, and sometimes those “naughty” things are illegal, at least in a civil sense (as opposed to a criminal sense). Continue reading
I will be teaching online classes via Stanford Continuing Studies this Spring. Continue reading
You’d think that “digital” San Francisco would have tons and tons of classes in SEO (Search Engine Optimization), but you’d be wrong. There are many good classes in SEO, at institutions ranging from AcademyX to UC Berkeley’s Extension to the Bay Area Video Coalition, but they are not offered every week, nor even every month. Continue reading
Everybody knows what SEO is, don’t they?
Well, possibly not. You might have seen those three letters bandied about all over the Internet, but not have a clue what they mean. If that’s the case, they stand for Search Engine Optimization. Continue reading
SEO is aging. Google, after all, was born in 1999, and nearly twenty years old (or more, depending on how you count). Continue reading
It is a fact that there are thousands of people who describe themselves as SEO experts – and I am one of them, having been involved with SEO for over 20 years. Even so, you need to be careful because you will find that many of these “experts” have their own websites somewhere down on page 9 of Google where they will never be found. Continue reading