Posts from November 2008

What is SearchWiki?

SearchWiki has gotten quite a bit of buzz since it launched a few days ago. With both positive and negative feedback, it will be interesting to watch this new feature develop.

Over at Search Engine Land, Danny Sullivan had a nice Q & A with Cedric Dupont, Google’s SearchWiki product manager; Johanna Wright, Director of Product Management at Google and Google software engineer Corin Anderson to get some more details about the specifics of SearchWiki.

Do You Understand What I’m Selling?

Writing for the web seems to mystify a lot of people. Often, writers may have trouble when it comes to getting an effective point across. Two of the biggest problems with web copy is that users either a) leave the page not knowing what you’re talking about or b) have no idea what you want them to do.

Blogging Advice from Bloggers Who Know

What is a blog? Why would I even want one? What can it do for my company?

Many companies want to get into blogging but they aren’t getting the right advice. A lot of companies get excited by what a blog can do for them, but then they get anxious about the interaction of a community.

Speaking Engagements

The past two months have been extremely busy for me. A few weeks ago I was on a radio talk show with Jane from BPM in Pensacola, Florida speaking on Search Engine Optimization and then this morning I was at the NCMPR conference in Spartanburg, South Carolina speaking on SEO as well.

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