Ben Henick, a member of The Web Standards Project has just wrote 12 Lessons for Those Afraid of CSS and Standards in A LIST Apart.
This is a must have for all you old-school HTML mad people. Start using CSS and web standards please :)
For all the designers that don’t have ALISTapart’s RSS feed in their reader, please start now. There are 29,116 subscribers, and those are just Bloglines subscribers.
So I wanted to see what are the most viewed (according to Alexa) search industry website and/or blogs.
And anyway, I wanted to compare those with my blog too. Here’s what I came up with:
Continue reading The most trendy search industry websites
Via Techcrunch, we learn that BlogTalkRadio turns bloggers into talk radio hosts:
Your BlogShow lets you host your own talk show online. Receive live callers, interview guests, and broadcast to an unlimited number of listeners. All you need is any type of phone, an internet connection, and something to say. All your listeners need is streaming audio or any type of phone should they choose to call in.
They teach you how to use it.
I’ve been using Bloglines for some time now.
It’s the most useful and inovative online feed reader that I could find. When I did my test, the only real contestants were Google Reader, Rojo, Newsgator and Feedlounge (paid, but with a 24 hour trial). They were not even close to Bloglines in my opinion.
Continue reading Bloglines rocks
Most of us know the Digitalpoint Keyword Tracker tool. It’s really amazing. I use it for 2 years now I think.
Continue reading Sitening SERP Tracker
I regularly check Google’s robots.txt as well as sitemap.xml pages (YES, Google does have a Google sitemap), with hope of finding new and interesting places to study.
Continue reading Google’s secret and/or forgotten places
I just wanted to say to all of you guys, that starting from today, Webxperience!, which recently got a new layout and accesibility workout, is turning paid.
We tried to keep the standard submission to as much as possible, low ($10).
It was nightmare to keep it free, because we received about 400-600 submissions per day and a LOT were spam or/and submitted in such a stupid way that we had to modify or move most of them.
Ionut Chitu runs his Google Operating System Blog.
He was a co-blogger for Google Blogoscoped for a very long time too. He still is.
He also writes and manages a page with Adsense tips. You know I also wrote some Adsense tips a few days ago, but his are much more detailed and he puts them in a much more professional matter.
I enjoyed reading a very authentic and quality source of information… Ionut is great at that.
Rather old (June 15) but Yup .. The Google Analytics blog is online now and I agree with Nathan: It has a sleak look.
From my initial look, they blog on internal stuff mostly, as well as describing all the available functions, so go and have a look.
I was more than happy to answer a few of Aaron’s questions.
For all the people who didn’t knew SEO Buzz Box, have a look at all the other great interviews and articles he wrote, featuring most of the major players in the search industry, and not only.
Cheers and thanks dude.
I keep reading his blog, and I see he has a lot of different advertisments on it, altough none that promote Yahoo.
YPN! seems to be commented all the way:
So Jeremy, how come man ? :)
So FINALLY my guys have finished the new layout for Webxperience!.
Have a look at the editors, help and about(especially this one) pages… We wrote them with a lot of attention (we hope). If there’s someone we haven’t thanked yet, please give us a call and swear us :)
Continue reading Webxperience! redesigned