Smashing Magazine just published the Golden Rules of Linkbaiting.
As the first comment shows, I just don’t know if a week’s reading time can cover all that content.
From the article:
- What is Linkbaiting?
- Profound Rules of Linkbaiting
- Writing-related Principles of Successful Linkbaiting
- Tactics and Strategies of Linkbaiting
- Linkbaiting Hooks
- Copywriting: Improve Your Writing Skills
- Copywriting Books
- Sources, Resources
PS: My blog is mentioned :)
Loren from Search Engine Journal just brought the nice news bit:
SEO Clinic is a new project we are now offering on Search Engine Journal for webmasters and site owners which are not experiencing their desired or potential Google, Yahoo, Ask.com and MSN rankings.
This is a free service, and it’s directed to non-professionals. I am sure that not all of you will have the benefit of getting the advice from the SEJ Experts, so please do remind yourself that, and don’t spam SEJ.
Continue reading SEJ’s SEO Clinic offering free SEO advice
#1. Sorry for not blogging these past few days. My daily schedule has gone crazy.
#2. This is true for the next few weeks too, between 20 December and about 5 January 2007, because I’ll be in UK. I’ll bring my notebook on, but blogging will still be fairly slow. If anyone wants to meet with me there just give me an e-mail.
Continue reading Michael Arrington > TechCrunch. What’s that ?
Passwords suck, that’s why Bugmenot.com is a website that allows it’s members to share their passwords to various online services and websites.
For example, did you ever wanted to read a story at New York Times but you didn’t had an account ?
Continue reading Bugmenot: Passwords suck
Did you ever wondered what’s the traffic of ProBlogger, GeekZone or The Bastardly ?
You can find this out in Performancing Partners stats for advertisers. All the figures are there, for websites that are part of the Performancing network.
Continue reading Performancing: How to sneak-peak on traffic
I’ve got something to suggest to some of the online services I use, features that could really make the day for a lot of their users.
I don’t expect representatives (except Unicredit’s) from these services to jump right ahead and take action on what I suggest, but at least take note of them.
Continue reading 10 new or improved features I want, from 10 online services
I don’t know if you guys noticed, but Alexa redesigned the site widgets, offering a cleaner, more appealing web 2.0 face. This really had to come. The old widgets were designed in an 1984 trend.
Continue reading Alexa: Redesign of the site widgets & API tricks
Because it could cost you your job and it’s definitely true.
These days, Google and the rest of the search engines (eg. Live, Yahoo!, Ask and so on) have become the central location where everyone can find information about anyone or anything:
Continue reading Be careful what you write online