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They say you should face your greatest fears head on and public speaking has been one of mine since I was a kid. Being shy didn’t help during those school speech assignments one bit. Anyone with me on that one?
Having worked in the search marketing/web dev business since 1997, it was only 2 years ago or so that I began to speak at events about SEO, marketing with blogs and online public relations. I think there were 3 speaking events that first year. This year it looks like 16 and there are already 8 events booked for 2008. Things can change quickly in internet time.
I’m hearing a ton of rumors of what’s coming to Mix07 next week in Las Vegas. I’ll be there Monday. Feel free to throw a piece of fruit as you head into the hall. I’ll be doing hallway cam out with Loren Heiny.
Anyway, here’s what we MIGHT see. How about you, what do you think Microsoft will show off?
One of the more popular questions asked on SEO-related forums as do with the use of 301 redirects and duplicate content. When people pose questions about duplicate content because of domain naming reasons, one of the first things suggested is using a 301 redirect to avoid being penalized.
The DRC (Disability Rights Commission) recently announced the results of their year-long investigation into the accessibility of 1000 UK websites. The report concluded that most websites are highly inaccessible, with over 81% not even meeting basic standards of accessibility.
Yahoo owned Overture Services, a provider of Internet marketing services, extended its search agreements with CNN.com and ESPN.com. In addition to extending its existing deals, Overture has also signed an ad distribution agreement with Wall Street Journal Online.
When Robert Middleton moved his marketing consulting practice, Action Plan Marketing, to Palo Alto, California several years ago, he started his business from scratch. He had left his well-established client base several miles away and now had to find strategies to generate new clients.
Need some tips on how to handle some curve balls you may get when you’re presenting from someone who’s been in the trenches?
At the RSA Security conference last week in San Francisco, the big news was a new set of cybersecurity best practices, a new application vulnerability description language and a push for Web services security, along with the usual collection of new IT security products.
How much time do you spend promoting your business? Two hours out of six? One hour out of six? Maybe not even that much.