Maybe you've heard about Google Analytics, Google Adwords or even Google Adsense, it's companion programme. But few people I've come across, authors included, have heard of Google Webmaster Tools and yet, it's brilliant little service you can enable even with WordPress.com. You can also do the same with Bing Webmaster Center. Now that I've intrigued you … Continue reading Google webmaster tools for authors
I thought I'd try something a little different for this particular tale. I decided to see what would happen if I made it into different formats. At the end of this post you can read the tale itself, but I've also created a video and slideshare presentation too. It would be great if you'd let … Continue reading Tales of t’Internet – Gem the Word Weaver
Once upon a time there was a woman called Linda who had lived all her life in the land of t'Internet. She lived in a tiny little cottage at the edge of the biggest town nearest to Lord Google's castle; sometimes at night she could hear the whirr and click of the great data base … Continue reading Tales of t’Internet – Asking Lord Google a Question
This week I've decided to try to combine two of the things I like to try out in one Friday Fictioneers challenge. I'm attempting to add another story to my Tales of t'Internet series, which is my slightly sideways look at the subject of search engine optimisation through the medium of the fairy tale. I … Continue reading Friday Fictioneers Tales of t’Internet – Len Scleaner the Ocularist
Stitch the Tailor had lived in the land of t’Internet for almost all of his life. He was the finest tailor that t’Internet had ever known and his customers included Lord’s, Lady’s and Prince’s. Everyone who bought a garment from Stitch the Tailor knew that they had the best that money could buy and returned … Continue reading Tales of t’Internet – the story of Stitch the Tailor
The continuation of the Tales of the Kindgom of t'Internet, a slightly irreverent look at search engine optimisation. As the Lord's of the kingdom of t'Internet surveyed the wreckage that the land was become they were dismayed, and they decided to hold a gathering of the mighty and the noble to determine how to navigate … Continue reading Tales of t’Internet – Lord Google Issues A Decree
The continuation of the Tales of the Kindgom of t'Internet a slightly irreverent look at search engine optimisation. When the Kingdom of t'Internet became first occupied the land was lush and green; food and wine flowed for all the inhabitants and everything was good. There was much cheer amongst the people and they regularly enjoyed … Continue reading Tales of t’Internet – the feast and the famine
Once upon a time there was a distant land which contained within it a vast and glorious kingdom called t'Internet. Now the kingdom of t'Internet had many residents who had all worked hard to attain their home in this place that was abundant and fertile to all, many more wanted to gain their status but … Continue reading Through the Kingdom of t’Internet and the history of the house of ‘Search’
There are many benefits to using wordpress software (as opposed to the free blog from wordpress.com) and this short post outlines the top 15 - in my opinion of course!
For those of us interested in the way that SEO (Search Engine Optimisatio) works with the various search engines, the introduction of a new project by Google, dubbed Caffeine, could have serious implications for those sites who have been sitting back on their laurels for the last few years secure in the knowledge that they had a good link strategy and longevity on their side.