Wow, I just did my first video and served it up to You Tube, as well as to Yahoo and Google Videos. All of these uploads are free. I prefer the Google service to the You Tube as the viewing area and quality of the video are superior at Google. I will post a link to both so you can see and compare the quality of each for yourself. [Read more…]
During the 6th century b.c. the prophet and founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, appeared in northwestern India teaching principles of enlightenment; specifically through meditation techniques and by knowing the Four-fold Noble truth and by practicing the Eight-fold Noble Path in life. One of those noble paths is called “right intent.”
On the path to enlightened search marketing it is imperative that one has the right intent. [Read more…]
Hey, it is March 12, my birthday again. It’s hard for me to believe it but yes, I am a baby-boomer.
So what should I do today? Hmmm. Should I do some research on Web 2.0? Should I optimize some content? Maybe I should blog about some really cool search engine marketing tactic.
Now that I think about it, I’m just going to take the day off and sleep as many hours as possible!
Yeah, that’s the ticket.
The SEO Toolbar that RankQuest developed is awesome. It has a whole slew of nifty applications all bundled into a nice neat package. Before I had to use several different pieces of software, some that I purchased to do my daily SEO Expert analysis thingys but now I can tackle a few of those dozens of important tasks from one place, my browser. [Read more…]
Last night was really great. I met up with my friend Daphne for a massage and she worked me over something fierce. Daphne Jean aka DJ, Wow, I wish I lived here I’d get one of those a week. When I got back to the hotel I found Dave with John and Robin hanging out down in the sports bar. (Unbeatable) Dave asked me for a “lesson” on the pool table. So I gave him one and won the match too. Surprise! This morning I had the omelet instead of the buffet. good decision.
Today we started the Workshops with John Alexander, who talked about Media for the Web, [Read more…]
Adam’s Mark has a pretty good breakfast buffet. Tomorrow I think I’ll try the Denver omelet.
John Alexander started out today with a session about LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) originally known as “Latent Semantic Analysis.” John explained [Read more…]
I decided not to drive to Denver until the morning of the Search Engine Workshops. I set my alarm for 4 am. The problem is that I could not get to sleep until 2:30 am. So I am sleep deprived as I arrived and realized what a messed up downtown structure Denver suffers from. I was forced to take FIVE right hand turns to get to the Adams Mark (maybe that should be Adams unMarked). I’ve heard of “two wrongs don’t make a right but three lefts do.” But what the heck is five rights? Confusion and sloppy metropolitan engineering. Anyway, I made it and strolled into the workshops about a half hour after they started. [Read more…]
Hey, this blogging stuff is kinda fun! I even started a category called “Rant.” And no one complained when I posted to it. How wonderful! It’s like having a pet turtle or a goldfish or a… hmmm.
Interesting to me is how a good algorithm is similar to a well composed piece of music!
A good algorithm has interesting formulas composed of things like vectoring and densities and proximities and frequencies and percentages and semantic analysis and democracy. Similarly [Read more…]
I just made my reservation for lodging at the Adams Mark Hotel in Denver. I’m headed to the Search Engine Workshops next week. SEW worked out a nice little group discount. I guess the rooms are normally $189 per night (really?!), and I get two nights at $139 each which comes to $278 (I feel like they should throw in a massage for that much money!). [Read more…]