Get Down & Dirty With Your Website Code

According to Google their mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. I might add that they are also striving to provide  the best user experience possible. One aspect of SEO that is either looked over or forgotten is the technical side. I am not referring to the optimization of website […]

New Sitemap Generator Tool from Google

Google announced the release of their own open source XML sitemap generator tool. There are several third-party sitemap tools around that do a great job, but Google decided that they could add some value with their own tool. As they describe it: Unlike many other third party Sitemap generation tools, Google Sitemap Generator takes a […]

Death Knell of Google: Could it be SEO?

A few days ago an article by Chris Williams was published in the Guardian UK about the death knell of Google—and that the perpetrator of this death would not come by competitors like small-time Cuil or Yahoo!, but by SEO. Am I biased? Well a little (this is a blog at “SEO”.com). However, I believe, […]

Google Gets Flash-y

Until now, creating a site in Flash was a sure fire way to guarantee zero search engine visibility. Sure, there were things you could do like sIFR and SWFObject, but these and other work-arounds required some extra work and a level of expertise. Adobe just announced that they are working with Google and Yahoo to […]

Matt Cutts Does Domain Roundtable

Matt Cutts made an appearance today at the Domain Roundtable conference. Matt started things off with a few introductory comments, then spent most of the time answering questions from the audience and from questions that people sent in ahead of time. Here are the highlights of what he discussed: The primary litmus test for whether […]