Haven't been here for a while... Buisy, buisy, buisy
Now let's recap on what had happened since.
Firstly, I wrote a piece on Google Links vthat might be of some interest for conventional SEO thinkers.
Secondly, but much more importantly, I've got involved in a new project that has a lot to do with Social Graph or User Circle as I prefer calling it. So check my two latest postings Online Communities and Road Ahead manifesto. I'll keep you posted on updates. Thre are at least three more articles on the same subject in the pipeline.
Monday, 24 December 2007
Sunday, 8 July 2007
After first publishing my LZZR Linking idea several days ago I am starting to gather some feedback. First Sebastian (AKA SebastianX) of Smart It Consulting reacted with LZZR LINKING post and soon a balanced and clever Review of LZZR Linking idea appeared at Anthology of Ideas followed by a heated discussion in which Sebastian, Aaron and of course myself took part. Read it if you wish to get a better idea of LZZR linking strategy.
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Monday, 2 July 2007
This is how Yahoo hancrafts SERPs. Sorry about re-posting this mut I just fear that the original might suddenly disappear from Flickr. This leak is another cock-up from Yahoo.
Came from LZZR.com - the main LZZR blog
Wednesday, 6 June 2007
Check out this interesting answer on Yedda
Should Google notify specific users before it is doing major changes?
Well, a simple answer would be YES, of course YES and many times YES!!!
It should but it never will for one simple reason - each time waves of Google updates are reaching our shores we tend to react and each Google Dance generates a massive amount of buzz. Roughly four times a year all webmaster forums and blogs are swamped with laments and speculations - Google becomes the sole centre of attention. What more Google can wish for? This massive amount of free PR is too precious to give away.
The only situation I imagine is when Google would be so hard-pressed in its niche that it will simply be forced to be nicer to webmasters and disclose something that is until now a part of its strategical planning. If and when this happens it would only signify to me the beginning of Googles' decline.
Answered by LZZR on June 06, 2007
View the entire discussion on Yedda
Thursday, 31 May 2007
It seems Yahoo has serious problems with censorship issues from grassing up a Chnese dissident to Chinese authorities to blocking feeds from websites that publish content it doesn't like. After revealing Yahoo! hancrafting LZZR.com feed was blocked from Yahoo! Pipes interface!
Good job Yahoo! - internet censorship never stops free information flow!
Sunday, 1 April 2007
In a joint move all major search engines decided to change the face of the Web2.0 by introducing a new XFN standard designed to balance the effects of nofollow attribute.
This move was applauded by most in whitehat SEO community while blackhat SEOs could not hide their disappointment with this innovation all because it makes possible to restore the balance to the advantage of content-rich, informative and well-designed sites providing better user experience.
Read more about rel follow attribute here.
Monday, 19 February 2007
It's really mad but according to Google Webmaster Tools LZZR.com happen to rank first for Yahoo search in Google SERP. I didn't expect my SEO experiments to produce such results! I swear it's true Check for yourself in LZZR blog