Plain Old Organic SEO, Part II

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In part 1 of my article (well, post anyway…) on Plain Old Organic SEO, I had mentioned that I’ve noticed a trend in the field of SEO from Black Hat techniques to Organic optimization. I think I need to clarify a few things from that first article. My bad for not being a bit clearer. [...]

Plain Old Organic SEO

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It seems now more than ever, people are moving away from Black Hat SEO to Plain Old organic SEO. A simple example of organic SEO would be as follows: If you’re like me, you want people to read your blog, like what they read, bookmark your site and become a regular reader. They’ll link back [...]

Semantic HTML Is Not Boring!

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I was describing Semantic HTML to my wife with all the enthusiasm I have for web standards, and mid-speech I saw it. Right there in front of me. I saw “The Look”! What look you ask? Some of you Standardista’s already know what I’m talking about, but for those of you who have not crossed [...]

Standards Based Article Submissions

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Standards Based Article Submissions are a feature not many content designers really look at with much interest. We all are very busy in our lives, and writing a 500/600 page article on standards, and standards compliance, well…it just may seem too much work to do. But if we all took the time to pen (type) [...]

PHP and the newbie web designer

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PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) will not bite you! As a matter of fact, it will do you more of a favor than you think! I remember when I began to play around with PHP, I figured that all I’d do with it was to dynamically input the time onto my static page! Those first days [...]