Plain Old Latent Semantic Indexing

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Latent Semantic Indexing. Cool sounding term. Now, before I get into what it actually is…can you imagine how smart you’ll sound when you use that term with your friends, as they discuss web technologies? But I digress… Here’s the definition of LSI use from SEOBook.com (taken from http://www.seobook.com/lsi/lsa_definition.htm): Latent semantic indexing adds an important step [...]

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Something’s Wrong with Building Links Article

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I am a regular reader of WebProNews.com and avid fan. However, I had to comment on an article by one of their staff writers, Kara Ratliff. It’s on “Building Links Like an Expert“. I’ll quote the comment I do not agree with: “…most of the search engines frown upon paid linking. There is no smile [...]

Nofollow Nolonger

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Funny title, I must admit. But if you are a regular contributor to this site in the form of commenting, then I have a great deal for you. I have installed the NoFollow-Free plugin, which allows the removal of the nofollow attribute that WordPress automatically generates for comments and author links. Remove the nofollow tag [...]

Plain Old Broadband and Web Design

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I just got 20MB download and 2MB upload speeds from my new broadband carrier. Yes, I’ve heard of the horror stories about Comcast, but I got such a killer deal on their high speed internet and phone service, that I had to jump on it. I actually pay less that I did for simple long [...]