admin on December 7th, 2009

Let’s say that you install a new website and have done some basic search engine optimization (SEO) on it. It is not uncommon for it to appear at the top of a search engine results page (SERP) rather quickly—especially if the keyword phrase targeted by the site’s content has little competition. However, you cannot breathe […]

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admin on December 6th, 2009

Please use this article thread when sending any questions. All scripts in the Appendix A are examples and you are encouraged to study and modify them according to your requirements (if you are a developer). Please use care when quering search engines. Most of the source scripts are in Perl. Please ensure that you have […]

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admin on December 5th, 2009

Here is a chapter that was cut from the final version of the book.  To retrieve it open your SEO Warrior book and enter the following username and a password: The username is: warrior The password is in lower case and is the first name of my fallen friend and real-life warrior (Hint: Read the Acknowledgements section) Once […]

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admin on December 3rd, 2009

Bing is one of the newest major search engines to appear in the web arena. It is Microsoft’s search engine and follows its predecessor that was known as Live Search. Live Search did not realize the success it had hoped for thus Bing became the replacement. At first glance, most think that Bing is just […]

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admin on November 28th, 2009

The paperback version of SEO Warrior is released. It should be in bookstores by the time you read this text or very shortly.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank many of you for providing me with the helpful tips for the RC (rough cuts) edition.  I also want to thank the publisher (O’Reilly […]

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admin on June 16th, 2009

Social networking automation can be helpful. What if you wanted to schedule your Tweets? If you are implementing a strategy for Twitter, instead of worrying about the steady flow of your tweets, you can create a simple application to send pre-recorded (scheduled) tweets. Imagine a simple application as described in the use case diagram below: […]

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admin on June 3rd, 2009

The Bing buzz is everywhere. There are currently over 3200 articles on The question on everyone’s mind is how Google will respond? Matt Cutts has already voiced some opinions about Bing. It may be too early to tell what will unfold. The question on minds of many is: will the public start to do […]

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admin on May 12th, 2009

If search engines were just set up for searching, they would not be able to sustain themselves for long without any profit and income sources. Those bread and butter profit and income sources come from advertising. In order to make a venue desirable for advertisers, it must promise exposure to as many people as possible. […]

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admin on April 22nd, 2009

Organic SEO implies ethical SEO with natural website growth. But, make no mistake; there is nothing natural about organic SEO. It is the systematic approach tailored to attain better site SE rankings. These are the same goals of unethical SEO practices. The difference is that SEs look bad when unethical SEOs succeed. Without relevant results […]

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Internet search engine censorship is practiced in a few countries around the world for reasons of filtering pornography and controlling government criticism, criminal activity, and free trade. The reasons all boil down to the categories of cultural values, money, and/or power. Internet access is provided by local internet service providers (ISP) in the host country […]

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