Posted by rebecca

Stories, news, and other notable items from the past week:

Three star links:

Four star links:

Five star links:

  • Oh, Matt McGee. You’re so smart and useful. This time around, Matt hypothesizes what Google does with the click-thru data they acquire whenever you click on a link. Smart thinking as usual. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  • Audette Media came out with a free SEO diagnostics tool. It’s a log file parsing script, and it allows you to quickly parse out key criteria from log files using simple commands.

YOUmoz entries:

Best of YOUmoz:

  • Getting Comparitive Intelligence, Analytics, and Business Strategy the Sneaky Way. Robbothan shares a great business strategy/competitive intelligence tip with us: take advantage of the Freedom of Information Act and request information from your government about your industry (e.g., ask the Tourism Boards for travel data).
  • SEO from a Client Perspective. RichF tells us how frustrated he gets when he works with an SEO company and they disregard how his website is handled and the time it takes to implement changes. This post is a great reminder to all of us consultants that sometimes our clients need extra time to implement the changes we recommend, so we shouldn’t get impatient or have unrealistic expectations.
  • Networking at the SEOmoz Expert Training Seminar. Sly-grrr attended our training seminar and gives some shout outs to all of the great people he met.

New events added to the Events Calendar:

Upcoming events:

New additions to the SEOmoz Marketplace:

Featured job postings:

Featured companies:

United States/North America:




Featured resumes:

Happily employed:

  • Patrick Daly in Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX, is a web designer, SEO, and "Wordpress fanatic" who works for Lead Maverick in Addison, TX.

Do you like this post? YesNo

More: continued here