Archive for the 'Discussions' Category

Force OIOPublisher Banners to Open in New Windows

Sunday, August 31st, 2008

I found this very odd that it did not come as a standard option for the OIOPublisher plugin for WordPress.  I personally hate when a click leads me to another page in the same window or tab. In olden days before the invention of tabs, I could see where it was annoying to have to […]

Which Search Engine had the best 4th of July display?

Friday, July 4th, 2008

It is always nice to see the top engines competing even for the best holiday logos.  Who do you think had the best? Google Yahoo [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.lobolinks.com//blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/mh2.swf” height=”60″ width=”320″ loop=”true” /] Ask I found it strange the Live chose not to compete and that Ask went with a background like design instead of changing the […]

Gain RSS Subscribers Using Comments On Other Blogs?

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

Have you ever been reading comments then clicked the author’s name link to find out more about the owner?  What if this link pointed to a post related to the one you were just reading?  Could you see yourself reading it and then continuing to browse around for more related content?  Can you see yourself […]

Shoemoney’s take on Google’s Paid Link Fiasco

Thursday, October 18th, 2007

I have to personally admit that I am not a Shoemoney fan. I don’t exactly have anything personal against him, but I rarely visit his site. I do however really like his spin on Google and Paid Links. Check it out.

Is Barack Obama a SEO in disguise?

Friday, October 12th, 2007

Barack Obama in my opinion has revolutionized the way campaigns will be ran in the future. You just can not deny the buzz he creates using common SEO strategies we all utilize to promote our online businesses and projects. Obama has been able to raise a reported $31 million for his second quarter campaign fund […]

Will links from Text Links Ads(TLA) result in a penalization from Google?

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

In a recent post by David Airey, How I reversed my Google rank penalty. David explains why he was penalized by Google and the steps he took to get it removed. One of the text links he was selling was provided by Text Link Ads (TLA). What?s interesting about those two paid links that Matt […]

Yahoo Site Explorer Measuring Quality instead of Quantity?

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Is Yahoo Site Explorer measuring links authority in a new way? During the recent backlink update from Yahoo tons of sites have dropped thousands of links. SEOmoz is reported to lost over 1 million links. In my short history of being a webmaster this is the first time I have seen this happen. I am […]

Domain Names, TLDs, and Branding working hand in hand

Monday, October 1st, 2007

New websites are all about the domain names and branding. You want a domain name that is memorable by others and relevant to the content of your site. If you were thinking this would be the easiest part of your site’s creation that could be the understatement of the millennium. First, it has become extremely […]