Hey there, what's shakin'? It's time again for this week's edition of SEO Dojo Radio! Yes, I know, you've been just dying for it right? This week it will just be the regulators (Terry, Steve, Justin and myself) talking smack for the next hour or so. Among the many things we're hoping to cover, we have;

  • From the (Dojo) Boards; is SEO getting too hard?
  • On SNC; Search user behaviour study
  • Comment spam WTF?
  • Shopping @ Google heats up
  • Google; my signals are bigger than yours
  • Business.com closes; are directories dead?
  • Matt Cutts speaks

What's with the sasquatch? It's a running gag, tune in for more...Oh and thanks to the nearly 200 peeps each week DL'ing the show on iTunes, we're humbled.

We've no guest this week, so you're stuck with us. We were hoping to have Barry Schwartz on, but he's feeling under the weather, so we will have him back on next week with us. We've a LOT of goodies to yak about this week, so it won't be a problem.

On with the show;

 

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#1 Markm 2010-11-19 15:19
Great stuff as usual boys, I cannot believe your only at 200 downloads - I thought you were kings of this interweb stuff ;-)

In relation to a website you want to keep and not a "churn and burn" as you so carefully worded it. You talked about how ineffective blog comment spam is and I presume this rolls across all spamming techniques.

If you (anyone of you) was to start a new site, how would you build links if you cannot rely on any of your own exsisting sites or relationships with other webmasters.
 
 
#2 Chris W 2010-12-09 20:59
"The whole industry freaking out when Google farts." ROFL! So true, thanks for the good laugh.
 
 
#3 Terry Van Horne 2011-01-29 17:20
Quoting Markm:
If you (anyone of you) was to start a new site, how would you build links if you cannot rely on any of your own exsisting sites or relationships with other webmasters.
Ummm same plan as usual... make as much noise as possible... in as many places as possible. Use "natural syndication networks" like press releases, social communities (Facebook etal) and micro-blogging.
 

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