Blogging Advice: How to Tell Google that You’re a Blog

Blogging Advice: How to Tell Google that You’re a Blog

Google is stupid. It’s not R2D2 or Data, it’s a moron. That’s why SEO is often such a tedious task. Unlike many uneducated people who assume that Google is God and it knows everything, I know it does not. Google…

100+ RSS Subscribers! Or How to Count Them

100+ RSS Subscribers! Or How to Count Them

SEO 2.0 reached 100 RSS subscribers! After roughly ten weeks of blogging. At least 100. AFAIK. 91 at Google and 9 and Bloglines. In case you subscribe using any other service (I use Netvibes for instance) say “yeah!” Come on!…

Hail the Returning Visitors and Subscribers!

Today, for the first time in several weeks, the biggest single visitor number of SEO 2.0 was not StumbleUpon or any other referrer, it was the “No referring link” crowd as Statcounter calls it. It was rather a small group…

SEO Lynching: How to Fool the Angry Mob

SEOs are the new Jews or “Negroes”. People just love to hate them. When they appear in an environment where the angry mob resides they will be insulted as if the respective SEO is the devil himself. It’s more than…

3 StumbleUpon Traffic Myths Debunked

Most Internet marketers about to introduce StumbleUpon to you will tell more or less the same story. According to those StumbleUpon tutorials you have to undertake certain actions to succeed on SU to get more traffic for your own blog…

Great SEO Blogs You Might Have Missed

OK, I admit it, I read more than a few SEO blogs. There are at least several more SEO blogs out there that are really worth it. Check them out. So here is the list of less known SEO Blogs…

Quality Blogs about SEO, Web Design, Blogging You Might Not Know

As an Internet addict I read more blogs on SEO, web design, blogging and a plethora of other topics daily than other people do in a year. I’ll get a good overview quickly which quality blogs really matter or stand…

DIY SEO Resources: Training, Tools, Software & WordPress Hosting

Some of you might have noticed: SEO 2.0 has has no visible ads. As I did not want to serve you spammy crap like Adsense I decided to advertise the Coudal way – I only recommend resources or services that…

New Categories: Blogging, Search and Internet

After blogging for several weeks I noticed that I write rather often about certain topics that were not reflected in my categories. Moreover as time went by I and my blog evolved. For instance when starting SEO 2.0 initially I…

John Chow Interviews

John Chow interviews are seemingly rare. At first I thought there are many of them but it’s not the case. Finally I found a few interviews with him, one being from 2009!   John Chow – an enviable success example…

Miserable Failure

21 days ago I set my goals for the next three weeks of this blog. 21 days later and 6 weeks after starting SEO 2.0 I have to admit: I failed miserably! SEO 2.0 is all about transparency and accountability…

Global Perspective: Making Money Online – How Much Do You Need?

Thinking about the “make money online” craze I asked myself whether it makes sense. Then I realized that the question to ask must be: Where does making money online make sense? In some countries and territories (India?) it most probably…

The Secret of John Chow’s Success Revealed!

As I always aim to surpass the best of the best I wondered for a while how John Chow managed to gain as much popularity on the Net. What’s the secret of his success? Well, now I finally found out!…

5 Dirty Blogging Tricks

Even in white hat SEO or blogging the SEO 2.0 way you can use some dirty tricks that will make you earn 100.000$ in 3 months your blog a little more successful. I collected 5 of them, which of course…

10 Reasons Why You Don’t Need to Read Matt Cutts’ Blog

First lesson of SEO 2.0: You do not need to read Matt Cutts’ blog. I never do unless someone points me to a post that in most cases just confirms what I knew, read or thought before. Why? Let me…

Black and White WordPress Theme for Business Blogging

Black and White WordPress Theme for Business Blogging

* When I started this blog in 2007 I had partnered with a designer who created a lovely black and white WordPress theme. Sadly he discontinued the theme support after two years. I switched to another one with a strategic…