10 Reasons Why SEO Haters Are Plainly Wrong

It happened again! SEO hate. This time on StumbleUpon where I did not expect it as people get targeted news there so nobody who does not like SEO or SEO blogs has to read them, unlike Digg or Reddit where…

The Real Rules of Social Media Marketing Unmasked!

Glen inspired me. He wrote down, among other, some well known rules of social media marketing. As I do not abide by any rules beside my own and disagree with many of those I rewrote them so that all of…

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…

SEO Bullshit

Wow! More good ranking news: I ranked #4 for SEO bullshit on Google.com for a while! My main competition was Jason Calacanis who had been cited everywhere for saying “SEO is bullshit”. Well, in times of SEO 2.0 you can…

SEO Speak Translated: The Real SEO Glossary

SEO Speak Translated: The Real SEO Glossary

* In the SEO industry agencies, experts and even bloggers have adopted a special mode of speech not to say slang that might be misunderstood by outsiders like clients, website visitors or the general public. To help you understand what…

Top 7 Ways To Crash Internet Explorer

Microsoft Internet Explorer aka Exploder is a funny browser. Even a guy like myself who is no hacker at all can crash it with ease, at least version 6 (IE6). In fact one line of code is enough, even less….

Flash Rocks!

When 9 months ago I wrote the article “8 Main Reasons for the Demise of Flash” over at Fadtastic my goal was not to get rich and famous but to stir discussion. Still in love with my former darling Flash…

Top 10 SEO Blogs That Do Not Yet Exist

My article “10 Steps to Success on the ‘Net Without SEO” over at Google Blogoscoped sparked some debate. Among others one guy asked me whether it makes sense to create “another SEO blog”. Of course it does not. Do not…

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…