Jim and Dave discuss 5 Ways You May Be Stuck In the Good Ol’ Days of SEO based off a recent Search Engine Watch article by Kristine Schachinger that discusses all the algorithm changes of years past and how SEOs have looked at past techniques to manipulate the latest algorithm.
Google Enhanced Campaigns Get Social Annotations, Availability For Mobile App Advertisers; Google chairman Eric Schmidt defends tax avoidance policies; Google Reconsideration Request Guidelines; Google Instant Previews Removed From Search Results ; Google Changes Authorship Interface and Removes More By. Also, Kristine Schachinger from SitesWithoutwalls reports from PubCon New Orleans 2013.
After the Hacking group Anonymous became the latest victim of a Twitter hack, Jim and Dave explore Hacker Prevention and Website Privacy and Safety Awareness with Josh Dennis of WiredNation and Kristine Schachinger of SitesWithoutWalls.
Jim offers some commentary following Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and his recent visit to Korea with SitesWithoutWalls.com Founder/Consultant Kristine Schachinger, Reliable SEO and SEO Training Dojo Partner Terry Van Horne and SEW Weekly Host Thom Craver.
Jim wrote the following thoughts prior to the show. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is a very dangerous man. Aside from being one of the primary shredders of personal privacy around, Mr. Schmidt is proving to be a danger to world peace. It’s been what, like, eight or nine months since North Korea freaked everyone out by announcing new nuclear weapons or missile tests. Recently, the hermit state looked as if it was trying to rejoin the world of nations announcing sweeping economic and industrial improvement plans.
Earlier this month, Schmidt and his daughter Sophie were in North Korea led by US diplomat and former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson. Sophie Schmidt wrote an extremely candid blog about her experience, comparing life in North Korea with the Truman Show. Eric Schmidt wrote about how the North Koreans control information via a dual structured Internet/Intranet and by limiting the capabilities of smart-phones available to North Koreans.
Earlier today, North Korea announced a new wave of underground nuclear weapons tests combined with a resurgent missile program targeting the west coast of the United States. You know what’s on the west coast of the United States? Eric Schmidt’s office is three miles from the coast.
The Federal Trade Commission closes its antitrust review and announces Googles services are good for users and good for competition. Plus, Jim and Dave discuss What is Google Doing with Google Plus? as they discuss Google Plus and personal privacy with Kristine Schachinger from SitesWithoutWalls.
SitesWithoutWalls founder Kristine Schachinger defends her Search Engine Watch article titled SEO 101: Meet the White Hats, Gray Hats, Black Hats and Asshats as Jim and Dave speak with Kristine and the
CEO of Fang Digital Jeff Ferguson.
Following up on the major outage web hosting company GoDaddy suffered that took down its website, servers, and DNS infrastructure completely for several hours. We hear about some cyber security measures that you should apply with Carolyn Shelby, the Director of Search for Tribune Company and 435 Digital. We also preview the annual Digital World Expo in Las Vegas later this month with conference chair Shawn Rorick and featured speaker Kristine Schachinger.
Internet Marketers Year in Review 2011 Roundtable with panelists Rand Fishkin (CEO and Co-Founder, SEOMoz), Kristine Schachinger (Founder/Consultant SitesWithoutWalls.com), Terry Van Horne (Partner of Reliable SEO and SEO Training Dojo), Miranda Miller (Search Engine Watch Journalist) and Mike Grehan (Global VP Content, Search Engine Watch ClickZ, SES Conference and Expo).
Internet Marketers Year in Review 2011 Roundtable with panelists Jonathan Allen (Director, Search Engine Watch), Rhea Drysdale (Chief Executive Officer of Outspoken Media), Bill Slawski (SEO consultant and author of SEO by the Sea), Thom Craver (Web and Database specialist for the Saunders College at Rochester Institute of Technology), Cindy Krum (Chief Executive Officer at MobileMoxie, LLC) and David Harry (Owner and Sifu at SEO Training Dojo).
Kristine Schachinger, CEO of SitesWithoutWalls.com, whom you remember was featured previously on the program sharing her personal experience with social media, Twitter and the Iranian Election Crisis of 2009. She is back to discuss the announcement of Twitter rolling out a new version of its web interface.