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Use Gmail Search for Keyword Research and Inspiration

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

If you write several blog posts weekly for many years, you are very well aware of what "writer's block" means. It happens very often that you just need a couple of words, a single line of text to get inspired. But where to find those words? To me keyword research and ...

Find Your Most Useful Content with Help of Copy Heat Map

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

What determines the usefulness of some of your content (as compared to the rest of your articles you write)? The number of people who found it valuable enough to link to it? The number of people who found it great enough to Tweet it or vote on social media? ...

Everything About Passwords – a Guide to Managing Online Personas

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

There is one cool joke that the worst nightmare of a web hacker is that he suddenly forgets all his passwords. Password fatigue (or password chaos or identity chaos) is the feeling experienced by many people who are required to remember and manage a lot of passwords. And how many ...

Getting Excited About SEO Brain Games

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

Ok, just stumbled across this site allowing to create your own brain games and got a bit obsessed creating SEO-related crosswords, word search games, and puzzles. Here are a few of my quick creations in case you have a minute or two and are wondering how to spend them: SEO Crossword: ...

Search Cloudlet Adds Twitter Tag Clouds

Friday, March 13th, 2009

I recently shared on SEJ my latest favorite FireFox addon Search Cloudlet that generated a tag cloud of Google and Yahoo SERPs. I have also suggested its possible implication for keyword context research. The interesting part of this whole thing is that the tool developers appeared to be based in my ...

Internet Marketing Top Blogs – WinningTheWeb

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

WinningTheWeb shook the Internet Marketing world by announcing the launch of the ultimate list of Internet marketing blogs. Now you will know where to refer to once you want to refine your RSS subscription list! Site categories include affiliate marketing, blogging, copywriting, Internet marketing, link building, make money online, SEO ...

How to Test Your Site Usability with Five Second Test and Twitter

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

A few days ago I tested this blog homepage with one handy tool I recommend trying: Five Second Test. That was both fun and useful. Now what I did: got a screenshot of the blog home page; filled in the form; uploaded the screenshot there; posted the generated link at Twitter and asked ...