After reviewing some Google Webmaster tools reports, I decided to make one tiny change: swap the word “tutorial” for “example” in the title of one of my pages. Result: it worked!
SEO Magic. Is there such a thing? It depends. SEO is not technically complicated. Yet, seeing your page to the top of a Google results page is still the holy grail of web masters. So it seems like SEO magic exists. Yet, while it may seem like magic, there are some basic (really basic) things Read More…
It took me twenty years, but I finally used sed
So I finally gave in and updated my blog engine. It was (almost) a seamless experience.
I’m trying to determine why my manually created sitemap are not getting fully indexed, whereas my wordpress submitted sitemaps are fully indexed. What is different?
I’m undertaking a more challenging search term in my “Prove It To Me – SEO Experiment” series. Let’s see if we can put this concept to work successfully. More SEO magic for you.
I have another blog that I use for other stuff. Some professional/programming related items, some general purpose items. One item that I set up there involved Search Engine Optimization (SEO). What I call SEO experiments – Prove-it-to-me. My latest experiment was a smash. Check out my Tattoo Fondness experiment page.
The next few weeks and months will have me working with new technology from Apache: SOLR, HADOOP, and Pig. Read how I got myself in this mess, and how I hope to get out of it.
It turns out that there is “pseudo inheritance” (my term) possible in CSS. Here’s a quick-n-dirty.
The other day I was struggling with generating XML data from a database I was working with. After talking with a co-worker, he mentioned using Transact-SQL and the “For XML Explicit” options related to a query. So I looked at how to accomplish this task using the .NET Framework.