Our newest Search Engine Land column, 100% Organic, launches today. 100% Organic will appear every Thursday, featuring columns from Greg Boser, Todd Friesen, Shari Thurow, Stephan Spencer, and Jill Whalen and will cover issues related to being listed in the free, natural or “organic” listings in search engines.

Today’s debut features Shari Thurow on Term Highlighting and Search Engine Optimization.

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  • http://seo-theory.blogspot.com/ Michael Martinez

    It would be helpful if all these new sections could be reached through tabs at the top of the page (please don’t bury them in that horrific blogroll in the margin).

  • http://brianmseo.blogspot.com Brian M

    I agree 100% – the blogroll is horrific (Brett Tabke hasn’t updated his robots.txt blog since last September 1)

  • http://searchengineland.com Danny Sullivan

    In a few months, the site navigation will change to make it easier to reach the columns and other features. It makes sense to let a site grow first, then build navigation into what’s been established, sometime.

    Right now, any of the columns can be reached through the By Category drop-down box at the bottom of each page in the site or in the right-hand navigation.

    It would make no sense to put them in the blogroll, of course — these aren’t blog but columns as part of a blog. As for out blogroll being horrific — nah. It’s only on the home page of the site, and I see no problem with listing a lot of resources people might want to check out. I’d love to organize it in some way, but there’s simply not the time.

 

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