The Blogs & Search Blogs With The Most Readers

Which blogs have the most feed subscribers from Self Made Minds is an excellent rundown on top blogs according to the number of RSS or feed subscribers they have, according to FeedBurner. Search Marketing Blogs by RSS Subscribers from Lee Odden at the Online Marketing Blog takes the idea and focuses it on search blogs. Below, a bit more on how this starts to turn FeedBurner counts into a preferred currency for blogs seeking respect -- plus how to tap into the feed counts for some FeedBurner-hosted feeds, even if they aren't published online. FeedBurner is a great feed management service tha [...]

New Search Blogs From Women

I've written before about how there are many women are involved in search and search marketing, but blogrolls like ours can still feel man heavy. Fortunately, there are some new blogs up from women in search, including Google Webmaster Central's Vanessa Fox. Here's a round-up. Let's start with Google, and some background on other personal blogs by those who work with webmasters. To date, that's been the men. Back in August 2005, Google search quality czar Matt Cutts launched his own blog (still currently down for April Fool's), which soon turned into a resource for those wanting to know m [...]

Pandia Offers Custom Search For Search Information

Pandia is offering a free custom search called the Search Engine Detective, a meta search engine which lets you do specialized searches for anything search engine related. Search Engine Detective give you two options: "All the best sites about search engines" searches a wide variety of sites and blogs on search engine optimization and the search engine industry. If you want to search just the very best sources — the search engines’ own blogs and those of the top industry experts and old timers, select "Top 25 sites about search engines". What's included in the top 25? We're flattered tha [...]

Happy Anniversary, ResearchBuzz!

Tara Calishain's wonderful ResearchBuzz, tagged as "news about search engines, databases, and other information collections," marked a major milestone yesterday, with 400 "issues" having appeared in nearly nine years of publication. If you're not familiar with ResearchBuzz, you should be. Many search marketers aren't familiar with the "other side" of the search universe, populated by people who actually spend their time sleuthing for information rather than trying to gain high rankings or improved conversion rates. Understanding the needs of searchers can help improve your own search marketin [...]

SEOmoz Launches YOUmoz Group SEM Blog

Over the weekend, search marketing blog SEOmoz launched a new design and section of of the site named YOUmoz. YOUmoz is a place you can go and post your own content or rate the posts that others submit. You can listen to an MP3 file of all the new features over here. SEOmoz also made a collection of SEO training posts over time, which are worth checking out. [...]

SEO Blogs Under Hack Attack

First Graywolf's blog was hacked, then I just found Stuntdubl has gone down when I was about to send some link love his way. I'll hold that for tomorrow. They're not the only ones. The culprit is over here and writes (NOTE: Links no longer work as this WordPress hosted account was promptly suspended for violating the terms of service): My name is XXX. I am XXX years old, I live in XXX and I’m what some people might call a "computer geek [...]

A Big List of Search Marketing Blogs

Can't get enough about search marketing each day? Lee Odden has a cure for information underload: A huge list of more than 250 search marketing blogs, updated every Friday (here's the list of new blogs added last Friday). Have a blog and want to get added to the list? Simply link to the list and Lee will see the link in his stats, which will prompt him to look at your blog (this is also a brilliant link baiting strategy—Kudos, Lee!). Lee is also providing an OPML file so you can easily import all 250+ blogs into your own feed reader. [...]

Search Engine Journal’s 2006 Blog Awards Announces Winners

Search Engine Journal has announced all the winners of the 2006 blog awards that we voted for a couple weeks ago. Here are the winners broken down: Best SEO Blog of 2006 goes to SEOMoz. 2nd place goes to Search Engine Roundtable and 3rd place goes to SEO Book. Best Search Marketing Blog of 2006 goes to Search Engine Roundtable. 2nd place goes to Marketing Pilgrim and 3rd place goes to Shoe Money. Best Search Blogger of 2006 goes to Matt Cutts. 2nd place goes to Danny Sullivan and 3rd place goes to Barry Schwartz. Best Search Engine News Blog of 2006 goes to Search Engine Watch Blog. 2 [...]

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