I’m writing this after watching a terrific game of Monday Night Football and while Life & Rhymes: Kanye West (which I’ve already watched at least five times) is playing in the background. Not to mention, I have Weeds and Californication coming up. This is not far from being an ideal night for me… 😛
Anyway, it’s only Monday and I’ve already come across a handful of some of the best posts that I have read in awhile.
First, there’s the essentials:
- Eric Enge Interviews Google’s Matt Cutts – Matt may
not give us a solid answerneither confirm nor deny some issues, but there’s a lot of good meat here, too.
- Google Determining Search Authority Pages and Propagating Authority to Related Pages – Bill writes about yet another Google patent application.
- Analyst says Yahoo worth more if broken up – Interesting insight basically saying that Yahoo has its head up its ass and would be worth a lot more if they outsourced paid search, among other things.
- Search Engine Marketing Firm ReachLocal Takes $55.2 Million – Even crazier is that the company has a valuation of $305 million.
Discotastic (that means really, really good) posts:
- Hey Shari Thurow – Stop Sterotyping SEOs – Another kick-ass rant by Rae touching on everything I was thinking, but couldn’t have said any better.
- Interview of Eli from Blue Hat SEO.com – BlueHatSEO.com has become one of my favorite SEO blogs. If I had to choose between the Matt Cutts interview (above) or this one, I’d choose this one.
- How Yahoo (or Facebook) Could Really Kill Google – Great insight and a fantastic idea from Lucas Ng.
AND my most favorite post in the room (and definitely top 3 in the street, depending on the street):
- From Woodstock to Social Media – Not only did this post by Kim touch on my ardent fascination with the 60s, she tied it back to social media and ended it with an innocent and defeated sentiment, yet it instilled hope.
Alright, time for Weeds. Did I miss any goodies?
It’s only Monday!