Welcome to SEO Whistleblower

Welcome to SEO Whistleblower

Summary: A simple introduction to the SEO Whistleblower blog; a safe haven for everything related to Search Engine Optimization!

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Hello there and welcome to the latest addition on ZDNet: SEO Whistleblower!

Put simply, the goal of this blog is to provide you with a source to learn tried-and-true SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques while laying to rest its myths and bad practices. Join me as I help you bypass the self-proclaimed "gurus," avoid the pitfall of information overload, and show you just what SEO really is (and -- more importantly -- what it is not) in 2010 moving forward! You will discover how much SEO actually falls outside the realm of shrouded mysticism and much more into a realm of common sense and "best practices for the Web," so to speak. Likewise, you will become familiar with names and sites who are authorities on SEO, tools that will help you discover and implement SEO for your site or your client's sites, and SEO tips, tricks, and so much more.

If you aren't familiar with SEO, then consider yourself lucky to begin your journey here! If you're familiar with SEO, but only as a buzz word carrying a negative stigma, then prepare to learn what SEO is really all about and how you very well may be missing the boat if you're writing it off solely as a bunch of "hocus pocus" or measures to cheat the search engines.

So, once again, I want to welcome you here and reassure you that you've found a safe haven for all things SEO. Please do not hesitate to reach out via email or the comments section below if you have a question, comment, or concern. I'm here to help!

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    Stephen:
    A much needed blog and another great resource for FREE information is bruceclay.com an industry leader in the SEO/SEM world. They also offer courses and classes as well.

    No, I don't work for them, I just admire their standards tremendously. :o)

    Regards,
    Darlene Boyd
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    • RE: Welcome to SEO Whistleblower

      @brwnebear64 Hi, Darlene. Thank you for your contribution! I actually mentioned Bruce's company in a post I did recently regarding SEO certification. You can view it here: <a href="http://www.zdnet.com/blog/seo/seo-certification-and-standards-do-they-exist/233">http://www.zdnet.com/blog/seo/seo-certification-and-standards-do-they-exist/233</a>

      Thanks again for your comment and for your viewership!

      -Stephen
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    i like your blogs about <a href="http://www.top10google.it">SEO</a>
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  • RE: Welcome to SEO Whistleblower

    I have few questions regarding site internal linking.

    When Google saying link on pages should not be more than 100 links. Does it mean by internal links as well. If yes, then how would you control it as if some website has many links in navigation and your counts exceed that number. How will you manage it for better flow of page rank. Have a look at our website, one of <a href="http://www.e2solutions.net/effective_web_promotions_seo_company_india.htm">SEO Services</a> page where internal links are more than 100. Do you think it affect our rankings.
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