Tag Archives: WordPress

Three Generations of SEO (Part II)

This is part II in a series of posts on SEO-driven businesses. Part I is here. I see three generations of SEO optimization in the wild that build upon each other. Below are their distinguishing characteristics. SEO 1.0: human-driven SEO. … Continue reading

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Ouch, that hurts

Jeff Nolan points out in Venture Chronicles that East Coast VCs just don’t get it when it comes to Web 2.0. Harsh words but then he asks “where are the Web 2.0 companies on the East Coast?” Is it case … Continue reading

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Windows Live Writer Screencast

Jon Udell interviews JJ AllaireĀ andĀ Jack Ozzie about Windows Live Writer. It’s all captured in a nice screencast. If you see it, you’ll know why I enjoy blogging with WLW. The beta update fixed most of the issues that I had … Continue reading

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IE7 and WordPress

Matt Mullenweg and I talked briefly today about the problem of IE7 Beta 3 not working well with the authoring/preview features of WordPress. It seems to be something related to previews–the introduction of HTTP content into HTTPS admin sessions. Strangely, … Continue reading

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