Hey there, what’s shakin’? It’s time again for this week’s edition of SEO Dojo Radio! Yes, I know, you’ve been just dying for it right? This week it will just be the regulators (Terry, Steve, Justin and myself) talking smack for the next hour or so. Among the many things we’re hoping to cover, we have;
- From the (Dojo) Boards; is SEO getting too hard?
- On SNC; Search user behaviour study
- Comment spam WTF?
- Shopping @ Google heats up
- Google; my signals are bigger than yours
- Business.com closes; are directories dead?
- Matt Cutts speaks
We’ve no guest this week, so you’re stuck with us. We were hoping to have Barry Schwartz on, but he’s feeling under the weather, so we will have him back on next week with us. We’ve a LOT of goodies to yak about this week, so it won’t be a problem.
- Search User Behaviour on SNC
- Comment spam for links. REALLY? 83 tweets? REALLY?
- Raven plays with comment spammers
- Local Heatmaps = More to Think About with New Google SERPs
- Two Weeks Later: Changes in Google Local Traffic – tempest in a tea pot as usual?
- Key Takeaways From Google’s Matt Cutts Talk At PubCon
- Dear Bing, We Have 10,000 Ranking Signals To Your 1,000. Love, Google
- Business.com Closing: Directory Links A Thing Of Past?
- Google’s new fashion portal – a sign of verticals to come?
- Improvements to Google Product search