Not really much more to say than that. I found a post on his blog from not too long ago, and it cracked me up. Even people outside of internet marketing might find it worth checking out.
Now I’m already an iPhone user, but I’ve heard plenty about Google’s Android. And while I’m not able to do a fair comparison, Danny Sullivan (SEO extraordinaire) is, and he did.
He does more of a businessman’s review, as to how each phone worked in an efficient manner (or not), and what his impressions were of each overall. Check it out if you’re trying to decide between the two.
This is kind of older news (as in more than four days old), but you may have seen Facebook’s new privacy settings on your account. It’s caused a bit of a hubbub for some people – there’s concern about private information being available to the major search engines. Is there truth to this?
Well – yes. And the settings they asked you about were just a touch on the full privacy settings. If you care about what’s freely available to the world, you’ll want to step in to the main privacy screen. Here there are additional settings that Facebook didn’t display on that first update on the settings.
And there’s even more to it. Danny Sullivan has gone through it all in explicit detail on his blog, in this listing. I’d highly recommend going in and checking it out, to make sure you’re happy with what Facebook is showing the world.
For those of you who don’t know who Danny Sullivan is – one, if you’re an SEO, shame on you. Two, if you want to learn about SEO, learn who he is.
At any rate, Danny Sullivan is one of the most respected SEOs on the planet. He knows his stuff. He works diligently to learn about search engines (in particular, Google) and how they operate.
SEO is something that is becoming more and more well-known, as people and businesses realize this is how sites are to be found online. Because of this, there are a lot of gimmicky SEO plugs (“Pay only $200/month and 1st page listings in 90 days!” types of stuff) going around. They really annoy me.
Apparently Best Buy is getting in on this. And they’re including social media in their “be found online” mix. It’s through a company called “CloudProfile”. And it’s FREE.
The best part? They pitched to (of all people) Danny Sullivan. And he’s taking them up on their offer. See his word on it here.