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Apr 16
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

From my publisher (Wiley/Wrox):

Hello everyone,

I have placed the order for the addresses you provided.  The US addresses should receive the books by the end of this week. The international addresses should receive the books by the end of next week.

Thanks,
Ashley

Please drop a comment over when you receive your copy.  International copies were shipped.  Despite demand, we cannot ship any more free copies, sorry.  Thank you for your interest.  Enjoy!

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Apr 16
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: In Google's latest blatant exhibition of ridiculousness, Matt Cutts has now created an informal way to report paid links.  Matt, of course, like Mr. Ahmadinejad over in Iran, blames it on the Brits:"One thing I heard at SES London was that people wanted a way to report paid links specifically."Damn those Brits.  Damn them to hell!So here's how to report paid links:1.  Sell your soul.2.  Report it just like spam with subject "paidlink."Matt does claim its only to collect data to dogfood some algorithmic approaches; but I don't buy it.  If he wanted to do that, he'd just scrape text-link-ads.com…

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Apr 13
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: For those of you who have been patiently waiting, I apologize.  Everything always takes longer than expected.  The book is now available at the following online stores:(better price)(you can also check local store availability by zip code — only NY and NJ stores appear to have it.)Please note that it is still up in the air whether some of the international promo copies will be shipped.  Bear with me; my publisher may not be so happy about shipping to the EU.  We shall see.  I'll keep you posted.Thanks for waiting patiently.  Now blog about it, tell your friends, tell your…

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Mar 25
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: So everyone knows — and a few people have asked, I am well.  I have been sick, and I will be doing a post detailing, among other things, my unpleasant experience with medicine.  Thankfully, a few thousand dollars later (not covered by standard health care), I am 95% back to normal.And no, it wasn't the doctor from House that fixed me.  Rather, it was some really smart Hungarian guy with a funny accent.  Go figure. The book is on schedule for April 17.  Some people inquired about that as well.I will be blogging again soon.  For now, I'm on a…

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Feb 14
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

Chapter 1 tells you what the book is about, some of the foundations, and how its focus is very different than other SEO books.  Come and get it.  Tell me what you think in the comments.

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Feb 13
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: A few weeks ago (before I got sick), Wikipedia announced that they are "nofollowing" all links contained by articles — effectively telling search engines the links are untrusted and should not be factored as heavily into a ranking algorithm.I think this is patently ridiculous!If wikipedia tells the world its links are not trustworthy of a vote, what does it say about the reliability of their content as a whole?Isn't the point of collaborative editing that, by and large, the product of such an aggregation of edits — some good, some bad, will collectively achieve something high in quality?Rand Fishkin asserts…

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Jan 28
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

I am not feeling well lately, but have not abandoned this blog.  The book is on schedule, and I am OK overall (nothing life-threatening), but I posting may be a bit slower over the next few weeks because of general malaise.

No worries, though.  The book is on schedule, and I'm OK.  Guest posts are welcome.  Contact me if interested.

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Jan 25
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: Guest post by Joost de Valk. Every now and then when you search, whether it be Google, MSN, or Yahoo — RSS feeds show up in the SERPs. For instance, if you search for the popular blog boing boing on Google, the third result is the FeedBurner feed of that particular blog. This, of course, is a "bug." Most of us don't want feeds listed in the SERPs. It does however, make you think: Feeds are bound to rank for some terms unless they are excluded somehow. I won’t go in to why search engines seems to…

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