Archive for the ‘Blogs’ Category

The Fine Art of “Link Love:” A Lesson in Pimping Rides and Boosting Rankings

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

Link ChainSince my last post broached “Twettiquette” and the process for retweeting and the Twitterverse received the content so warmly, this week I’ll address the fine art of linking. Y’know – those underlined words on websites and blog posts that lead to other websites or related content.

There are ways of hyperlinking text that pulls more weight across the interwebz and with the search engine spiders than others. We’ll talk about what they are and the whatzits and whozits behind the search engine madness. If I were you, I’d grab a bloody mary – this is a fun ride, but one best taken well-lubricated! ;-)

Calling All Guest Bloggers! We want you!

Friday, January 30th, 2009

Here at we aim to bring you the best in social media search. However, we don’t just want to talk about social media, we want to engage it. We want this blog to be our hub for the social media users that just can’t get enough social media search. Therefore, we want to use this blog as a place to regularly highlight some of the trends and happenings in the world of social media search. The thing is, we can’t do it alone, we need your help! We are now actively looking for bloggers that would like to write guest post here. This is a great opportunity for those that need a little experience and exposure, and for those that just want a new place to write.

Selected guest bloggers will be asked to stay on as permanent writers and help us build our community. If you are interested in writing here, contact us with the following:

  • Name
  • Email
  • URL
  • Link to Writing Sample
  • Three post ideas that you would like to write.

Favorite Blog Search Tool??

Friday, October 10th, 2008

The WhosTalkin platform is still under a private beta. As we work to modify and prefect the search algorithms we are constantly looking for the best ideas and options. please take a moment to help us shape our search algorithm, by answering the following question:

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