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  1. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    Rae, the commenter on Cutts' blog, is Rae Hoffman, an SEO consultant and webmaster of http://sugarrae.com/. Let's be honest: no one really likes working for free. I'm not talking about volunteering. I volunteer around my community when I have the...

  2. How to Solve the Sexism in SEO 'Problem': Stop Complaining & Take Action

    Rae Hoffman, AKA Sugarrae, CEO of PushFire At SES New York in March, I organized the first Girls' Night Out for some of the female SES speakers. Not only was a great way to put finally put faces to names, it was an opportunity for us to really hone...

  3. The Future of Affiliate Marketing

    Sugarrae) have taken advantage of this for years. Proving how she is always in front of the curve on all things affiliate, Sugarrae wrote a great overview and best practices article on affiliate marketing that holds true today and suggested an idea...

  4. The Better You Rank...the Better You Rank!

    Rae Hoffman (AKA "Sugarrae") recently wrote an excellent piece, "You Don't Need SEO to Rank in Google. For the most part, the basics of sound SEO remain the same today and they have for years. You need:

  5. Twitter Brings Back People Search

    Sugarrae: Google Pushed Twitter To NoFollow All Links? Want to find a person by name on Twitter (again)? Well, now you can (again). Twitter has brought back the ability to search for a person by name.

  6. SearchDay | All That Glitters Is Not Chrome

    Sugarrae: Google Pushed Twitter To NoFollow All Links? Posted by Frank Watson Sep 4, 2008 While the rest of the world was distracted by the launch of Chrome, Sugarrae aka Rae Hoffman - definitely a woman who "pulls rank" - was covering the...

  7. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    Google Doesn’t Know the Face of “Evil”, Sugarrae They may be the victim, finding their own optimized content duplicated without permission and showing up in targeted search results. Or they may be an infringer, stealing copyrighted content from...