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  1. SEO Burn Notice: When You’re a Blogger, A Scorched Earth Policy Is a Bad Idea

    Blogger Steve Rubel recently blew away his blog in what he called his “Scorched Earth Policy” on the notion that moving to Tumblr would be better and he didn’t want to “confuse Google. Follow Steve Rubel though and you just might wind up playing...

  2. 7 Reasons Why Google Instant Makes SEO Dead-on Relevant

    Steve Rubel kicked off a furore among the SEO community during the Google Instant launch event on wednesday last week, which most people were following on Youtube. Whilst I would agree with Rubel's statement that "Google Instant.will change and...

  3. Will FriendFeed Change the Face of Search?

    Now, Steve Rubel is weighing in on the discussion over the power of FriendFeed's search, saying it could disrupt traditional search methods. Rubel thinks this is where Facebook and Google are headed as well.

  4. Highlights from the SEW Blog: February 25-29, 2008

    Steve Rubel comes out against "SEO shenanigans" and their corruption of social media in his Micropersuasion blog. Flickr photo sharing awards for SES London 2008Search Engine Strategies London wrapped up last week and the 2,000 attendees have...

  5. Highlights from the SEW Blog: Dec. 18, 2006

    Steve Rubel at Micropersuasion posits that Google is building a stealth podcast search engine. Steve Berkowitz, former CEO of Ask.com and now senior VP of Microsoft's Online Services Group, overseeing Windows Live and MSN, describes the challenges...

  6. Daily SearchCast, August 18, 2006: Google Execs Selling Stock; Washington Post Selling Text Links; Honestly, It's Go Ogle Checkout Not Google Checkout & More!

    Steve Rubel reported that the Washington Post launched a sponsored blogroll product that allows people to pay to be listed in the blogroll. Google goodbye to some old-school blog search engines; another click fraud lawsuit filed against Google...

  7. Three Years On, Google's Trademark Usage Letters Become News Again

    Steve Rubel, for one: Google's doing what it has to do as a trademark holder. Apparently three years, judging from the outcry over Google's "new" move to send out trademark protection letters asking people to be careful about how they use the...