I mentioned in a post earlier this year that I was going back to being a boutique social media consultancy, and this week I launched the site for Kairay Media, our new company. Over the 6 months, I have spent a large majority of my time improving our content marketing system, creating our infographic creation […]
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Digg made a change to their site today, adding the no-follow attribute to all external links until they felt sure the link was safe.
They also issued a statement about the change on their blog and even went as far as to speak directly to SEOs, saying they would indeed lose some of the authority they may have been getting from Digg in the past.
“These changes reduce the incentive to post spammy content (or link spam) to Digg, while still flowing ’search engine juice’ freely to quality content. We’ve added
rel=”nofollow” to any external link that we’re not sure we can vouch for. This includes all external links from comments, user profiles and story pages below a certain threshold of popularity.”
Helen Overland did an article recently on Search Engine People about SEOs and their Astrology signs.
What’s You Sign Baby gave a little explanation of what type of SEO you were likely to work with based on their Astrology sign. It was quite an interesting post that I recommend you check out.
I happen to be a Scorpio and this is what they had to say about myself and other Scorpio SEOs: