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New Tool by jbenomore
August 18, 2009, 7:51 am
Filed under: SEO


This is a nice tool that pick up automatically the most popular words of you web page and makes a cloud out of it.

Then you can implement this cloud on you page and customise it with different colors, styles, etc.

Find it on


Google Sandbox / Caffeine by jbenomore
August 14, 2009, 8:02 am
Filed under: SEO


Google has unveiled its next search engine but before launching it for good they have launched a beta version  where users can give a feedback.

The following site enable you to see what are the results for both Google search engines, the current one next to the next one. And apparently we rank better better with the old one for ‘IT graduate jobs’.

The question is why?

A to Z Link Building strategy by jbenomore
July 22, 2009, 8:06 am
Filed under: SEO


In this article written by Garrett French, one can find some very valuable information about link building, such as which factors are important, how to search for potential inbound links, how to link bait, etc.

Nofollow Tag Pages by itjbmarketing
July 15, 2009, 8:13 am
Filed under: SEO


This article covers the recent changes Google have made to recognition of the no follow tag – to eliminate the use of the tag for page rank sculpting purposes.

Interesting read –

SEO Tracking & Linking by itjbmarketing
June 25, 2009, 7:50 am
Filed under: SEO

Hi All,

I have found a few interesting articles on the SEO front;


This article covers measurement of SEO and may provide some useful hints on how we can benchmark SEO outside of our current dashboard.  I think that the performance vs market share is an interesting consideration, one which you might adopt.


The second article covers sculpting PageRank and demonstrates how Google has made a change to the impact of nofollow on link juice.


Optimizing URL Structure by jbenomore
June 8, 2009, 8:30 am
Filed under: SEO

Bruce Keener run a few tests and brought a couple of tips to optimise your URL in terms of SEO. It is specially useful for blogs. Basically the shorter the URL is, the better it will rank. Also URL will rank better if you avoid including dates in it.

More details here:

New Search Innovation by itjbmarketing
May 18, 2009, 8:28 am
Filed under: SEO

Hi Guys,

There seems to be a lot going on in the land of search innovation. Here is the latest article I found;

Take a look at my article on Kumo – Microsofts new search engine set to launch in the next few weeks.  Interesting developments – they seem to be making advances in semantic search and also have incorporated blended search. 

What is also interesting is the latest Google changes to enable users to filter search results.  Have a look at the rich snippets feature – very interesting indeed.