Yesterday I talked about some twitter marketing ideas at digitalks. In my presentation I referred to the page howtousetwitterformarketingandpr.com. All it shows is a big fat “Don't” and I highly doubted this thesis. Luckily my namesake Richard Pyrker aka @cycus has done a fantastic pundit-kitchen-digitalks-xsara-photoshop mash-up:
Lately, Xsara has become quite fascinated with all the realtime podcasting buzz. “I've spent enough time as a listener, time to get my own show,” she told me recently:
In times of financial crisis, good advice is even more expensive than usual. Many dogs are frightened to lose all their fortune. Instead of just watching bones go down the drain, Xsara decides to take her fate into her own paws.
Yup, there was a pagerank update this weekend which showed a couple of very interesting tendencies: Google is putting even more focus on the update cycles of a given page, gets stricter with domain pagerank but gives away a lot more juice for deeplinks. Incoming links are of course still the most important factor, but sadly Xsara has been relying too much on good reputation…
This week Xsara is making an important experience the hard way: even in the world of SEO dog enterprises, human ressource planning turns out to be a crucial factor in business success!
Who let the dogs out? It's happening again! Google, the old dog catcher, doesn't like sold links at all, so Xsara has to cover her trails. But there's something she might have overlooked…
The contract about her 24/7 online-life has been signed long ago – with a loud “wuff”. But now Xsara gets to know what it really means to spend every hour observed by the public, while paparazzi follow her every footstep – and she loves it.
Back in the days the pagerank algorithm was the greatest invention of all SERP times, and Xsara has learned the importance of organic link growth very fast. And since other SEO dogs know this as well, she now wants to increase commenting activity on here blog via the use of a dofollow-plugin. And she strives to be number one for the query “nofollow dog blog”… but there's a long and winding road in front of her!
Naturally, dogs prefer to do things doggy-style. Like Xsara, who recently found out about the advantages of Google knol. Ever since, I can't seem to interest her in social bookmarking any more…