Monthly Archives: August 2011

More writings on gTLDs and SEO

I recently wrote about why there’s good reason to believe that controlling your own gTLD can positively impact SEO.  This socialmediatoday post covers much of the same topic, and SearchInsider goes into depth on the idea that you can create … Continue reading

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New gTLDs and SEO, part 2 of 2

Last time I described the reasons to be optimistic that a well chosen gTLD filled with quality, relevant content can become an SEO enhancer.   I don’t know that  your own TLD will immediately cause your pages to rocket up the … Continue reading

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New gTLDs and SEO, part 1 of 2

There is a great deal of interest and debate surrounding the question of how the new, upcoming gTLDs will affect search engine optimization (SEO).  With quite a bit of help from some of my new colleagues at Melbourne IT Digital … Continue reading

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The one standing order that all knowledge workers should have

In my career I’ve held and managed a lot of knowledge worker positions, particularly positions where a considerable amount of strategic thinking is required for success.  Over the years I’ve evolved a single standing order that everyone who works for … Continue reading

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New gTLDs are on the way

We’re about to reach a sea change moment in internet naming.  Starting early next year, organizations will be able to apply for their own Top Level Domains (TLDs).  TLDs are the rightmost strings on internet addresses.  We’re all familiar with … Continue reading

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