Almost 6 years ago, SEO by the Sea was born in a thought inspired by the sight of sails bobbing up and down on waves where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, in Havre de Grace, Maryland. The town is a sleepy historic place, which comes alive during weekends, when many visit the antique … Read more Looking Back after 6 Years and 1,000 Posts
I took a look back at the posts here from 2010 and tried to decide which ones stood out for me in some way. These are some of my favorites from last year: Web Self-Help for Small Business This post was inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s self-help approach and a look back at when I first … Read more Favorite SEO by the Sea Posts from 2010
It’s chilly on the Atlantic seaboard, with the days getting shorter and nights getting colder. I love the change of seasons, but hate that it gets dark so early. I’m looking forward to December 22, when the days start getting longer again. I have some news, and some links to things that I liked to … Read more Winter by the Seaside
I toyed with the idea of a recap of top posts from the year. I sifted through stats, and made a list of the most visited SEO by the Sea posts. I started going through my archives, and making another list of my favorite posts. And then I looked at the size of the list … Read more Remainders from 2007: Good Stuff I Didn’t Get to Yet
I rarely write about the search marketing industry here, focusing mostly instead upon search related patents and papers, and an occassional event. There are some happenings and posts that I do want to point out though. I was asked to be a judge in the semi-finals of 2007 Rubber Chicken Award for Humor in the … Read more And the winner is….