Great article posted today by the Portland SEO Experts at Lithium Marketing. My summary of their information is this. SEO is not dead, but businesses are often times doing it wrong, especially when they try to do it on their own. There’s been a lot of companies shooting themselves in the foot lately with cheap or do it yourself SEO, that ended up getting their websites slapped by Google. I was a little surprised to hear them say that you couldn’t hire a good SEO for under $150k/year… but I guess if you really are a good SEO, then you can pretty much rank your own websites and make more money then that, so it makes sense. I do think the 5 tips are good, but I’m sure they could have gone in to more detail and made it a top 20 list if they wanted to.
LibyaDozens dead in Pakistan bus crash#link# Jordan media freedom down in 2013#link# clash in Ukraine's restive east#link# bodies recovered from S Korea ferry#link# culture in Iraq's Kurdish region #link# Godot of Egypt#link# Ukraine's political crisis#link# across Iraq leave many dead#link# Algerian soldiers killed in ambush#link# drone strike 'kills al-Qaeda fighters'#link# Pakistani journalist shot#link# removes 80 percent of chemical weapons#link# anger at Japan island surveillance unit#link# in latest attack on Egypt's police#link# 'blocks' UN envoy from Easter service#link#Bahrain in crisis and Middle East protests – live blogHere's a summary of events so far: • Bahrain: Five people are believed to have been killed and scores injured after Bahraini security forces raided peaceful protests in Pearl roundabout in the early hours of Thursday morning. Pictures have emerged showing brutal injuries sustained by protesters and, in one case, a young child. Riot police also targeted doctors and medics, while ambulances were prevented from reaching Pearl roundabout to collect the wounded. Gulf Arab foreign ministers are meeting in Bahrain tonight to discuss the unrest in the country, according to reports.
Strikes Degrade Libya's Defenses, But Threats RemainBy Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, March 20, 2011 – While the attacks on Libya’s integrated air and missile defense system have been successful, thousands of anti-aircraft artillery emplacements and portable missile launchers still pose threats to coalition air crews, the director of the Joint Staff said today. On the second day of Operation Odyssey Dawn, Navy Vice Adm. William E. Gortney said the coalition cruise missile strikes against selected air defense systems and facilities were successful, and that coalition ships and submarines launched 124 Tomahawk missiles against these targets.
Libyan, posthumously, is winner of the Louis Lyons AwardSHOWCASE | November 18, 2011 Mohammed Nabbous, killed in March during anti-Gadafi fighting, sent out the first images and sounds of the unrest from Benghazi to the outside world. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Nieman Fellows at Harvard University have selected Mohammed “Mo” Nabbous, founder of Libya Alhurra TV, as this year’s recipient of the Louis M. Lyons Award for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism. Nabbous, who was killed in March, was chosen as a representative of all those who courageously worked to disseminate news during the Arab Spring.
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Abdurrahim al-Keib named new interim PM1 November 2011Last updated at 00:02 Mr al-Keib, who is from Tripoli, is seen as a consensus candidate Libya's interim authorities have named Tripoli academic Abdurrahim al-Keib as the new prime minister.The Libyan ProtestsThe 2011 Libyan protests began as a series of protests and confrontations occurring in the North African state of Libya against the Government of Libya and its de facto leader Muammar al-Gaddafi. The unrest began on 15 February 2011 and continues to the present. Protests have centered on Libya’s two largest cities, the capital of Tripoli in the west, and Benghazi in the east and tends to spread to other cities.
Gates: Military Effort in Libya One Part of SolutionBy Cheryl Pellerin American Forces Press Service ABOARD A MILITARY AIRCRAFT, March 20, 2011 – As the United States and its coalition partners establish the no-fly zone they hope will keep Moammar Gadhafi from “slaughtering his own people,” military forces are just one way to bring stability to Libya, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today. “The tool box we bring with us to this [military action] has things in it in addition to hammers,” Gates told reporters traveling with him en route to Russia. “There’s a whole range of political and economic sanctions and a variety of other actions that have been taken.” The first objective is to accomplish the mandate set forth in U.N.
Libya's schools trying to reform pro-Gaddafi curriculumStory from The World. Listen to the above audio for a complete report. Since the toppling and death of former Libyan president Moammar Gadhafi, change is the watchword in Libya. A new prime minister has been named, a new transitional government is expected, and portraits of fallen martyrs are replacing pictures of Gadhafi in public spaces. But perhaps one of the most crucial changes is happening in more discrete locations: in schools, all across the country.
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