Free Backlink List Liczniki.org - darmowe liczniki na twoją stronę Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO Cindy Cutts, my wife and best friend, passed away earlier this week. While I was traveling for work recently, Cindy went to visit her family in Omaha, Nebraska. On Sunday, while enjoying time with family, Cindy started having trouble breathing. Cindy didn’t want any callouts on my blog, so I always just referred to her as my wife. Cindy enjoyed falling asleep to Parks and Rec. Cindy and I knew each other for 23 years and we were married for 18 years, which is no small thing. If anyone wants to send flowers, the service is at Heafey-Hoffmann-Dworak-Cutler at 7805 W Center Rd in Omaha on Saturday, March 10th, starting at 3pm. For the people who didn’t get to meet her, Cindy looked like a movie star: She loved hanging with her family, like her sister and niece and nephew: She had the best smile and amazing green eyes: And her cat Ozzie adored her as much as I did: Please give your friends or family a hug for me.
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Let's all grow up | Zen and the Art of Programming Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 in Programming | 56 comments A few days ago I wrote a comment on Hacker News. Here it goes. I hate how being harsh has become fashionable. Whatever happened to manners? This spontaneous reaction was in response to a blog that attempted to be humorous by using the word “fucking” multiple times in reference to Adobe’s UIs which were perceived as lacking a native look and feel. I stand behind those words. It’s worth caring about this toxic environment, where nastiness and negativity are not only tolerated but to a certain extent encouraged, because of its effects on the community. By simply fast-forwarding one or two days, we find Michael Arrington’s emotional article about an upsetting encounter with a conference attendee who spat on him, only to quickly leave, hiding himself in the crowd. You may disagree with Michael’s analysis of the so-called Web 2.0 world. Don’t think that Michael and I are good friends. Let’s all grow up. No related posts.
Ces fonctions Excel et Google Docs dont les référenceurs raffolent - Blog SEO Les tableaux Excel, les listes hyper-exhaustives de mots-clés dans lesquelles on passe une grosse partie de notre temps, ça vous parle ? Je me rend compte que finalement il serait temps de partager ce savoir pour faciliter le travail de nombreux référenceurs, à savoir les fonctions automatiques Excel (hors macros) et les fonctions gadgets sous Google Docs. Fonctions de base Excel Support le plus courant, le tableau Excel de mots-clés (export Advanced Web Rankings, export Google AdWords générateur de mots-clés, export SEMRush, etc…). Format de chiffres non reconnus Excel (cas AWR) à transformer : taper « 1″ dans une cellule vide, copier ce dernier, puis sélectionner tous les chiffres non compatibles. Fonctions importHTML et importXML sous Google Docs Autre outil, les fonctions Import qui pourront récupérer soit une chaine de caractères d’une page HTML, ou bien d’un fichier XML. Exemples d’utilisation : Créer un graphique longue traine SEO Créer un graphique des mots-clés longue traine
Resources Defining Key Performance Indicators Jason Burby | August 16, 2005 | 0 Comments inShare0 Defining the right metrics for your business. On my daily view of the Yahoo Web Analytics Forum, managed by Eric Peterson, I ran into an interesting question. It got me thinking about what the right metrics are for an individual company. I kept changing the KPIs in my response as I thought through the different companies we've worked with. Webopedia.com defines a KPI this way: KPIs, or key performance indicators help organizations achieve organizational goals through the definition and measurement of progress. A few key components in this definition: "Organizational goals." In the past few years, a number of analytics tool providers have approached me about what "standard" KPIs they should build into their tracking tools. Don't worry about the KPIs your competitors use; in many cases, they don't have well-defined KPIs and success metrics for their Web channel.
RobotStats : analyse des visites des robots, par Olivier Duffez (WebRankInfo) CSS and the meaning of life Wow, my little CSS screed seems to have really hit a nerve. In just six hours it has hit #6 on the Reddit front page (up to #5 now). I didn't even submit it to Reddit because it has been ages since I was able to get any traction over there! All those karma points, they could have been mine. Oh well. I would love to respond to all the comments, but the volume is pretty overwhelming. Yes, you are an idiot. Why mince words? I don't want to re-fight the CSS wars here. One possibility, of course, is that one side is right and the other side is wrong, and that the people on the wrong side are simply dim-witted or intransigent, or both. I humbly submit for your consideration the possibility that different people want different things out of life. Underlying my conclusion that tables were the way to go was a tacitly assumed quality metric that not everyone shares. There are other aspects of my quality metric about which I was aware, but about which I was not explicit. I like simplicity.