These are my Delicious links for March 6th through March 7th:

  • TwitteReader
  • Combating SEO Implementation Paralysis – Search Engine Watch (SEW) – For several years, SEO consultants and agencies have faced one major challenge, beyond keeping up with ever-changing organic ranking algorithms: lack of implemented recommendations. What causes this "implementation paralysis"? The answer is typically grouped into three areas:

    1. Technology barriers.
    2. The approval process.
    3. Ownership issues within the site's organization.

  • Don’t be a Social Media Sleestack – Now that social media in general and Twitter specifically is going more mainstream, it seems like the Sleestacks are scurrying out of their dark corners in increasing numbers. So what does being a social media Sleestack in mean? It means operating in ways that are nefarious at best, dishonest as worst.
  • Importance Of SEO Makes Front Page Of Los Angeles Times – What a nice surprise to see on the front page of the Los Angeles Times today a story that features how important SEO is to web sites.
  • SEOmoz | What Digital Experience Does Your CEO Need? – One of my strategic objectives this year is to get closer to the boards of some of our large clients. It should be clear to all of us in search that the companies winning the search game are those prepared to think about it most strategically. If nothing else, the trends towards brands performing increasingly well (as discussed eloquently by Aaron recently) reflects changes to the underlying algorithms and / or an increasing sophistication from (some) big brands when it comes to search.
  • The 48 Laws of Power
  • Twitter VC Laughs at the Idea that Twitter Has No Business Model – ReadWriteWeb – Todd Dagres, founder of Spark Capital and one of the VCs that poured an additional $35 million into Twitter recently, finds it amusing when people talk about Twitter's lack of a business model.
  • Twitter Meets Parasite Hosting | WebProNews
  • Why HTML
  • Surfin’ Safari – Blog Archive » Understanding HTML, XML and XHTML
  • XForms 1.1
  • HTML 5 Reference – HTML 5
  • HTML 5 – Work on HTML5 originally started in late 2003, as a proof of concept to show that it was possible to extend HTML4's forms to provide many of the features that XForms 1.0 introduced, without requiring browsers to implement rendering engines that were incompatible with existing HTML Web pages. At this early stage, while the draft was already publicly available, and input was already being solicited from all sources, the specification was only under Opera Software's copyright.
  • Social Marketing on the Cheap … Probably Not Prudent » Social Networking San Diego
  • HTML and XHTML 5 : Overview – Hidden Pixels – HTML 5 (HyperText Markup Language Version 5) is the fifth major revision of the core language of the World Wide Web, HTML. HTML 5 specifies two variants of the same language, a "classic" HTML (text/html) variant known as HTML 5 and an XHTML variant known as XHTML 5. This is the first time that HTML and XHTML have been developed in parallel. The HTML 5 draft specification defines a single language that can be written in HTML and XML.and addresses the needs of Web Applications, an area previously not adequately covered by HTML.
  • Buzz Monitoring = Brand Development – Search Engine Watch (SEW) – Every day, people are talking online about your company and products. Some discussions are positive; some are negative. The trick is to capitalize on these discussions to build a better brand and link popularity.
  • SUPERAntiSpyware.com – AntiAdware, AntiSpyware, AntiMalware!
  • 10 ways to measure social media success | Blog | Econsultancy – There’s so much talk about social media that it is easy for people to become cynical, perhaps losing track of the fact that it can have a positive impact on your business.

    So how can you determine whether a social media strategy is proving beneficial to your business? How do you know that it is working out for you? And is now really the best time to find out?

  • Twitter Is More Than Connecting – It has been said (too often) that Twitter is for connecting. And with over 6 million users it certainly is. But it’s for so much more than just connecting.

    * Can you learn on Twitter? Personally I think it’s one of the best places on the net to get an education on just about any subject you care to name.
    * Can you get traffic on Twitter? More than you can cope with if you’re prepared to invest a little time and a little of yourself.
    * Can you sell on Twitter? Yes, if you make the right moves.

  • SEO Linguistics: Updates, Changes, Glitches, Semantics, & NOISE : SEO Book.com – A lot of our best SEO tips are shared on the blog here. That strategy originally came to be because my original business model (for this site) was to sell an ebook, and it was hard to stuff everything inside 1 ebook and expect it to come out congruent, especially

    * while selling it to a wide audience
    * when revising it many times
    * with SEO touching upon so many other disciplines like psychology, sociology, public relations, branding, advertising, content creation, information architecture, social networking, algorithm testing, etc.

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Seth Goldstein is the Principal Creative Director at Goldstein Media LLC. He has been in the Web design and Internet marketing business for more than 10 years. A self-proclaimed technologist, Seth is addicted to all types of technology. He loves to help businesses of all sizes figure out the best way to use the Internet to grow their business.

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