Bookmarklet to load Google Maps after marking of any address on any site
For a long time I was searching for a possibility to get any address very easy into Google Maps without:

- marking it manually
- copying it to clipboard
- entering http://maps.google.com into browser
- hitting return
- pasting it into Google Maps
- hitting return

...

Life could be so easy. Now I mark the address and click on Map it! Nothing more to do!

You only need to save this to your browser's favorites or - if possible in your browser's toolbar via drag and drop:

Map it

If you like, you can change afterwards http://maps.google.com to your specific Google Maps page in your country - like: http://maps.google.de.

Have fun!




This blog post Google Maps Bookmarklet is categorized under Miscellaneous. Permalink. Archive Juli 2012.



Ein Freund stellte mir eine Frage, die dazu führte, dass ich diese jedem beantworten möchte. Und zwar auf Deutsch, da seit Monaten gerade in Deutschland etwas abgeht, das so nicht funktioniert. Die Frage:

Ich habe 10.000 Follower bei Twitter erreicht, aber bekomme so gut wie keinen Traffic darüber auf meine Seite. Wieso nicht?

Stell Dir vor, Du gehst durch eine Fußgängerzone und klebst im Vorbeilaufen jedem Passanten den Aufkleber "Freund" oder "Mag Dich" auf. Was bringt das? Wenn wir jetzt den Marketing-Experten zur Seite stellen und Guerilla-Marketing ausschließen: NICHTS. Du klebst 1.000 Leuten einen Aufkleber auf und dann? Richtig, Du hast die Zeit und die Kosten für die Aufkleber verschwendet. Der ein oder andere gibt Dir noch dazu eine Ohrfeige oder zeigt Dich sogar an. (bei Twitter: er blockiert Dich)

Was bringen 10.000 Follower?

A: nichts
B: viel

Bei nahezu allen Twitter-Usern (bei den letzten menschlichen Überlebenden im Twitter-Spam-Universum) tritt Möglichkeit A - wie oben begründet - ein.

Zig Agenturen im Web verkaufen Follower, was nicht erlaubt ist, und zur Löschung des Twitter-Accounts führen kann. In Deutschland ist es modern geworden, dass nahezu jede Internetagentur Unternehmen rät einen Twitter- und Facebook-Account anzulegen, da er notwendig wäre. Man will ja schließlich mit der Zeit gehen. Hier wird natürlich auch der Service und die Pflege gerne offeriert, die dann schnell ein paar tausend Euro kostet. Wobei: dafür habe ich Verständnis, wenn hier gute Arbeit geleistet wird, da es sehr viel Zeit kostet und regelmäßige, tägliche Aufwendungen bedarf.

Aber es bringt halt in nahezu allen Fällen nichts. Wieso? Wie erreicht man Möglichkeit B?

Man holt sich jemanden, der für einen Tag Schulung 4.950 EUR verlangt, zzgl. Reisekosten (Flug, Hotel, Spesen). Der einen Theorie erklärt, die sich in der Praxis nicht umsetzen lässt, weil einem das i-Tüpfelchen unbekannt bleibt. Die Prise Salz, die noch fehlt? Und weil man sowieso die Zeit nicht aufwenden kann. Selbst wenn man es dann am Anfang für ein paar Tage oder Wochen tut: all die Arbeit verschwindet wieder im Jenseits, sobald man pausiert oder aufhört.

Social Media Optimization ist VÖLLIG anders. Nur das verstehen ein Großteil der Twitter- und Facebook-User überhaupt nicht.

SMO bedeutet, dass Du WAHRE Freunde hast. Du machst überall mit denen gemeinsam etwas: digg & Co., Twitter, Facebook usw. Du lernst sie kennen, weil Du "mutual" bist: sie tun was für Dich und Du was für die. Wahre Freunde kommen auch auf Deine Facebook- und Twitter-Seite und schauen, was Du so machst. Sie empfehlen Dich weiter.

Darauf basiert das Ganze. Und sobald man weiß, wer wessen realer Freund ist, ist das GOLD für Werbung & Marketing. Unbezahlbar. Weil wenn Freund A sich einen Porsche kauft, dann wird Freund B neidisch und will ihn auch. Also zeigt man Werbung von Porsche bei Freund B. etc.

Wie kann man denn trotzdem was bei Twitter und Facebook erreichen, wenn es überhaupt keine Möglichkeit gibt, so viele wahre Freunde zu bekommen?

Lassen wir Facebook jetzt außen vor, wobei es dort genauso ist.

Twitter: das große Geheimnis von Twitter ist?

Dasselbe Geheimnis wie von allen Social Media-Seiten. Das hat auch Google umgesetzt beim PageRank für diese Seiten. (dieser wird regelmäßig über die Google Toolbar geändert, auch ohne TBPR-Update)

Bist Du nicht aktiv, ist Dein Account tot. Auf der Social Media Seite als auch bei Google. Dein PR verschwindet und Du tauchst nicht mehr auf.

Wie funktioniert das bei Twitter?

Jeden Tag 2 - 3 Tweets und hier und da mal jemandem folgen = kein Erfolg.

Bei Twitter ist man nur dann ggf. erfolgreich, wenn man kontinuierlich aktiv ist: zig Tweets pro Tag, kontinuierlich folgen, nicht mehr folgen, User zu Listen hinzufügen, FollowFriday und was auch immer. Bereits in den ersten 10 Minuten, in denen man kontinuierlich aktiv ist, merkt man, dass man von Spam-Accounts sofort gefolgt wird. Es kommen neue Follower, weil die Tweets, die man schreibt, in der Timeline von den "Freunden", erscheinen. Und weil man selbst in anderen Twitter-Accounts erscheint, wenn man jemandem folgt.

Gibt es denn überhaupt eine Möglichkeit mit Twitter erfolgreich zu werden? Was bringt mir als Unternehmen ein Twitter-Account? In der Regel gar nichts, denn kaum ein Unternehmen hätte wirtschaftliches Interesse daran, den Aufwand zu bezahlen, der dafür notwendig wäre, um den Account hochzuziehen.

Und was passiert, wenn man all das macht, aber der richtig große Erfolg ausbleibt? Dann macht man das, was im Bereich der Social Media Optimierung üblich war und ist: man erstellt zig Persönlichkeiten, die miteinander kommunizieren. "Wahre" Freunde, "echte" Menschen mit lächelnden Gesichtern, die sich kontinuierlich schreiben, empfehlen, Rezensionen zu Produkten erstellen etc. Oder man kauft sich Automated Twitter Software, die selbst Persönlichkeiten erzeugt, die sich miteinander automatisch unterhalten. Solange, bis Twitter darauf aufmerksam wird, was immer mehr und mehr ausgeschlossen ist.

Wie erzeuge ich noch mehr Aufmerksamkeit bei Twitter?
Das war noch eine ergänzende Frage.

1. Unbekannten eine(n) Reply/Antwort senden. Frage stellen. Reaktion provozieren.
2. ReTweeten: Tweets von anderen in seinem Profil retweeten.
3. Hashtags verwenden: #keyword #keyword (erscheinen bei Twitter und in der Live-Suche von Google)
4. Aufbau der Tweets optimieren, z. B.

Habe gerade XY getestet. Einfach klasse: [link] Freund kauft das jetzt auch. #keyword #keyword Guck es Dir an!

Erst Text, dann Link, dann nochmal Text, dann Keyword(s) als Hashtags und nochmal Text. Und Platz lassen für ReTweets.

5. Andere User Listen zuordnen, deren Listen abonnieren. Diese User (und Listen) anderen regelmäßig empfehlen.

etc.

Und was passiert, wenn man mal für eine Zeit nicht mehr aktiv ist?
Alles, was nicht im sichtbaren Bereich ist, verschwindet im Nirvana, für immer. Alles, was nicht JETZT durch die Timeline anderer Twitter User scrollt, ist alt und vergessen. Jeder Link als Follower von einem anderen Twitter-Account wird schnell verdrängt von anderen Followern und verschwindet auch dorthin: ins Nirvana.

Dieser Blogpost ist nicht optimiert, ich setze keine Backlinks, aber ich musste das mal loswerden.

Dieser Blogpost Twitter, Facebook & Co.: Follower, Freunde, Mag ich und bringt alles nichts - Wieso? wurde kategorisiert in Suchmaschinenoptimierung, SEO Web 2.0, Social Media Optimization, SMO. Permalink. Archiv: Oktober 2010





It's quiet a long time ago since I wrote a post. No time for that. But now I am proud to present you a solution for Bulk Unfollow on Twitter. It's still not allowed for any application to offer this feature, but I found an article from Laurence that describes the things I don't have to describe now in detail as he did before.

So if you want to unfollow all that are not following you, proceed:

You may know Jason Calacanis from L. A. He's the founder of Mahalo, a great Blogger and entrepreneur. He did some awesome Twitter stuff as well. Visit ManageFlitter, click "Start", Connect to twitter via OAuth and sit and wait.

This twitter application has unfollowed more that 20 million twitter accounts in the past 4 months. Of course you unfollow at your own risk and you have to see if twitter may be angry about it.

Oh, "299 people that you follow are not following you." What a shame. Ok. There are 3 pages with each 100. But do I have to check all of those with 299 clicks? Yes. Seems to be.

Now we return to Laurence's article. He suggests to use a cool Firefox plugin that does nothing else than checking all boxes. Olá!

Read all details at Laurence's article:
How To Bulk Unfollow On Twitter in Minutes

Maybe there will be some day another solution for Your Twitter Karma by Dossy Shiobara?




This blog post Bulk Unfollow on Twitter - Finally a solution! is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive Juli 2010.



Twitter Karma - Compare real-time data before unfollow


During development of HQFollowBack we experienced that received data were not up-to-date increasingly over the last few weeks. Before you start unfollowing twitter accounts with Twitter Karma, be careful and compare real-time data at your Twitter account with the results of Twitter Karma, else you may unfollow hundreds of accounts that are already following you and you may get blocked by several Twitter users afterwards.

This is NOT a malfunction of Twitter Karma, but in fact caused by Twitter API.

Below find a short example as proof for this fact. Both screenshots were taken at the same time:

Twitter Karma - Delayed data caused by Twitter API

Twitter Karma - Delayed data caused by Twitter API


Twitter user Wulffy - Following and Followers in real-time

Twitter user Wulffy - Following and Followers in real-time


All followers are followed back, but Twitter API still delivers some that are not seem to be followed back.

Twitter API: 42,603 mutual friends
Real-time: 42,853 mutual friends

We love to use Twitter Karma as it is one of the best Twitter tools ever, but Twitter has urgently to improve the up-to-dateness of their data delivered through Twitter API, else almost all Twitter applications cannot perform efficiently.




This blog post Twitter Karma - Delayed data by Twitter API is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


#HQFollowBack stands for tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back (most probably). Some hours upfront this blog post they were tested if they follow.

#HQFollowBack is a new Twitter project that is in private Alpha testing. Some features are still under development. It is not affiliated with Twitter.

In this seventh and last issue, for the time being, of #HQFollowBack we would like to support you with 123 tested High Quality Twitter fellows.

Development and launch of #HQFollowBack


We are working very hard on this project that should be "The Future of Twitter Management". As it is comprehensive it will take time. We do not have a final planing, but we hope to start with Beta in September and maybe with the final version in October. If you are interested to become a Beta tester and you are a dedicated, experienced Twitter user (and no Spammer) and you are not affiliated with Twitter or any other Twitter service, we ask you to send us your application to beta aaad hqfollowback com. We are interested in Beta testers from the US and Germany.

This week these Twitter accounts are honored by #HQFollowBack at #FollowFriday #FF (in random order):

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




These won't be the results of #HQFollowBack Public Beta. #HQFollowBack will be able to find up to 100% human Twitter accounts if you decide to configure it. Most filters on #HQFollowBack are configurable. You decide who you follow. You decide what you target. Never seen before features for your Twitter Management.


Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

Beside of my Twitter account (@Wulffy) you can follow HQFollowBack's Twitter account. The first design is online: @HQFollowBack

C'Ya soon!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#6 Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009

#5 Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009

#4 Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009

#3 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back

#2 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back
  » Twitter Tip: How to check Non-Mutuals und unfollow them

#1 112 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back




This blog post Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


#HQFollowBack stands for tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back (most probably). Some hours upfront this blog post they were tested if they follow.

#HQFollowBack is a new Twitter project that is in private Alpha testing. Some features are still under development. It is not affiliated with Twitter.

In this sixth issue of #HQFollowBack we would like to support you with 133 tested High Quality Twitter fellows.

This week these Twitter accounts are honored by #HQFollowBack at #FollowFriday #FF (in random order):

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




These won't be the results of #HQFollowBack Public Beta. #HQFollowBack will be able to find up to 100% human Twitter accounts if you decide to configure it. Most filters on #HQFollowBack are configurable. You decide who you follow. You decide what you target. Never seen before features for your Twitter Management.


Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

Beside of my Twitter account (@Wulffy) you can follow HQFollowBack's Twitter account. The first design is online: @HQFollowBack

C'Ya next Friday!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#7 Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009

#5 Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009

#4 Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009

#3 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back

#2 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back
  » Twitter Tip: How to check Non-Mutuals und unfollow them

#1 112 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back




This blog post Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


#HQFollowBack stands for tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back (most probably). Some hours upfront this blog post they were tested if they follow.

#HQFollowBack is a new Twitter project that is in private Alpha testing. Some features are still under development. It is not affiliated with Twitter.

In this fifth issue of #HQFollowBack we would like to support you with 140 tested High Quality Twitter fellows. Even if it's the fifth issue, you should better not miss those Twitter Friends!

Important Twitter Tip


You probably know the Twitter follow limits, but sometimes we read things only superficially. So I was "unable to follow more people at this time..." and wondered how this could be possible as I hadn't hit any limit. Only 100 followed and then I was blocked?! What happened? I found the answer. I was sending out Auto Direct Messages with one of the most famous Twitter services... As I very often get more than 250 new followers a day, I hit the limit:

Twitter Follow Limit: 250 direct messages per day

"If you've reached a daily limit, wait 24 hours (or one hour for API requests) and you'll be able to perform the action again."

I would recommend to stop sending out those direct messages.

See Twitter Support: I can't follow people: follow limits

EDIT August 1, 2009: Heilan Yvette informed us that the Direct Message limit has recently been changed and used to be 1,000 DM's in a day. I highly recommend to follow her, so I listed her Twitter account as the first one in the list below.

This week these Twitter accounts are honored by #HQFollowBack at #FollowFriday #FF (in random order):

Look at their interests and topics. Maybe you find some new friends.

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




These won't be the results of #HQFollowBack Public Beta. #HQFollowBack will be able to find up to 100% human Twitter accounts if you decide to configure it. Most filters on #HQFollowBack are configurable. You decide who you follow. You decide what you target. Never seen before features for your Twitter Management.


Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

If any Twitter account is listed that seems to be suspicious on Spam, please comment (anonymously if you like). It will be reviewed and deleted from this listing if applicable.

Don't forget to follow me: Wulffy @ Twitter

C'Ya next Friday!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#7 Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009

#6 Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009

#4 Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009

#3 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back

#2 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back
  » Twitter Tip: How to check Non-Mutuals und unfollow them

#1 112 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back




This blog post Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


#HQFollowBack stands for tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back (most probably). Some hours upfront this blog post they were tested if they follow.

#HQFollowBack is a new Twitter project that is in private Alpha testing. Some features are still under development. It is not affiliated with Twitter.

In this fourth issue of #HQFollowBack we would like to support you with 121 tested High Quality Twitter fellows. You will again be amazed by most of them.

Look at their interests and topics. Maybe you find some new friends.

This week these Twitter accounts are honored by #HQFollowBack at #FollowFriday #FF (in random order):

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




These won't be the results of #HQFollowBack Public Beta. #HQFollowBack will be able to find up to 100% human Twitter accounts if you decide to configure it. Most filters on #HQFollowBack are configurable. You decide who you follow. We never have seen something similar.


Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

Check your position with your location: Wulffy is currently No. 4 with most followers in Germany. - My position has changed as I lost 990 followers. But, surprisingly, my competitor at #3 also lost 990 followers 2 days later (today). Many others as well. See: Official statement of Twitter on "disappeared" followers

If we have listed a Twitter account that seems to be suspicious on Spam, please comment or send e-mail. We will review it and delete it from this listing if applicable.

Don't forget to follow me: Wulffy @ Twitter

C'Ya next Friday!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#7 Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009

#6 Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009

#5 Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009

#3 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back

#2 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back
  » Twitter Tip: How to check Non-Mutuals und unfollow them

#1 112 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back




This blog post Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


#HQFollowBack stands for tested High Quality Twitter accounts that follow back. (most probably)

This week very strong Twitter accounts are honored by #HQFollowBack at #FollowFriday #FF.

In this third issue of #HQFollowBack we would like to support you with 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows. You will be amazed by them.

Look at their interests and topics. Maybe you find some new friends.

My recommendation this week is Captain Jack from Seattle, WA.

Some other "Featured" Twitter fellows are hidden in this list:

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

Check your position with your location: Wulffy is currently No. 4 with most followers in Germany.

If we have listed a Twitter account that seems to be suspicious on Spam, please comment or send e-mail. We will review it and delete it from this listing if applicable.

Don't forget to follow me, Wulffy, a recommended Twitter fellow to follow with a present score of 86 out of 100. Test yourself!

C'Ya next Friday!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#7 Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009

#6 Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009

#5 Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009

#4 Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009

#2 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back
  » Twitter Tip: How to check Non-Mutuals und unfollow them

#1 112 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back




This blog post Twitter HQFollowBack 120 Followers week 29, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


#HQFollowBack stands for High Quality Twitter accounts that follow back. (most probably)

Unfollow all Non-Mutuals


Many celebrities spend a hugh amount of money to get promoted, but they never follow back. Do you really want to have Non-Mutual Twitter Acquaintances?

If you follow all you can, Twitter stops you at 2,001 following until you have 1,850 followers. You should check who's really following you back. But first give them a break to follow you back. After e. g. three days of waiting you should unfollow all of your Non-Mutuals with Twitter Karma or huitter or with Twellow.

#HQFollowBack is a success


Last Friday #HQFollowBack was a great success! More than 500 fellows visited this first post on "Tested Twitterers that really follow back" directly. Therefore we announce that #HQFollowBack is under development and planned to go live as soon as possible.

In this second issue of #HQFollowBack we would like to support you with 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that most probably follow back. Many awesome and successful Twitter fellows. "Highly-decorated" and valued real FollowBack fellows @ Twitter in random order. Do not stop after a few. You will be amazed on almost all of them.

Look at their interests and topics. Maybe you find some new friends.

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

Maybe some day you are listed in The Top 1000 Twitter fellows of the world.

If we have listed a Twitter account that seems to be suspicious on Spam, please comment or send e-mail. We will review it and delete it from this listing if applicable.

Don't forget to follow me, Wulffy, a recommended Twitter fellow to follow with a present score of 83 out of 100. Test yourself!

C'Ya next Friday!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#7 Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009

#6 Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009

#5 Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009

#4 Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009

#3 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back

#1 112 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back




This blog post Twitter FollowFriday FF: HQFollowBack - week 28, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Twitter - #FollowFriday has a problem


I love #FollowFriday @ Twitter, but unfortunately more and more people recommend Twitter users that definitely do not follow back. Tweeters who e. g. are only following 127, but have 3,879 followers. This has no value for you and you waste your time.

Valued and tested Twitter followers with #HQFollowBack


I had an idea and created a solution: #HQFollowBack stands for High Quality Twitter accounts that definitely follow back. Some hours upfront this blog post they were tested if they follow. For testing I have not used or involved my Wulffy account at Twitter.

#HQFollowBack will be published from now on every Friday if being successful.

Wulffy's #HQFollowBack #FollowFriday


Now as this project has begun, let's start with "highly-decorated" and valued real FollowBack fellows @ Twitter in random order:

Recommend #HQFollowBack now! ReTweet it!




Retweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack


If you like this project, please ReTweet Wulffy's #HQFollowBack and write about it in your blog.

C'Ya next Friday!



Have you visited the other posts on this topic?

#7 Twitter HQFollowBack 123 Followers - week 33, 2009

#6 Twitter HQFollowBack 133 Followers - week 32, 2009

#5 Twitter HQFollowBack 140 Followers - week 31, 2009

#4 Twitter HQFollowBack 121 Followers - week 30, 2009

#3 120 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back

#2 100 tested High Quality Twitter fellows that follow back
  » Twitter Tip: How to check Non-Mutuals und unfollow them




This blog post Twitter FollowFriday FF: HQFollowBack - week 27, 2009 is categorized under Twitter. Permalink. Archive.



Ranking factors


I do not have the time to go into details, but maybe you have noticed that things have changed in SEO. If you get some PR backlinks to a (new) domain, it will not help much. If you try to push it, it does not necessarily works.

Many Germans are crazy in Social Bookmarking. But for months now Social Bookmarking is nothing else than extremely SPAM. Many SB sites with nofollow or any kind of redirect with PHP or JavaScript do not help. The remaining dofollow SB offers have been spammed as much as can be and on the long-term people will lose.

If we talk about PageRank and buying "strong" links from authorities, maybe PR6 or PR7 links to your website or blog, you can be a blowhard to your friends and say: "Yes, I am a really cool man. I did it again." But somebody else hits you in your ranking, even with your cool bought links.

If we talk about Anchor text in External Links, you can try to push a site. And it works a little bit, but not comparable to the past.

And some still trust in keyword density or keywords on a page. Cool. But: Does not work.

For years now SEOs talk about TrustRank. I did it myself in this blog many times in 2007. And now the time has come. More than ever for some weeks now.

As ever some German SEO thugs will not trust my words and may attack this post, as they did for years now, so you should spend about 20 minutes of your time in this video and the link below it:


Read it: How Google's Rankings Algorithm Has Changed Over Time


This blog post Ranking factors is categorized under Search Engine Optimization, SEO.

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