March 26th, 2007 by Alan Rabinowitz
One obvious route to fame and blog celebrity status is somewhat related to two factors, the quality of posts and the quantity of postings. One tends to feed more on the fact that people are always looking to aggregate news or re-syndicate content for ad purposes. The other is geared for serious readership. Looking at [...]
January 10th, 2007 by Alan Rabinowitz
It seems Apple is so popular on digg that there always seems to be a digg on Apple on the homepage of digg, at lease every time I go there. Considering Macs make up about 6% of the computer industry, I can only wonder if almost all diggers own Macs or are diggin Macs for [...]
December 22nd, 2006 by Alan Rabinowitz
In a recent post on the Official Google Blog, Googler Stefanie, has suggested that answering questions on sites like Yahoo! Answers will get you link popularity acceptable by Google.
December 21st, 2006 by Alan Rabinowitz
We’re in a day and age where buzz travels online faster than the speed of search. Is news and buzz becoming more desired than static search results? Here’s an interesting topic for discussion from a marketing perspective. Is it Google marketing gone haywire and sending millions to Digg it! Where do you become famous? Which [...]