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Great article written by Alan Bleiweiss. These methods that can be applied to any site that involves drill-down navigation.
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from JesperAstrom 1673 Days ago #
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Good, long, well written and detailed. Just as I like it :) I would say your "secret" seo - technique had something to do with the breadcrumbs top right... but I am seriously so tired right now that I can barely see straight.



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from AlanBleiweiss 1672 Days ago #
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Jesper,

I'd say you're not even close with that guess.  but then I can't blame you for missing the real secret given how tired you were at the time.



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from Raghav 1671 Days ago #
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This article is fantastic (seriously) but there is one point I disagree 100%: link title attribute does not help to rank, a complete waste of time for SEO, it is about usability and nice to have for this purpose.

That was confirmed by Google engineers at Pubcom 2005 and Vanessa Fox said so few weeks ago at her webmasterradio.fm ‘office-hours’ show http://www2.webmasterradio.fm/office-hours/2009/google_labs-webmaster_tools/



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from AlanBleiweiss 1670 Days ago #
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Raghav,


I'm going to need to put in the footwork on this - I'd heard it doesn't get implemented by Google but hadn't heard the same thing with Yahoo, Bing or any of the secondary engines.



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