Bill Slawski

Bill Slawski is the Director of Search Marketing for Go Fish Digital and the editor of SEO by the Sea. He has been doing SEO and web promotion since the mid-90s, and was a legal and technical administrator in the highest level trial court in Delaware.

Representing Your Business on the Social Web

The Web is getting more social, and the internet allows conversations between consumers and those who sell goods and services online on a scale that...

Privacy Policies And Search Engines

A few weeks back, I started wondering about whether or not search engines might care whether or not a web site had a privacy policy. Is the content...

Starting Conversations with Contact Pages

Starting out with my first website in 1996, I hadn’t realized that one of the most important pages that I had put on the site was a contact...

A Smooth Sea Never Made A Skilled Mariner

As a small business owner, the web holds a lot of challenges that, if navigated successfully, may yield some treasures. But there are some waves on...

Should A Small Business Blog?

More and more small businesses are starting blogs on the Web, and it’s a positive development, if done correctly. One of the benefits is the...

The SEO of Everyday Pages

There’s a kind of page that shows up on websites that I think of as everyday pages. These are commonly appearing pages that you might see on...

11 Steps to Developing a Web Literacy

The Web reaches out to embrace businesses online, even if the owners of those businesses hesitate at the attempt. There are many that haven’t...

Small Business Advantages: Being Responsive

Back in March, Christine Churchill wrote a Small is Beautiful column about the ability of small businesses to be flexible and creative, to think...

AIRWeb 2007 Papers Released

The Third International Workshop on Adversarial Information Retrieval on the Web will be held next month, and there’s an impressive scope and...

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