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Cornell University (Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management '97), now a professional with proven experience overseeing growing businesses in a variety of industries. Specifically, my experience entails dealings with mid-level and top executives of Fortune 500 companies in the areas of new business development and account management, contract negotiation, project management, training, market research, technical writing, promotional documentation, and press releases.

I enjoy all sports, networking, and keeping up with the news. I'd also love to learn as much as I can about asp.net coding and dynamic asp.net website creation -- and everything I possibly can learn about my new addiction, Visual Studio 2010 and its related add-ons.


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Commentator
Feb
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comment Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
Hi Susan. Thanks for responding. I understand black hat and white hat SEO techniques, but still, many of 'em are unreliable at best. There's a difference between rel=nofollow and rel=noindex pages. Twitter is rel=nofollow, yet I get indexed there all the time. As far as guestimating the number of backlinks you have out there, it's like you really just have to keep doing what you're doing. Keep backlinking; some tools are more accurate than others.
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comment How to redirect a old URL using web.config (IIS)
Glad to hear you worked things out!
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comment Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
Thanks for taking the time to respond, @Kane. My site went from a PR 1, and just recently a PR 3, so Google must have updated their PR'ings. But I'm just wondering about why link:mydomain.com isn't showing any backlinks in google. Thanks for the Panda and Penguin updates ... although just about every page is rich, quality content complete with quality youtube engineering demonstrations. But the basic message is that Google wants you to do things, just not too many things ... hehe .... Thanks again for your time, Kane.
Nov
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comment Sitemap tool fails to find all URLs in my site
And remember, meta information is either completely antiquated, or moderately antiquated. As John indicated, quality, relevant backlinks from quality, relevant directories and websites is the #1 rule in SEO. See my post here for more information webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/23810/…
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answered How to redirect a old URL using web.config (IIS)
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accepted Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
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comment Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
Thanks YardenST ... I've done all the google webmaster tools, etc., but I appreciate your advise!
Nov
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comment Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
thanks for the link Adam!
Nov
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comment Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
Wow, that's a lot to digest ... but thank you for taking the time to read my question and respond. I'll definitely parse what Matt Cutts has to say. Thanks again Tom!
Nov
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asked I have done everything correct on my asp.net website, re: SEO; why aren't google backlinks showing?
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asked Why are my backlinks not showing on google on this asp.net website with all I've done?
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comment Should I, and how do I incorporate microdata into my asp.net website with 47 pages?
Thanks @Gdav -- I just tested it, and it's working! It's tedious and a lot of work, but I think it's worth it. I remember 6 years ago when people said social media would be the next big thing. I'm glad I listened. I think schema.org and microdata with rich snippets will, like you said, lead to more clicks and perhaps even indirectly help your SEO. Thanks again for your help!