Matt Cutts from Google gave this excellent insight to SEO from Google's point of view at WordCamp 09 in San Francisco, earlier this year. The slide show from the presentation is also available at: http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/seo-for-bloggers/
In this video Frank Daly comments on the necessities for a successful life online:
Having an active life online used to be reserved for geeks however in the last few years,
the rapid development of social media, has meant that you don't have full life unless you're active on many
sites: including: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr, Wordpress, and the list goes on…
Recently my Facebook profile disappeared, and on further investigation I found that many people have run into this problem. As everyone knows, Facebook support is pretty poor if your problem doesn't fall into one of the help categories. There is a user forum and you can post your problem and hope that someone in Facebook support picks it up, but it could take long time.
Since Facebook is being used for business by many people, its time for them to introduce a professional support facility, where you can log a problem, get a ticket number and progress the issue until it is solved.
Until that happens, and it could be sometime (if ever) consider backing up your
Facebook data as described in this article: Facebook Backup
I got my Facebook profile back eventually after a week, but only after a number of communications with Facebook.
This article on Mashable discusses a marketing campaign called the Fun Theory and shows three viral videos made as part of that campaign, One of them is the Volkswagen Piano Stairs which is shown below.
The battle for the soul of Silicon Valley: its the technologists versus the business people. Read more
about the quiet revolution of the non-technologists (I guess you could call it the MBAs versus the PHDs)
on Fortune Brainstorm Tech