May 15, 2012 |
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Bari Meyerson Hired By Enom


Bari MeyersonI have some nice news to report this afternoon. Bari Meyerson, my former Account Executive at Moniker, has been hired by Enom as a Senior Business Development Manager.

I received an email from Bari today confirming the news, and it looks like she’s happy about the move. “I’m very excited about joining the Demand Media ‘family.’ Demand Media has a solid foundation of providing quality services and together we have an excellent opportunity to grow the business.”

Having a trusted account manager at a domain registrar is reassuring to me, and I am excited that Bari moved to a company where I have an account and do business.  As a result of this hire, I plan to transfer a group of names over to Enom.

Congratulations to Bari and Enom on this smart hire.

News release from Enom is below:

Bari Meyerson who left her Sr. Account Manager position in December 2011 at Moniker, has accepted a new business development position with Seattle based registrar Enom.

In her new role, Bari will be responsible for growing/managing Enom’s existing domainer client base as well as targeting domain investors. In addition, Bari will be focused on identifying strategic opportunities around domain parking, premium names, and value-added services.

During Bari’s 5 years at Moniker, she managed a portfolio of their top 500 registrar clients and assisted in the domain sales of, and


Guest Post: Chad Fisher


Chad Fisher helps build and promote web sites in a number of different verticals, everything from finding affordable housing to saving money on insurance. He works at Pyramid SEO and Words For Less, providing client service assistance to business owners. In addition, he works on projects involving electric vehicle charging stations and writes for Business Insider, Forbes and other publications.

With Google continuing to crack down on link building schemes targeted at manipulating rankings, building high quality white hat links is more important than ever. On April 24th, 2012 Google rolled out the Penguin update and if you want to believe Google the update was a rousing success, but the reality is probably closer to this.

Site owners, SEO professionals, domain developers, and web content professionals are worried about what types of links are now acceptable. Penguin has clearly cracked down on sites with over optimized links; trying to brute force your way to the top with anchor text is a game that just became a lot harder.

Penguin is Google’s code for the penalty box, and, if your site gets tagged (Penguined?), you will rank lower than before. Google can’t de-index hundreds of thousands of sites over night (even though they might like that) without a massive uproar, but Penguin allows them to control the subset of sites they want and handle them separately from the regular algorithm.

There is the primary Google algorithm, and now we have the Panda and Penguin parts of the algo (wouldn’t surprise me if these two got combined at some point). This is all quite confusing for SEO professionals: you can drop by any of the popular forums and blogs and find them endlessly debating what to do and how to fix your site. And if you want a really entertaining read, check out the new business of negative SEO.

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