This Week in Natural Search and Mobile SEO, vol. 3

Highlights from my del.icio.us bookmarks for the week of April 13, 2008.

The best of the Russ Beattie Mobile Web is Dead rebuttals, Google’s mobile search growth announcement from their Q1
earnings report, and some good basic SEO advice from Google on accessibility and permanent redirects.

Google Comments about Mobile Growth
Sergey Brin from the Q1 earnings transcript: “Our Mobile Search traffic, as a result, and just due to market growth, is growing very rapidly.”

Real People Don’t Have Time for Social Media – ReadWriteWeb
Truth hurts.

Facebook | Lexicon
Trend spotter for facebook. Trending comments on facebook walls.

Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Best practices when moving your site
Basic 301 primer from Google.

Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Webmaster tips for creating accessible, crawlable sites
Second part of the GWC accessibility series– this time with tips.

Mowser is Dead. The Mobile Web is Alive. …and I Have the “Mobile Analytics” to Prove It.
David Harper of Winksite on the mobile traffic he knows is there.

Mike Rowehl: This is Mobility ” Blog Archive ” What Happened to Independent Thought?
Russ Beattie’s partner offers more insight into what happened to Mowser. Apparently the death of the mobile web isn’t to blame.

The Mobile Web is Dead, Long Live the Mobile Web
Greg Sterling has faith in the mobile web.

The future of the Mobile Web is strong on Dion Almaer’s Blog
Putting the death of the mobile web in perspective.

Mowser Founder Says Mobile Web Is Dead. It’s The Opposite: The Mobile Web Was Born Only Yesterday
Mobile web dead? Michael Arrington disagrees.

Mike Krisher’s Blog » Blog Archive » what is this mobile web is dead talk?
More commentary on Russ Beattie’s denouncement of the mobile web.

The mobile web isn’t dead. It’s just starting.
Last100 blog on Russ Beattie’s eulogy of Mowser and the mobile web.

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