mhansen - 10:48 pm on Feb 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
Well, you asked.
I wear a tin foil hat... and I think that two of the best things I did for SEO in 2010, were around myself or the browser itself.
1 - I will only use Google services in their Chrome browser. Period. Gmail, WMT, Docs, Analytics, essentially ANYTHING that requires a Google cookie, is done in Chrome. That is the ONLY thing I use chrome for.
100% of everything else I do on the web is done in Firefox, with several Google domains and cookies blocked completely. I access and update my site, research, etc etc.
I feel that Google knows me, they know I am a webmaster and they know I like to do a bit of SEO and sometimes questionable marketing. Why share any more info about my sites than I have to...
2 - I quit talking about what works and what doesn't work, in any public forum where my site(s) or those I manage for others can be attached to my efforts.
Yup... I have decided to go underground, and overall, I think it was the best thing I did in 2010 to help my SEO efforts.