Kayden Kross Biography Kayden Kross, (born September 15, 1985), is a American model and actress. She is best known for her appearances in Penthouse magazine and Digital Dreamgirls. Kayden has also modeled under the alias of Jenna Nikol. Aliases: Jenna Nikol, Jenna Nickol, Kayden Cross, Kayden Country: United States State: California Town: Sacramento Ethnicity: Caucasian Birthday: 1985-09-15 Eye: Blue Hair: Blonde Height: 5' 5 Weight: 120lbs Cup: D Measurements: 32D-22-34 Kayden graduated from Ponderosa High School and is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in psychology from California State University, Sacramento. Kayden is featured on the cover of the April 2006 American Edition of Hustler, and has also done work in Swank, Club, Penthouse and Rockstar magazines. Link Fixed More Photos of Kayden Kross ( 80+ Pictures )
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The countdown is on …. and this blog post is just a reminder for those of us n the Northeast. Search Marketing Expo East (or SMX East), the search engine trade show from Danny Sullivan (and company’s) Search Engine Land (and Sphinn ) comes to New York City in less than two weeks. The ’show’ will be held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center from October 5th through the 7th. The complete agenda has been posted here and you can still register here . Face to face wins the race. I seriously doubt there are too many people that would argue the fact that networking in person can be a lot more productive (and enjoyable) than sitting behind a computer screen on various social networks. This is one of those opportunities for those of us in the Northeast that practice within and/or ‘keep an eye on’ the search engine landscape …. and more. There have been a lot of changes in search this year. Most notably Yahoo! dropping their search efforts entirely (soon to be partnered with Microsoft’s Bing for results). Google is always making changes. The industry is very simply more dynamic than ever. Bottom line? In my humble opinion … If you’re a web advertiser, SEO, ad agency, or Internet marketer of any kind, you should be there.
Once again this morning, Google users were greeted with a ’slightly modified’ Google logo on the (recently super-sized) home page . No, someone didn’t goof and drop an extra ‘L’ in the logo, and no, the crew in Mountainview isn’t teasing us (again . The second ‘L’ is actually a ‘1′, and in this case …. so is the first. It didn’t take a lot of investigative work to figure this one out. Mouse over the logo and it says “Google’s 11th Birthday”. (Tapping the logo brings a search of Google .. ugh … on Google … which doesn’t reflect anything about a birthday). Google has been low key about this one. Maybe we’ll see something on the Official Google Blog this week. On the last Google Birthday, (the big ten), I wrote this piece over on Louis Gray’s blog . In reality, according to the incorporation papers, Google was founded on September 4th, 1998 . Will it become a news story? Probably. Almost every ’special’ Google logo over the past ten years has made the news. So, to the whole crew at Google (around the world) …. and the few Googlers I’ve come to know (mostly electronically) over the past few years… Happy 11th Birthday Google!
I was reading with interest numerous articles about Google’s latest version of Picasa earlier today. Coincidentally, I did have a few photos to edit and send by e-mail so I replaced the old version to try out some of the new features. The new Picasa (version 3.5) adds facial recognition, name tags, easier geotagging, and more seamless integration with Picasaweb. To those of you that take a lot of photos with your cellphone, or just don’t have the time to stop and set camera settings, I wandered across a feature you may want to try out. The redeye correction automatically finds the eyes ! While this may not sound exciting to you if you’re already using more elaborate commercial photo editing software, I found it pretty huge for a free product. Picasa’s right up there now for me with Microsoft’s Phototools and Paint.net. Give it a try. With gobs of photos now being uploaded from iPhones (and other camera phones) this one feature is an outright WIN.
As some of you know, I’ve had an ‘issue’ with the literally hundreds (maybe thousands?!) of ‘new experts’ that have come along in the past year in the web marketing space. I’ve written numerous posts in other places, such as my “Ten things you should ask your new SEO company”. In a post to the Google Webmaster Central blog on Monday, one fact was made ‘perfectly clear’. Google does not use the Meta Keyword tag as part of it’s scoring process for ranking purposes. The post was followed by a video by Google’s Matt Cutts (which I’ve embedded below). You may want to read the dialog in the comments on Cutts’ personal blog and / or the Google Webmaster Central Blog for more questions and answers. Google has been more and more transparent in recent years regarding their process for getting ‘rank’. I would urge those that think they should be ranking, that aren’t, to, at the very least, subscribe to the Google Webmaster Central RSS feed. Whether some chose to believe it or not, the fact is that SEO is essentially free advertising . Google currently is over 60 per cent of that market. The Cutts video is below.