New URL here

Now if you type in http://scobleizer.wordpress.com it’ll redirect to http://scobleizer.com. A little easier to remember. Hope it doesn’t mess anything up.

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Robert Scoble

As Startup Liaison for Rackspace, the Open Cloud Computing Company, Scoble travels the world looking for what's happening on the bleeding edge of technology for Rackspace's startup program. He's interviewed thousands of executives and technology innovators and reports what he learns in books ("The Age of Context," a book coauthored with Forbes author Shel Israel, has been released at http://amzn.to/AgeOfContext ), YouTube, and many social media sites where he's followed by millions of people. Best place to watch me is on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RobertScoble

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  1. ___________________________

    . :-D Both sites are now PageRank 8 – – which is VERY HARD to get – hopefully, this redirect will NOT hurt on Google –

    Their Algos have a history of False Positives

  2. ___________________________

    . :-D Both sites are now PageRank 8 – – which is VERY HARD to get – hopefully, this redirect will NOT hurt on Google –

    Their Algos have a history of False Positives

  3. Any chance you could also update your “link blog” on the right to point to your new Google Reader shared items link blog instead of just a copy of your actual blog? Or do you keep it this way for a reason?

    Thanks!

  4. Any chance you could also update your “link blog” on the right to point to your new Google Reader shared items link blog instead of just a copy of your actual blog? Or do you keep it this way for a reason?

    Thanks!

  5. Speaking of URLs Robert, I think it’s time you figure out how it is that Google still lists your 2005 blog as #1 and #2.

    Still.

    How is that technically possible?

  6. Speaking of URLs Robert, I think it’s time you figure out how it is that Google still lists your 2005 blog as #1 and #2.

    Still.

    How is that technically possible?

  7. Sweet! I’ve had friends tell me all year that I should have set up my blog on my own domain instead of on wordpress.com – time to go register one :D

  8. Sweet! I’ve had friends tell me all year that I should have set up my blog on my own domain instead of on wordpress.com – time to go register one :D

  9. Still don’t understand how you did that…

    I can’t see redirect options in wordpress admin

    How can godaddy control where a wordpress domain points?

    Am I being very stupid?

  10. Still don’t understand how you did that…

    I can’t see redirect options in wordpress admin

    How can godaddy control where a wordpress domain points?

    Am I being very stupid?

  11. Robert, thanks so much for the URL. I have wanted this service for about 6 months but didn’t want to give up a good google PR!

    Appreciate your feedback.

    Damian

  12. Robert, thanks so much for the URL. I have wanted this service for about 6 months but didn’t want to give up a good google PR!

    Appreciate your feedback.

    Damian