Writing or Buying Paid Posts

Writing paid posts Do you blog? Do you sell paid posts or sponsored reviews? If the answer is yes and you want to get top line dollars for your blog posts then here is a little message for you. STOP WRITING ABOUT EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING AND FOR THE LOVE OF…

Google Like it – Promote your site in your SERPs

Here’s an interesting little thing. This button (fig. 1b) will move the result to the top of the page and add this orange marker (fig. 1a) next to it so you can easily recognize it. The result(s) you promote will appear at the top whenever you search for the same…

Why domain authority and trust is not to be trusted

Don’t trust Google to tell you the source There’s a certain irony in the whole trustrank and authority shaboogle.Googles algo it seems, puts so much trust in certain domains that it actually hoodwinks its surfers into believing that other domains are more relevant than the original source documents themselves. Michael…

SEO Porn

SEO Porn – The content of this post are not in the least bit erotic, in fact  I kid you not when I aver that its contents are probably  about as elevating as a piece of dry toast in a butterless world devoid of strawberry jam! Still, made you look…

How crap content contributes to the search economy

Is that trackback link a pigs ear or a silk purse? Did you ever look in your comments box and spot a trackback that had just your snippet and some anchor text of a site trying to rank for their target keywords? Of course you did! You probably didn’t approve…

Really really bad blackhat SEO

Matt Cutts just made me laugh out loud in a comment on his blog. (emphasis mine) I’m definitely not saying that “people that do SEO are bad” (at all), or even that sites that embrace blackhat SEO are likely to cut corners in business. Just that sites that embrace really really…

Promote my website online in 2008

No, not *this* website silly, the websites of people who land on this page, you know, those people who sit on Google or !Y looking for ways of promoting their sites confused by the overwhelming amount of stuff out there all shouting, Read me! Read Me! Like some Alice in…

Pssst…wanna buy a link?

I’ve just installed Jim Kukrals ScratchBack widget. You can rent a link spot on this blog for $1 per day , that’s around 4 cents per hour. Update:I’ve changed the default to autobump which means that you will stay on the list until bumped off. Each new ‘tipper’ goes to…

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