I am sure you have looked through your own server logs and spotted the odd, weird search term. I seem to get a lot due to my analagous writing style. I like to use a colourful metaphor or two to illustrate the point. Here are a few recent, weird search terms that Google sends traffic […]
So the cinematic reference my brain conjures up whilst writing this headline is, The Life of Brian. I’m in chains surrounded by a bunch of SEO bloggers in fake beards holding rocks whilst Dave Naylor aka John Cleese is screaming, “Blasphemer, stone the unbeliever.”
Matterhorn pointed out that he gets asked “How can my site rank highly in the search engines”, when he should be asked, “What can I do to improve my website?”
What is this crap? The sales page of a highly ranked UK search engine consultancy is offering a service to submit your website to over 75,000. WTF!!!
Ogletree talks about his Stumbleupon experiment. He went the paid for route which is interesting as I haven’t read any experiences regarding Stumbleupon.
I thought I would share with you the locations of all my social media accounts. I notice a lot of familiar faces as I surf various social sites and thought it would be nice if I could friend the people I wanted. I also would like to see what they are up to, I am […]
SEOBook.com 101 Ways to Build Link Popularity in 2006 Trusted vs Untrusted Links Thousands of Reciprocal Link Partners & Getting Nowhere in Google
One of my favourite books is The 48 Laws of Power. Not the slimmed down, corporate backstabber edition, but the original tome with all the historical background stories. I just love reading about people like Cesare Borgia and what they got up to. One of the laws reminds me of what Linkbait is about.