Marketing your Blog – via Graywolf

I’ve very new to blogging, so I’m not qualified to speak on how to blog or how to Market your blog; however, today I ran across a few articles which will help me, and could help you too if you’re a blogger and want more traffic. Michael Gray, AKA, Graywolf, has written a 3 piece article which brings you […]

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Changes and Paranoia – the sky is falling

Google’s updating, look for a few minutes, then get back to work. The sky really isn’t falling, Google’s just going through some growing, and we might have to feel some of the pains. Lee point over to Matt Cutts, where Matt mentions: …we are constantly working to improve our algorithms and scoring. Some changes are […]

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Cool SEO Tool

Yes, another new We Build Pages tool ! Fresh off the keyboards is the Cool SEO Tool. Type in a URL and a search phrase and the Cool SEO Tool will show you the top 10 in Google, as well as information on each page including: Pages indexed in Google and Yahoo, Yahoo’s Backlink numbers, […]

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Do you work on the weekend?

I’ve got my second poll posted on the left side, asking if you work on the weekends (I mean webmaster or SEO work, not housework 😉 Please take a second to vote. The last poll question was "What is your main Job role? (choose closest)" and the results were: 38%  SEO36%  Webmaster13%  Used Car Salesman 8%   Blackjack […]

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Pubcon Vegas Nov 15-17

If you haven’t made your reservations yet, what are you waiting for? WebmasterWorld Pubcon Las Vegas Nov 15-17 I’m stoked to be speaking on the Link Building Campaigns panel again. I’m also stoked to be on a panel with Bill Hartzer (third time we’ve been on same panel), Eric Ward (the link building legend man), […]

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SEO – Then, Now, and Tomorrow.

SEO history based on my experience – a very late at night post. 1999 SEO – Creating 18 doorway pages for 18 major search engines. Looking at the sites in the top results and analyzing keyword density of each area of the pages, and repeating it with just a little more keyword density. Regularly submitting pages to the Search […]

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Will the real link request please stand up?

A common conversation: Client:”What do I do with all these link requests I get in my emails”.Jim:”Delete them – 99.9% of them are worthless”.Client: “But Jim, some of them look good, don’t you even want to review them?”Jim: “No, it’s not worth my time to find 1 real request out of 1000 emails” Clients: “maybe I’ll go […]

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