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November 18, 2008 in News, problems, VRM | 3 comments
This makes me glad I don’t have advertising on this blog.
SEO on August 25, 2009 at 5:48 pm
You are in a way lucky that you don’t “have” to do SEO.
But even if I didn’t “have” to do SEO I think I would. There is something extremely gratifying about getting a site to rise up out of nowhere right onto the first page of Google.
Did you ever think someone would search “site:harvard.edu inanchor:seo” and stumble across your blog post? That’s how I found it.
But nobody searches that, but me.
With a little SEO you could have this blog post ranking for “reasons to not have advertising on your blog” and you would have reach a relevant audience who could have benefited from your post.
A little SEO goes a long way and gratification comes in reaching and helping an interested audience.
Bill Wynne on February 13, 2010 at 11:32 pm
Now I must say that is the shortest blog post I think I have seen yet. I was actually searching for something similar to SEO and found this blog. I see you are happy for the Google External Keyword tool. This has been a huge help ever since Overture went offline.
Eric Weichselbaum on March 1, 2010 at 5:53 pm
SEO expert Eric Weichselbaum asked to speak at Ad-Tech Internet Conference in New York.
Ad-Tech conference will take place in November in New York City. Eric Weichselbaum, a SEO expert and well respected traffic guru has been invited to the Conference to offer his insight during a live webcast round-table event discussing SEO and CPA internet marketing strategies. He will be followed by fellow internet marketing and social media leader, Paul Rushing and JD Rucker.
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