Posts Tagged ‘search’


SEOBook Reviews and Updates

February 21, 2008

It is not a mystery that most of the SEO I learned was from SEOBook Review. Well Aaron Wall seems to have followed Brian Clarks idea of educating rather than selling ebooks. I think Aaron has a lot of value to add and as soon as I scrape some dough together will join his program. Do not miss out on this opportunity.


My Whole Company is Blogging on Search Marketing

January 31, 2008

Recently there have been a few new blogs springing up from peeps at my company. Don’t get me wrong I love blogs as much as the next spammer. It is a great place to vent, and for some a way to make some residual revenue streams.

There is a Russian toast my father used to say that in rough translation goes like this (believe me in Russian it sounds much better)

To the three stages of drinking, first one man speaks and everyone listens, second everyone speaks in clusters, and lastly everyone speaks and nobody listens

This quote holds true for blogs as well. As more and more people blog less and less people will listen diluting the blogosphere to a point where like Google it will suck.

PS If you would like to read about search marketing for people who really know whats up, and not sit atop search engine watch or search engine land piping you the dream than read Beth Morgan and Scott Tieman  search marketing blogs