The Number 1 Mistake New SEO Consultants Make


After having spent more than a decade in this industry as both an affiliate marketer and a provider of various SEO services, I've seen a lot of new folks enter the ranks, with their aim being to become a successful SEO consultant. And as a ...
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The Power of Channels for Increasing AdSense Revenue

Adsense Channels

Now before I start this post, I'd like to state for the record that I don't like depending on Webmaster Welfare (Adsense). I prefer to get my website income from affiliate marketing whenever possible. That said, we create our websites for users ...
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Why You Should Never Build Your Site on a Free Subdomain

Say no to free subdomains

As I mentioned in finding the money to get started with affiliate marketing, I've been asking my readers and subscribers for feedback on what they find to be obstacles to finding success with affiliate marketing. As a result, I've been learning a bit ...
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Link Building in 2011 – The Todd and Jim Show

Link Building with Todd and Jim

I'd like to start off this post by saying that I hate, hate, HATE Postini. Unfortunately, my hosted exchange service, Exchange My Mail, uses it and as a result, Postini is constantly swallowing legitimate email. However, it hit a new all time low ...
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Guest Blogging as a (Promotional) Link Building Strategy

Guest blogging

I'm often asked about the best ways to go about link building. And my first response (because it's a technique that absolutely anyone can use) is usually guest blogging. Not only because it helps build links, but when done on the right blogs, it ...
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Link Building with the Experts – 2011 Edition

Link Building with the Experts

Well, it's that time of year again. Since 2007 I've been bringing together some of the best minds on link building for an interview series that has resulted in three amazingly educational posts on link building: Link Building with the Experts - ...
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Simple Linking Maintenance for WordPress Sites

Linking Maintenance

The site structure of the Sugarrae blog has changed several times over the years. Sometimes for testing, sometimes for "bettering" SEO. This blog has been moved from Moveable Type, to Expression Engines, to WordPress. The internal linking ...
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SEO Checklist for Local Small Business Websites

Small business SEO checklist

Hard to believe, but it's been almost FIVE YEARS since I wrote my original primer for small business SEO basics. Now, the below information is intended to be extremely basic. If you run an e-Commerce store, dynamically generated website, ...
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Google Invests in Creating Paid Links?

Google Ventures

Wednesday I posted an interview I did with Oliver Roup after accidentally stumbling onto his company, VigLink, through an article in Internet Retailer. And something pretty interesting resulted from it - well, interesting to me as an SEO anyway. ...
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How to Pimp Your Google Places Page for Better Rankings

Google Places SEO

The following is a guest post from the kick ass Dawn Wentzell. If you are a merchant or "real business" wanting to improve your Google Places ranking with safe tactics, you need to read this one... Dealing with local search can be a headache for ...
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