From the folks at SEO to you and yours, Merry Christmas. It’s a time to not only remember what the reason for the season is, but to make a change in ourselves for the better. Be a better father, mother, husband, wife, sibling, and friend. More time for family and what matters most. Be kind, […]
If you’re not going to PubCon, you’re missing out on a great conference. Aaron and I will both be there again this year, and we’d love for you to introduce yourself to us. As a bonus (or a bribe I guess) we’ll give you some swag (freebies, promos, giveaways)! And for the first 50 to […]
You may have noticed a little slow down in our blog posting rate. I’ve been finishing my degree and it has been crunch time for a few weeks. I am in the middle of moving now, so my posting will be light over the next two weeks. I’m headed from Missouri (where I am now) […]
One of my early posts to the SoloSEO blog was How to Get Your Web 2.0 Brand Past the “Did you Mean” in Search, and I discussed how in Google if you searched for our brand name “soloseo” Google would come back and say “Did you mean: colosseo”. Well, it’s time to celebrate around here…we […]
It’s a big day for Aaron here at SoloSEO! Happy Birthday! Aaron has been such a great inspiration and motivation to me. He is an amazing entrepreneur and an amazing dad to his family. I hope you have an awesome birthday Aaron! You deserve it!
I’m sick of trackbacks to my blog from other sites that steal my content. Sure they “cite” me with a link, but it doesn’t count when you say “submitted by kaker” and then link to me, and it doesn’t count even if you link to me and say “read more”. If you’re just quoting me […]
From all of my daily blog browsing, as well as watching our own blog, I don’t think many people are logged into MyBlogLog anymore. I know several blogs that used to have MyBlogLog on their sidebar, but don’t anymore.
A recent article posted on Slashdot looked at various website design points of the top 6 Presidential Candidates. Here I compare SEO statistics of the top 6 Presidential Candidates’ websites: Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Barack Obama, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, and John McCain.
If you don’t already know SEOs that live around you, use your search engine superpowers to find them, then contact them and meet up for an hour and get to know each other. It’s fun!