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Come And Penalize! Chronicle Of A Challenge To Matt Cutts

Written on April 19, 2014, Saturday, it was about Advertising, News, Other Search Engines, SEO and it received 0 comment

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Note: I think it goes without saying that I’m not bullying Matt, just throwing him a fun challenge. The purpose of all this is not to bash Google — I may be critical of Google’s way to handle things, but […]

Hello world!

Written on November 20, 2013, Wednesday, it was about SEO and it received 0 comment

This blog is Work In Progress. Just didn’t want to leave an empty domain around the Web. I’m working on the design of a WP theme. You’ll be surprised when I’m back with the design and content. As they say on TV– “Stay Tuned!”

Site SEM Research – A Ranking Tool For Top Domains

Written on November 21, 2012, Wednesday, it was about SEO and it received 0 comment

Have you ever wondered what keywords the most popular websites rank for on Google? A team of SEO and SEM specialists had the clever idea to develop a ranking tool that groups keyword searches for top ranked websites on the Web. The tool is avalable at “We researched top domains’ keywords, ads, traffic, traffic […]

The biggest flaws with SENuke XCR which make Ultimate Demon the better option

Written on November 7, 2012, Wednesday, it was about SEO, Technology and it received 5 comments

I’m a very open minded person when it comes to SEO software. SENuke XCR is priced at about $150 a month and Ultimate Demon is priced at a one-time fee of about $400. There’s a big difference between these two prices, so SENuke XCR better offer some bang for the buck when it comes to […]

Brand with a capital B

Written on November 2, 2012, Friday, it was about Branding, Marketing and it received 0 comment

  It’s great when a product delivers on its promise. It’s even better when that product has a great name, an iconic logo and a signature tagline. You’d think that you would be set– but in essence all you have is the makings of a potential brand with a capital B. If you don’t intentionally […]

How to Use Facebook to Boost Your Small Business Website’s Rankings

Written on October 30, 2012, Tuesday, it was about Marketing, Social Media and it received 0 comment

Recent changes to search engine algorithms have placed a greater emphasis on using social media as a part of your SEO campaign. Search engines are now looking for social factors that may indicate whether or not people find your website interesting, useful and compelling. If your website is believed to be a good source of information for someone […]

A New LinkedIn Company To Follow – Direct Agents

Written on October 18, 2012, Thursday, it was about Marketing and it received 0 comment

Recently I followed a new company on LinkedIn, called Direct Agents. This is a digital marketing agency founded in 2003 that focuses on custom lead generation services based on performance. They want to help Advertisers acquire new customers and sell more online. I like the dynamicity of this company’s goals. The marketplace is forever changing […]

BitTorrent And SEO — A Way To Success

Written on July 30, 2012, Monday, it was about BitTorrent, Marketing, SEO and it received 0 comment

Michael Sauers via Compfight File sharing rarely earns a link to SEO as a method of promotion. However, that couldn’t be farer from the truth: successful P2P marketing can help SEO a big deal, BitTorrent marketing in particular. How? The experiences told by DJ Pretty Lights and the Khan Academy gave me the insight I […]

Google Panda: How it Affects Your SEO

Written on March 8, 2012, Thursday, it was about Other Search Engines, SEO and it received 0 comment

Recently, Google has put out an update to its search engine algorithm and it goes by the name of Panda. Now that this new update has been unleashed on the World Wide Web, may website owners and writers are asking the question of how it will affect SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Many Ecommerce sites are […] reports over 10,000 Android apps for Airpush

Written on December 17, 2011, Saturday, it was about News, Technology and it received 2 comments

I’m only here to share a quick news that will make Airpush and Android enthusiasts happy. According to an article published on, Airpush surpassed 10,000 Android Applications. Developers using Airpush to monetize and distribute their Android applications seem to be quite satisfied with the SDK, showing a growth of over 20% per week. Airpush […]

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