I started this blog in July of last year, after many years of staying under the radar in SEO. Mostly I try and maintain it as an unbridled voice of a strategically-engaged SEO watching the search engines, the online market places driven by search traffic, and the crazy public promotional world of “SEO/SEM”.
I’ve decided to relocate my didactic posts (some past, most future) to UpperLeftPlacement.com, to better serve those looking to better understand practical SEO and the art of SEO engagement for commercial gain. UpperLeftPlacement will also become home to a limited-engagement search optimization practice. More news on that to come. Hopefully that will allow me to keep johnon.com expectedly “snarky”, and entertaining for those who “get” SEO, an dget it onto a new more readable and SEO friendly WordPress template.
These are some of the johnon.com blog posts that readers liked the most during the past year:
- Google’s “Creative Class“
- Pay Attention to Attention
- Here Come the Domainers
- A Market for Lemons and SEO Snake Oil
- SEO: the Card Counters of the Internet
- SEO as International Minutia Dealer
- SEOLoser.com: Self-effacing Link-bait for the SEO Community
- “there are no secrets” and other SEO myths
- johnon.com banished from the Google kingdom
- Buying Links: Poyfickly Leegull
- The New York Times flexes its SEO Muscle
- First to 100 Sphinns: Prove Yourself a Marketer
- And of course, SEO Secrets