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Monthly Archives: August 2009

SEO goes back Underground in 2009

I think 2009 is the year SEO went back underground. I come to this realization through the back door. While trying to understand how so many “SEO websites” seem to succeed with their audiences, while publishing poor quality or low value content, it dawned on me that the continuing growth of the bottom of the […]

David Rosenfeld, Lawyer

I think it’s important that we know the actual people involved in the current massive scams in the US. One identified in a article is David Rosenfeld, a lawyer for the Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC). In a nutshell, Bank of America used $45 billion in taxpayer funds to take over the failed […]

Google Caffeine SEO Notes

Since the SEO News industry has become so noisy (with lots of well-titled posts hyping mostly empty articles), and the major news sites are apparently jumping to publish first with such headlines, using similarly low-value content, it’s not easy to find real content about Google’s new “caffeine” indexing system. Google says it’s a big deal: […]