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Entries from June 2007

Part 3: More SEO Warfare Tricks and Techniques

June 30th, 2007 · 7 Comments

You’ve hopefully read the following posts already: Tactics of SEO Warfare for Web Businesses SEO Warfare Part 2: Counteracting Competitor’s Ranking Strategies If you’ve read those two posts, then here’s part three. (If you haven’t read those posts, go back and read ‘em. We’re waiting for you.)

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Tags: Advice & Inspiration · SEO

SEO Warfare Part 2: Counteracting Competitor’s Ranking Strategies

June 28th, 2007 · 5 Comments

Now, as promised, I want to talk more about finding out what your competitors are possibly doing to outrank you and how to counteract their SEO efforts. This is a continuation of the first post, Tactics of SEO Warfare for Web Businesses.

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Tags: SEO

Tactics of SEO Warfare for Web Businesses

June 22nd, 2007 · 12 Comments

So let’s say you’re a business owner, or you do consulting. And you have a competitor who outranks you in the Google search results for your niche…let’s say the search term is “adult baby diapers“. Haha no let’s not say that. (I’ve just been reading some weird things lately. Read that article I linked to. […]

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Tags: Advice & Inspiration · Business How-To's · Ecommerce · SEO

The Secret Power Anyone Can Wield for MORE MONEY!

June 21st, 2007 · 5 Comments

I remember riding the bus home from school and gazing out the window while I imagined having super powers, like being able to fly, or being super strong, or having x-ray vision, or having mind powers. Of course, these super powers always made me the hero – the one who won in the end, underdog […]

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Tags: Advice & Inspiration · Business How-To's · Leadership

How a Teen Can Make a Million Dollars with No Work

June 19th, 2007 · 11 Comments

When I think of how easy it is for a teenager to make an easy million for retirement, I almost get sick because no one told me about this 15 years ago. Now I’m already old. If I want to make a million dollars, I have to work extra hard for it. But these teens […]

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Tags: Advice & Inspiration · Money Management · Thrifty Living

More Money Means Better SEX

June 18th, 2007 · 1 Comment

We all have heard that money can’t buy happiness. But apparently it can buy a better sex life- which many would equate to happiness, right? A recent survey, “Money as an Aphrodisiac — Being Rich Means Getting Lucky on Your Own Terms,” found that money is an enabler in a number of ways to enhance […]

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Tags: News

Soul-Sucking Jobs & What You Can Do About Them

June 15th, 2007 · 3 Comments

“Do I gotta go back to work?” TGIF is a familiar and heart-felt sentiment for most people. (Not to mention a very corny acronym.) And not solely because the weekend is their “off time,” but because a majority of people hate their soul-sucking jobs. Sunday night comes and they start to feel the dread. Monday […]

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Tags: Advice & Inspiration · Uncategorized

Highest Paying, No Degree, White Collar Work-At-Home Jobs

June 13th, 2007 · 9 Comments

Just as there are endless legitimate reasons to want to work from home, there are many different kinds of jobs you can do from home. But some pay more than others depending on what you do. For example, a computer programmer who works from home is bound to make some good money. But what about […]

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Tags: Business How-To's · Running a Business · Self Employment News

Think More Intelligently About Making Money Online

June 10th, 2007 · 10 Comments

A few years ago, back before Hurricane Katrina, back when a lot of people thought Britney Spears was hot, back when Google was just another search engine and not the Beast 666 computer, back in another age and another place… I used to work as an “IT specialist” at a multimedia company. It was not […]

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Tags: Advice & Inspiration · Business How-To's · Ecommerce

Cash Only Jobs in the Underground Economy

June 8th, 2007 · 5 Comments

When I was in junior high school, I did what my brothers and sister had done before me: I started a lucrative (for a kid, anyway) candy-selling business. We did not get any allowance and so we all had other ways of earning money; this was one that we all dabbled in for a bit. […]

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Tags: Business Profiles · DIY Life · Running a Business · Self Employment News