• smichaelgriffin

    The issue of limited time and funding isn’t specific to the web. Any business decision with “so much potential benefit” involves risk. As SEOs we should be able to quantify (however broadly) the potential ROI of our actions so that business owners can invest their resources wisely.

  • http://www.manual-submissions.com/ Michiel Van Kets

    most likely your company outsourced it to me; I’m pretty much the only link building production line in the world, nobody knows, as everybody has been lying about it, like you said, but … it’s me

    I doubt there’s anybody in the world who knows as much about link building as i do; I’m the one who has been doing the actual work; I have very exclusive knowledge, which is why you don’t see me as much in public; I’m not sharing it with people who lie through their teeth to the clients

    see it like this; let’s say I seel car tires; you can buy a tire and put it on yourself, but nobody does that, you buy it in a garage and have it done for you; there’s no need to hide me, except of course if you don’t add value

    see it as it is; I’m here now; coming out and letting the world know they don’t need you; they can order directly from me at 1/3 of the price; I’m the person who did all the link building for all those companies for the last 6-7 years; I’m the source!

  • http://www.facebook.com/vaidhyasiv Siv Vaidhyanathan

    The underlying question, “how am I going to be there?” remains at top. This blog however does help this question.

  • http://www.facebook.com/christopherR2D2 Christopher Rice

    Agree — and I’ve seen entrepreneurs struggle to find the same success online as they had offline. There are connections, but it’s still a different beast.

  • http://www.facebook.com/christopherR2D2 Christopher Rice

    I’m interested to see what happens as well — it seems like Google is burning a lot of bridges by becoming competitive with their neighbors.