• theneatgeek

    Great article for someone like me, whose head usually hurts when I read most articles on SEO. I like your honestly about not being able to control everything. I think people get too caught up in link building that they forget to produce great content.

  • RobSkidmore

    I’ll admit I started reading this only for the title. But you managed to connect the two topics quite well. I agree it takes a certain amount of passion and perspective to be successful at anything. Thanks for sharing. 

    Also: Am I the only one who thinks it’s funny when people say they try to be authentic. I feel like authenticity isn’t something that you can try to be. Like I can’t try to be a human being because I am one. Ya know?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=687466742 John Hones

    Great article, will certainly refer back to this in times of uncertainty :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/kns1988 Kunal N Shah

    Nice article with comprehensive information, while I agree that loving what one does is important, it may not always be possible to do so. As such, one can outsource the same to experts at times. I run a blog on social media and I got a professional SEO company, 
    http://www.agencyplatform.com/seo-services.html  to handle it for me. Must say the results were really good!

  • http://twitter.com/rogerweavers Roger Weavers

    Yep great article. SEO is not an exact science but a bit or an art.  You need passion and instinct to be in this game.

  • http://twitter.com/freedatingforu Loyla

    Great article keep up the good work.
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  • alcantaramedia

    Great analogy to Tebow. Now, that’s hes a Jet, I’m sure you can fit another one. “If it’s not working, change team”?