Blog Archives for the General category

Interview with Patrick Gavin – Web Business Valuation and Brand Signals

Todd: 1.     How is SEO important to an online business? Patrick: I think it’s paramount for an online business.  I personally believe paid search is a very tough strategy for most small and mid sized businesses leaving organic search traffic as a huge part of the […]

Interview with Aaron Wall aka SEOBook

1. You’ve proved seo isn’t dead (repeatedly) – what is the future of it ? Search is becoming a big money game & the barrier to entry (particularly of building out your own site rather than riding on a 3rd party platform site) keeps being lifted. Even the […]

16 Things That Give SEO a Bad Name

16 things that are wrecking the “SEO Community” I’ve been putting this post off for quite a long time, but I figured it is a great way to start off a new run of blogging, and is still pretty much as accurate as when I […]

Website Valuation and Domain Appraisal Myths: A Cautionary Tale for Domainers

Firstly, I think domainers are geniuses. They are the only group of people that I know that can work as little as they do, and make as much as they do. Top level domainers are the TRUE optimizers, and saw the biggest gapping hole in […]

Cracking the Google Algorithm, and Understanding Search Patents with Ted “tedster” Ulle

Ted Ulle aka "Tedster" surpassed a mind-blowing 26,000 posts at Webmasterworld where he has been an adminstrator for years as one of the unsung heros of SEO as a gracious contributor to one of the web’s most comprehensive and informative SEO forums. Tedster was credited […]

Affiliate Summit East and San Jose Search Engine Strategies and

3 Things to post here at Stuntdubl Land. IM Charity Party – Please help by spreading the word. If you were there last year, you know, and can help spread the word. Should be a great time for a great cause. Affiliate Summit Panel of […]

Stunt Train Search and Social Marketing Manifesto 2.0

I’ve been meaning to revise some old posts for quite some time, and am starting to finally get around to it. I’ll likely go down the list of some of my favorite posts, and do edits to what I feel has changed in the past […]

Internet Marketer’s Charity Party –

SES San Jose should be a great time. I’m slotted to moderate a session on SEO friendly design and development, as well as do a site review session. I’m glad I didn’t have to create a new presentation, because planning a party is tough! Anyhow […]

SES Toronto and MarketMotive – Competitive Webmaster Tools Seminar

I’ve spent the last three weeks compiling the master list of competitive webmaster tools. I don’t think I’ve worked this hard on something in quite some time, and it’s definitely the best presentation I’ve ever done. Currently at over 300 screenshot slides – It will […]