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Boston Pubcon Recovery Mode – Linking Presentation Posted

Online marketing information can change quickly This article is 15 years and 63 days old, and the facts and opinions contained in it may be out of date.

Usually by the time I return from a conference, I have all the mental capacity of a sea snail. I really don’t understand how folks blog and still manage to enjoy themselves. I generally shut down from the online world for about a week or so:)

I think I’ll skip all the shoutouts for fear of missing someone, but thanks to all those that I did have conversations with. I can’t think of one that I didn’t enjoy. WMW takes it’s fair share of kicking from haters, but I don’t think anyone can argue with the community atmosphere of a pubcon. Everyone is incredibly friendly and happy to be there. The entire show has a different vibe of positive energy of people discussing amazing ideas and creating lasting partnerships.

If I talked to you at the show, or you didn’t get a chance to say hey…feel free to drop me a line anytime. If you missed the show…or really just want to know a bit more about buying text link advertising, you can check out my Paid link strategies presentation. Thanks again to everyone who helps make the show a success, and makes attending very enjoyable.

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  • Hawaii Seo

    Hi Todd,

    Thanks for posting your presentation. I wish I could have been there.

    Could you elaborate on using Yahoo! Site Explorer to find competitors paid links or how to use it to see if your own paid links are attracting the wrong type of attention?


  • scoreboard

    It’s the open source Tattler (copyright, Boser)…

    Great presentation, Todd. Something in there for everyone.

  • SAM

    Hey Todd great presentaion. I do not think I will ever understand how Google can
    complain about people buying relevant links.
    Whats wrong with buying legit text link advertising from a highly relevant site??

    My 3 cents.


  • Lynn Terry

    It was great to meet you in person. I’ve been a lurker on your blog for awhile, but it took me a while to put the two and two together. I still wanted to call you by “stuntdubl” by the end of the conference. LOL.

    The session was great, by the way. And thanks for posting your presentation. Very helpful!

    Lynn Terry