Blog: SEO

The Latest SEO Scam: If You Don’t Rank, You Don’t Have To Pay Us (anymore)

The Latest SEO Scam: If You Don’t Rank, You Don’t Have To Pay Us (anymore)

They promise the client’s website will rank for at least 4 out of 10 keywords/key phrases (of his choice) on the first page of Google within 90 to 120 days. If he does not get ranked, he does not have to pay them ANYMORE.

Dec 3rd, 2013

Beware of the Experts: BUY 50,000 Twitter Followers, Facebook Likes, YouTube Views

Beware of the Experts: BUY 50,000 Twitter Followers, Facebook Likes, YouTube Views

Holy Social Media Scam! Where in the world did all these services all of sudden come from? And why on earth would anybody with more than 2 coherent brain cells [&hellip

Feb 20th, 2012

Beware of the Experts: Things to Ask a WebDesign Company Before You Hire Them

Beware of the Experts: Things to Ask a WebDesign Company Before You Hire Them

Ask to have a developer present during the meeting. If they don’t have a developer, you might get pretty pictures, but not functioning website.
We prepared a couple of questions to ask them during the meeting to see if they’re actually capable of doing what they they say they can or will do for you

Feb 14th, 2012

Beware of the Experts: How to Choose a WebDesign Company (that doesn’t suck)

Beware of the Experts: How to Choose a WebDesign Company (that doesn’t suck)

Nowadays, there’s a WebDesign company on every corner. They all are the best and the greatest and they all promise you everything from a $99 website to an online store within 12 hours.
Things you should do before you even meet with your potential WebDesign company

Feb 13th, 2012

Beware of the Experts: Fakes, Fiction and Facts

Beware of the Experts: Fakes, Fiction and Facts

While for me and fellow web-workers with the appropriate level of education and adequate experience (yes, I think both are required) it is generally fairly easy to spot a fake and/or a self-proclaimed guru; the general public, the unsuspecting Small Business Owner and therefore our beloved "expert’s" preferred target has almost no way to detect a fake.

Dec 20th, 2011