If I said that I didn’t enjoy blogging, I’d be lying. Blogging has slowly become a part of my life, over the last past decade and for the most part, blogging has changed my life for the better. Blogging is similar to keeping a journal of what’s going on within my life and in my career. Blogging allows others to view my life’s journal, as an open book. Through my blog, I teach others how to do the exact same things that I do, in which caused me to become a successful entrepreneur and Search Marketer. (more…)
If you’re one of those who’ve been focusing any of your attention on what all the Social SEO’s are rambling about, day in and day out via Google+ then I’d assume your pretty fucked up right about now. Keeping up with what SEO’s are discussing on Google+ isn’t doing anything more for you than, helping you keep up with the Kardashians. Whithout mentioning any names, the majority of SEO’s on Google+ aren’t doing anything more than attempting to sell their new platform/product/book on the backend of their latest HOA. (more…)
What is a new Local SEO? A new Local SEO is an untrusted Local SEO, at least until he/she earns his merits in the local search community. The Local SEO Company, owned by Gregory Smith — a well respected, veteran of the Local Search Industry has decided to rebrand The Local SEO Company, to something more appealing.
As I introduced in a recent blog post, Search Simplicity is my new home and blog. I’ve had a good bit of time to fully decide what I wanted to do. With a lot of merit and thorough reputation under my belt with “The Local SEO Company”, I’ve decided that now is a great time to rebrand. The Local SEO Company has enough of a solid reputation to manifest whatever comes its way. Can hold down the fort, so-to-speak. (more…)
Yippy and Welcome to my new blog! I didn’t think you’d ever find my new blog because you know how Google is, when they initially index your website, they just throw it into the Google SERP, somewhere along page 100-200 or something like that. I’m so happy you found me.
Search Simplicity. com — so tell me before I have to ask, what do you think of my pretty new domain name? Cool isn’t it? I though so, that’s why I bought the motherfucker. Cost me a whole 14$. It’s a damn shame that after being with Godaddy for as many years as I have, that they don’t try and at least offer me some sort of discount when I buy domain names. I’ve probably bought 100 or more over the years. (more…)