Check out these cool websites!

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We’ve just uploaded a new page to our site all about really cool wesbites! If you’re ever bored then you should definitely check it out here: https://shopsseo.wordpress.com/cool-websites/

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Need a laugh? Check these out!

If you’re down in the dumps or feeling low, don’t worry, my friend, I have something that will put a smile on your face! In hard times the best thing you can do is laugh. Laugh really hard. What’s the best way to do that? Watch people FAIL, simple! So here are the funniest fails of 2017 so far:

Are Fiverr gigs any good for SEO?

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Having been involved in the SEO for many years now there was always one question stuck in the back of my mind that wouldn’t quite go away: ‘Do cheap SEO/internet marketing gigs work?’. When you see $5 gigs on sites such as Fiverr the first thing that comes into your head is ‘obviously that’s a load of rubbish!’…but is that actually the case? Well, I attempted to find out! For the sake of fairness and to remain as neutral as possible I will not be naming specific gigs in this article, but I will discuss what gig types I tried and what worked/didn’t work.

What didn’t work

  • GSA blasts and the like. Total tripe. Obviously it depends on where you’re sending the links to, but I tried firing GSA blasts (from several different sellers) at a wide array of URLs, sites, videos etc…and they had zero impact.
  • Access to millions of social media followers. Again, utter codswallop. Buying services from people who claim to the admin of a Facebook group with a million followers, or who have millions of twitter followers is tantamount to throwing money down a drain! I tried several services out, all of which claimed that my website would be presented to millions. How many clicks did I get from these so called ‘people’? None. Nada. Zero. Zilch. Clearly a con!

What did work?

Surprisingly, cheap PBN posts actually had a positive impact on rankings. I had a page on an authority site that once ranked fairly well (20th for a 20,000 search per month term) but faded off into obscurity many moons ago. I decided to give it a blast with a service that offered 20 PBN links for just $5. I bought 6 of these. I then threw 250 web 2.0 links at the same page. The result (after a month or so) 98 to 18. Not bad for $35 I think! The ranking has settled there and I’ll need either a lot more of these or something more powerful to get it into the top ten, but I’m happy with what I’ve found and it just goes to show that if you search carefully you can actually find some decent gigs in Fiverr!

Thanks for reading!

Welcome to my Blog!

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Hello world! How are we all today? I do hope you are very well of course (I’m well, thank you for asking). Why a blog you’re probably wondering? Well, as you may or may not be able to tell, I like to communicate with people and write about things…so what better way to do this than with an interactive blog?

What will this blog be about? I’m a software engineer by trade and therefore I like computers and things related to computers. But don’t worry folks, this blog won’t just be a little computer nerd talking about nerdy computer things as I’ll try and incorporate some things in here that perhaps you wouldn’t expect to find in the writings of a geek. I am partial to eating food and many even share with you some thoughts on that should I feel the need to do so (I’m sure you’ll all love a review of a Domino’s pizza!!!). I’ll also provide any updates about my life, so yeah, feel free to join the ride!

Much love,

Max.