SEO is changing. What was once a simple process consisting of guest blogging, commenting, and backlinking has turned into a behemoth checklist of “do’s” “dont’s” and “Please God No’s”.
Facebook advertising is taking the world by storm. Despite the growing prevalence of other social media channels like Instagram and Snapchat, Facebook is still the unrivaled king of the social networks. And it isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
After several years running and growing a number of successful online companies, I have developed a finely tuned “Business B.S. Meter.”
Life lessons come in all shapes and sizes. The greatest lessons I ever learned were the ones that came from failure. It forced me to analyze the direction my life was going and to take an honest look at how I was presenting myself. Here are 5 lessons I learned from failing over and over …
The best practices within the world of SEO have been like a roller coaster over the past decade.
Have you ever watched the movie The Shooter with Mark Wahlberg? It’s a story about an ex-marine scout sniper who is framed for a political assassination and is forced into a dangerous mission to clear his name.
You know that old saying by Pablo Picasso that “Good artists copy and great artists steal”?
SEO is a lot like football. It might be played in yards, but it’s won in inches.
My friend Zain made a post 5 days ago on Facebook about a dog named Onyx that was abandoned by its owners. He bought a foreclosure and the poor dog got left behind for one reason or another.
What determines the success of a business? Is it luck? Hard work? Passion? Maybe.