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Are You One Of The "Most Dependable" SEOs?
Posted 22 August 2008 - 06:01 PM
Posted 25 August 2008 - 04:29 AM
THE 10 MOST DEPENDABLE SEO FIRMS:
150 firms turned down this distinction before 1. SEOsluts
78 firms turned down this distinction before 2. SEOdorks
513 firms turned down this distinction before 3. What's SEO?
I wonder if this will have any affect on magazine's like Inc and the integrity of their advertisers. Surely, this has enlightened me about this process, and it doesn't make me want to buy INC again.
The reason you've never made the list is that you couldn't buy your way onto it. That's the point. Do you think if Brad Pitt refused to pay for even a photo shoot that would STOP People from making him one of the 50 most beautiful?
I'm more perplexed that the firms who refused to pay might actually be more 'dependable' and I'll never know who they were.
Posted 26 August 2008 - 05:49 AM
Posted 26 August 2008 - 08:14 AM
Posted 26 August 2008 - 08:18 AM
Posted 26 August 2008 - 10:08 AM
I don't really do PPC either, except occasionally writing the ad copy (if you can call 35 characters copy), but I do know that Google has a superlative rule that states you can't use a superlative like 'best,' 'most', or 'top' in your ad copy unless you have it corroborated on your website be a 3rd party of some repute. Being able to say something like: SEOsluts - one of the top 10 most dependable firms in the country - certainly will give their PPC ads a HUGE boost especially if the search queries come from companies that just don't understand that this is a paid for distinction, and since Google is so adamant that other advertisers can't use superlatives, when a superlative appears in ad it really, really sticks out.
How is that for the longest run on sentence in this thread? Do I get an award for the top 10 run-on-sentence writers? Can I pay you a dollar to get that distinction? (I have to stop now, I am actually having too much fun with this.)
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