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5 Ways to Uncover Scammy SEO Agencies

by · December 27, 2012

Is your SEO company scamming you?

Are they using spammy tactics that could actually harm your website?

Can they actually produce results, or are they just stealing your money?

Don’t waste any more time wondering.. here’s a checklist of 5 ways to put your SEO firm to the test…

  1. They don’t charge enough
  2. They Have Publicly Posted Complaints
  3. They Don’t Share Case Studies or References
  4. They Don’t Measure Themselves
  5. They Don’t Share the Secret Sauce

#1) They Don’t Charge Enough

Plain and simple, you get what you pay for.

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The Evolution Of Submission Marketing

by · December 13, 2010

The first social media conference I ever attended was a two-day festival on how to game Digg. Okay, it wasn’t officially advertised as such, but it seemed like every discussion on- or off-stage circled around to how one could accumulate enough votes to get on the front page and crash your website’s servers from the impending explosion of traffic. Granted, this was 2007 and “social media marketing” meant getting on the front page of Digg.

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