SEO Offers

I hope everyone knows by now not to fall for those emails offering you SEO help or ranking on google. SEO stands for “sucker give me your money fool!”

Ok, it doesn’t stand for that, but it should. SEO is actually a legitimate IT term, but what they don’t tell you is that google ranking is a matrix and impossible to crack. It’s traffic based, link driven, and you can’t create it by paying money.

At one point this site was ranked pretty high for a blog, but it was always going to be limited based off of what it was. I get countless offers for “help” even though I lost my rank and I can tell a ton of them aren’t bots. People like to hustle.

If you want to drive traffic to your site do it through the grind of work and organically. There’s a few truths in this world.

You don’t have a billionaire uncle in a remote country that just died and left you his fortune.

Honest Sam from GoogleDoneRight.com isn’t going to help you become the next big thing.

And mustard on pretzels is awesome.

-Opinionated Man

12 thoughts on “SEO Offers

  1. I love that phrase: “do it through the grind of work and organically.” In the world of so much noise and reposting, it is definitely true that authentic material pays in the end. I think the whole point of blogging is sort of getting the jist and mindset of someone else; getting a glimpse of ideas and ways of thinking, at its best. Cheers.

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  2. Mustard on pretzels? Eww!

    Okay, it might be worth a try.
    Part of the reason you lost your ranking, though, was because your blog’s name is too generic. It would take a hell of a popular ‘nother Linda G. Hill to wipe me off the first 11 pages of Google. Or, you know, if I lost my domain. 😛

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  3. Does this mean that the Nairobian Princess that sent me an email stating that she wants me to handle her $45,000,000,000 estate is lying to me?!? I just gave her my routing and account nubmer for my checking account! She said that it will help me as well!

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