• How to prevent competitors from seeing your AdWords ads

    by  • February 20, 2009 • 27 Comments

    For whatever reason, you might decide you don’t want your competitors from seeing your AdWords ads.  The reason can be as simple as suspecting your competitor might be clicking on your ads or perhaps a competitor keeps stealing your ad copy.  Or you could just want your competitor to be searching for the golden keywords […]

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    Is your web dev team losing your PPC conversions?

    by  • February 18, 2009 • 4 Comments

    I was on a conference call today and I had said how many people misunderstand what click fraud actually is, and some mistakenly believe that just because a click doesn’t convert that it has to be click fraud.  But in many cases, it had zero to do with the quality of the click, but instead has […]

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    Springboard off of a successful blog entry

    by  • January 21, 2009 • 9 Comments

    It is funny how sometimes the one blog post you write off the top of your head on a whim ends up being the one that gets all the attention. It hits the main page of Digg, gets 100s of comments when most of your blog entries get fewer than a dozen and gets more […]

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    Have you become too money obsessed with your blog?

    by  • January 12, 2009 • 6 Comments

    There are definitely blogs that I have been a loyal subscriber in the past that I now turn away from with distaste. And there are other blogs that I had come across because of one excellent blog entry I discovered – usually one in the archives that I landed on either through a link from […]

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    Does your blog stand out from the crowd?

    by  • January 7, 2009 • 7 Comments

    Does your blog do you enough justice to help you stand above the rest of the crowd?  Or has it faded into the background while other bloggers have gone on to become more successful?   Chances are pretty good your blog is not reaching its full potential .  But what can you do to ensure that your blog stands […]

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    Are you losing sales to the Good Enough Syndrome?

    by  • January 6, 2009 • 4 Comments

    We have all done it – we have gotten so incredibly sick and tired of working on site, whether it is a brand new one or simply a site redesign, when we hit the point – usually during extreme exhaustion – that we decide the site is “Good Enough” to launch or go live. And […]

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    What is the value of your affiliate marketing information?

    by  • November 4, 2008 • 7 Comments

    I received an email from an affiliate company, which run through a well known affiliate network, that all payments for the previous month were on hold pending an individual audit. Now, this is nothing really that new, sometimes there is a phone verification or PIN verification (a la AdSense) and sometimes it is an audit […]

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    Dave Naylor’s SEO Addiction

    by  • August 26, 2008 • 13 Comments

    When I heard that David Naylor, AKA DaveN, was going to be a part of the SEO Rehab & Intervention session at San Jose SES, which was how to deal with your SEO addictions, I found it pretty amusing… after all, of all the SEOs I know, I would rank Dave as being the one […]

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