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Announcing the Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest Winners!

Sep 16, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   Contests, SEO Blog  //  33 Comments

Wow…I have to say this contest has lived up to its “Bad Ass” name. I am honored to have so much awesome talent on my blog. And I’d like to really thank each and every bloggers that took the time to write their “Bad Ass” posts.
I’d also like to thank all of the Kick-Ass Sponsors that made the cash (and some non-cash) prizes possible. You can check out the full list of sponsors by clicking here.

Let me briefly explain how we came up with the winners. I had several independent judges (some of which are professional writers) that were asked to rate each post on a scale of 1 to 10 based its overall quality and creativity. I averaged all of these scores to determine the winners. Number of comments, amount of ReTweets and general social engagement was also looked at as a secondary metric that we used to determine the tie breakers (which there were several)
The Winners Are…:

1st place Reasons You Should Blog Drunk by Jennifer Van Iderstyne $325.

2nd place 9 Search Optimization Tips with Benefits for Your Visitors by Kristi Hines $300.

3rd place 6 Shocking Truths About Internet Marketing by Mark Thompson $275

4th place Little Things Bloggers Crave And Most Never Get by Andrew Rondeau $225.

5th place How to Stop Competitors Copying Your Links by John McElborough $200.

6th place The Number One Keyword Metric: Profit by Jason Capshaw $175.

7th place 5 Ways to Get Great Results from Your Social Media Efforts by Onibalusi $150.

8th place Is it Time to Rethink Where You Have Your Social Time Invested? by Kaila Strong $125.

9th place SEM, SEO, Social Media and their Connection to Each Other by Melvin Dichoso $100.

10th place How to Get Blog Ideas – A very effective way to conquer blogger’s block! by Gloson $75.

11th place 6 Kick-ass Ways To Market Your Blog by Devesh $75.

12th place Regular Coffee or a Latte? Which Keywords Do You Want to Rank For? by Kristin Page $75.

13th place 3 Tips for Effective ‘Link Luv’ by John Landells Prize, Link-Assistant.Com SEO PowerSuite Enterprise (max. functionality license) life-time subscription.

14th place The Value of In-Content Keyword Links by Carol Wiley. Prize, A full years membership at David Harry’s SEO Training Dojo

15th place Email marketing that works by Denise Gabbard 1 year Business Hosting plan from Hostgator.com

If you were a cash winner, please send me your Paypal address to htownseo at gmail dot com, immediately so I can hook you up with your loot!

Congratulations to all who participated. Everyone did a wonderful job!

I’m sure we will have another one of these contest the next time the donkey misbehaves ;-)

Gerald Weber

I founded Search Engine Marketing Group in December 2005. More recently I co-founded viralcontentbuzz.com. which is the free platform that helps bloggers generate REAL "social buzz" on their best content. Feel free to follow me on Google+

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The Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest

Aug 2, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   blogging, pay per click, SEO Blog, Social Media  //  36 Comments

Yes, you read correctly, it’s time for The Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest. For the next month, I’ll be accepting guest posts right here on my blog. As you can see below, the top guest bloggers are eligible to receive cash prizes (current pot is $2100.) cash and there are a couple non-cash prizes.

To clarify, you don’t have to actually be a bad ass SEO (although it wouldn’t hurt) to enter the contest. The general theme is SEO and the contest itself is bad ass since we have several generous sponsors that put up cash and a few other prizes.

What is the Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest? Blogging is always fun, but it’s even more fun when there is cold hard cash involved. Starting today (August 2nd) until September 2nd, you can submit guest posts to my blog. I’m pretty flexible as far as acceptable topics as long as they fit within the general theme of this blog. So, anything from SEO to blogging to social media will do.

How long does the contest last? The contest starts today August 2nd and ends September 2nd You must submit your post between these dates in order to be eligible to win. The winners will be announced 15 days after the contest ends. This will allow us ample time to publish any remaining posts and to judge all contest entries.

What can you win? Take a look at all the sponsors, cash and other prizes!

$200. Prize Sponsors

Daniel McGonagle Link Building

BestTravelWebsites.com Best Travel Sites

ArrangeYourVacation.com Vacation Rentals

$150 Prize Sponsors

Candy Store

$100 Prize Sponsors

Alisa Bowman Marriage Advice

Vertical measures

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SEO Software

SEO Ottawa

Virtual Assistants

Hesham Zebida Thesis Skins

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Toni J Young Network Marketing Training

Quillcards Distinctive Ecards by Quillcards

Ghostwriter Dad Ghostwriting services

$50 Prize Sponsors

Whitney Segura Whitney Segura’s Internet Marketing Blog

James Brown James Brown

Raxa Design Houston web design

Eric Brantner Freelance Copywriter

The Servant Media Houston Business Development

Ana Hoffman, Traffic Generation Cafe Increasing Targeted Website Traffic

The Lane Real Estate Team Kennewick Homes

Other prizes: Non-Cash Sponsors

Hostgator.com 1 year Business Hosting plan. Includes toll free phone number and SSL $179.40 value Business Web Hosting

David Harry A full years membership at SEO Dojo, a value of $250.SEO Training Dojo

Link-Assistant.Com SEO PowerSuite Enterprise (max. functionality license) $599 worth with a life-time Live! Plan subscription. SEO tools

Special thanks to the contest media partner: My Blog Guest. MyBlogGuest.com is the free guest post exchange community where users meet to exchange guest posts and network.

What are the rules?

  1. Register for a user account with SEM Group so you can submit your post for review. Please fill out all of your profile information and if you don’t have a Gravatar please get one. You may have up to 3 links in your bio.
  2. If you have already published a guest post here in the past there is no need to register. If this is the case and you aren’t sure about your login just send me an email and I’ll let you know your login credentials.

  3. You must submit your post by September 2nd 2010
  4. Your article must be original content, and it must be written by you.
  5. On the day your post is published, you must write a post on your blog about the contest that contains a link to the official contest post and links to all of the sponsors. A You can get the code to link to all of the sponsors here

    $200. Prize Sponsors

    Daniel McGonagle Link Building

    BestTravelWebsites.com Best Travel Sites

    ArrangeYourVacation.com Vacation Rentals

    $150 Prize Sponsors

    Candy Store

    $100 Prize Sponsors

    Alisa Bowman Marriage Advice

    Vertical measures

    Internet Marketing Services

    SEO Software

    SEO Ottawa

    Virtual Assistants

    Hesham Zebida Thesis Skins

    Gerald Weber Houston SEO

    Toni J Young Network Marketing Training

    Quillcards Distinctive Ecards by Quillcards

    Ghostwriter Dad Ghostwriting services

    $50 Prize Sponsors

    Whitney Segura Whitney Segura's Internet Marketing Blog

    James Brown James Brown

    Raxa Design Houston web design

    Eric Brantner Freelance Copywriter

    The Servant Media Houston Business Development

    Ana Hoffman, Traffic Generation Cafe Increasing Targeted Website Traffic

    The Lane Real Estate Team Kennewick Homes

    Other prizes: Non-Cash Sponsors

    Hostgator.com 1 year Business Hosting plan. Includes toll free phone number and SSL $179.40 value Business Web Hosting

    David Harry A full years membership at SEO Dojo, a value of $250.SEO Training Dojo

    Link-Assistant.Com SEO PowerSuite Enterprise (max. functionality license) $599 worth with a life-time Live! Plan subscription. SEO tools

    Special thanks to the contest media partner: My Blog Guest. MyBlogGuest.com is the free guest post exchange community where users meet to exchange guest posts and network.

  6. You can be either a sponsor for the contest or you can compete in the contest. Unfortunately you can’t do both.

Post Guidelines

  1. Guest posts must be at least 450 words, not to exceed 1000 words.
  2. You may have as many links as you wish in the body of the content. However, please limit links to your projects or websites to your bio. Absolutely no affiliate links allowed.
  3. Your bio must have a Gravatar. Please use a picture of yourself and not a logo.
  4. Keep your post relevant to the overall theme of this blog. SEO, link building, internet marketing, pay per click, social media, blogging tips are all acceptable topics.

How to win

  1. Write a post about the contest to help spread the word in the blogosphere. Your post (contest submission) will be judged First on quality of the content and style of the post.
  2. Add Sponsors links to your post using the correct anchor text and make sure the links are do-follow. This is extremely important and your post won’t be eligible to win if you haven’t fulfilled this requirement. The sponsors are the ones making the cash prizes possible, so show them some link love.
  3. A high value is placed on the number of and quality of comments received on your guest post. Also, be sure to interact with and respond to your commentators. This will help you win! Ambiguous and/or spammy comments will not help you.
  4. Spread the word about your post through all your social media channels: Twitter, Facebook, Sphinn, etc. A high value will be placed on number of Tweets and overall social media promotion.
  5. Keep in mind, the sooner you submit your post the more time you’ll have to promote it. So the early bird gets the worm!

Also feel free to use the donkey image in your post. You can get the code here

Also feel free to upload the image to your server if you like.

IF you have any questions feel free to contact me. Also you can contact me on Skype, I’m searchengineguy.

Let the blogging begin! Woot!

Gerald Weber

I founded Search Engine Marketing Group in December 2005. More recently I co-founded viralcontentbuzz.com. which is the free platform that helps bloggers generate REAL "social buzz" on their best content. Feel free to follow me on Google+

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Blog Commenting Faux Pas, Red Flags, and Best Practices

Mar 30, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   blogging, SEO Blog, Social Media  //  97 Comments

As blog commenting becomes more popular as a form of link building and traffic generation, there is a steady increase of those who are trying to abuse the blog commenting system. But as many comment abusers are starting to learn, with the increase in spam is an increase in systems (such as Akismet) designed to thwart their attempts. So commenting abusers are finding more creative ways to bypass these systems and look more legit.

Commenting Faux Pas

So how do bloggers determine which comments to keep and which ones to trash or mark as spam? Here are some major faux pas and red flags when it comes to commenting.

Ambiguous Comments

“Wow, what a great post. This is my first time to visit here, and I like everything so much that I have subscribed.”

Sounds like a great comment, right? It’s easy, especially for new bloggers or those who are struggling to get comments / subscribers to fall for this type of flattery. But the problem with this comment is that it could go with any post on pretty much any site.

Comments from the Same IP

“Angie | this domain.com | angie@thisdomain.com | 122.44.77.35 | Blah blah blah blah blah…”

“Tera | that domain.com | tera@thatdomain.com | 122.44.77.35 | Blah blah blah blah blah…”

“Tom | other domain.com | tom@otherdomain.com | 122.44.77.35 | Blah blah blah blah blah…”

Many blog systems allow blog owners to view the IP address of their commenters. If several comments come in using different names, different emails, different websites, but the same IP address, this is going to be a huge tipoff that the comments are all spam.

Copied Comments

“Social media is a really nice way to generate traffic. And YouTube is the best (in our opinion) means to do it. Maybe this is because one has to invest some time and efforts in making a video, so one naturally tends to make a video which is REALLY interesting for people. It’s much easier to “tweet” something, so more often than not one “tweets” rather “something about nothing” (at the same time – unfortunatlly!! – spamming the internet).”

“I’m happy to see more and more of my favorite charities on Facebook and even on Twitter sometime. I do whatever I can to help by sharing their FB messages and retweeting their tweets.”

“I have had a facebook for a long time but it was just recently that I began using it again actively. I also created a fan page and as of now is on the building and growing process. I know i have yet more to learn regarding using facebook to its full potential and advantage. It is my first time to hear about facebook insight. Will definitely be giving it a try. Thanks for sharing.”

“Social media is a really nice way to generate traffic. I’m happy to see more and more of my favorite charities on Facebook and even on Twitter sometime. I have had a facebook for a long time but it was just recently that I began using it again actively. Thanks for sharing.”

A new trend in spam commenting is taking bits and pieces of approved comments and sewing them together into a “unique” new comment. If the blog owner is in tune with their reader’s responses, they will get a feeling of deja vu which will tip them off if they have received a copied comment.

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Gerald Weber

I founded Search Engine Marketing Group in December 2005. More recently I co-founded viralcontentbuzz.com. which is the free platform that helps bloggers generate REAL "social buzz" on their best content. Feel free to follow me on Google+

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How To Create an html Signature in Gmail

Mar 29, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   SEO Blog  //  21 Comments

When I first made the decision to consolidate all of my various and many email accounts over to gmail, I was initially very frustrated with the fact that Google’s gmail only allows you to create a plain text email signature. I was seriously like what the ****?! #GoogleFail!

This was a real issue for me because I have been using a nice flashy html signature for many years.

However this was only an issue until I stumbled upon a post Ann Smarty had written back in 2008 titled SEO Consultant’s Email Signature – What’s Your Tactic? One of the commentators in the post mentioned a cool firefox plugin for easily creating email signatures.

Wisetamp to the rescue! Fortunately Wisestamp is now also available as a Google chrome extension

Once you have the plugin installed, as you can see from the screenshot below, the WYSIWYG editor is very simple, straight forward and easy to use. You can easily switch between visual and html mode, as well as add your blog’s RSS feed, IM ID’s and all of your social networks along with their icons.

Other Key features

  • Easily switch between email signature (business & personal)
  • Easy to use WYSIWYG editor (switch between visual & html mode)
  • Ability to add your blog’s RSS feed
  • Automatically insert signature into webmail Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo mail, Hotmail etc
  • Easily include instant messaging ID’s & icons
  • Ability to link to all of your social profiles (48 different options)
  • Easily add an image or logo
  • Quick preview

For those of you that haven’t received an email from me yet, here is what my current email signature created with wisestamp looks like.

Wisestamp has a nice gallery of email signatures where you can see some additional examples for inspiration.

Bonus Tip

Add a nice RSS subscribe button to your signature using feedburner

Search Engine Marketing Group Blog

Feedburner has a very neat RSS email signature widget. Here are the simple steps. Login to your feedburner account, click on your feed, click on publicize, click on email signature.

Now you will have several options to customize the look and feel. Once you have it the way you like, select (just give me the code) from the drop down menu and you can just paste this into the html editor for wisestamp.

Do you have any cool email signature tips? Please let us know about them in the comments.

Gerald Weber

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FamousBloggers.net Guest Blogging Contest

Mar 4, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   SEO Blog  //  15 Comments

I’ve entered a Guest Blogging contest over at Famousbloggers.net. Here is a link to the post if you want to check it out How to Put the Kibosh on Content Scrapers & Thieves

If you are interested in participating in the contest here are the details.

Contest sponsors:

Contest Prizes started at $248 and reached $447.75

  • $50 Cash via PayPal from MMO social network

  • $50 cash via PayPal from DesignGizer.com design bookmark site

  • $15 cash via PayPal from making money online IBlogZone.com

  • $199.75 worth 5 copies of Fresh Journal theme from SimplyFreshThemes.com ($39.95 for each theme)

  • $95 worth 5 copies of 70 Posting Ideas from BetterBloggingforBloggers.com ($18.95 for each copy)

  • $38 worth of 2 free one month memberships (see where people click on your site) from CrazyEgg

Contest winners:

The contest is going to have 5 winners, which means a very big chance for you to win one of our prizes, and if you think about the great benefits of guest blogging you will find your self a winner in all cases.

Who can participate?

The contest is open for everyone who writes any related topic to our blog categories, and this means anyone can be part or it as long as you write unique and fresh post specially for the contest. PLZ make sure you have a valid PayPal account, we are not able to use any other service to deliver prizes.

They will accept only high quality articles related to these niches:

Making Money Online, Marketing, Blogging Tips, SEO, Promotion, Branding, Social Networking, Web Design and Development.

Contest Guidelines:

  • Take a look at FamouBloggers.net submit your article page before start writing your post.

  • Create your account on FamousBloggers.net

  • Write your post and submit it to your Famous Bloggers account.

  • Write a very simple post on your blog with links to our sponsors above & prizes

  • Promote it the way you like! (send it to all your social media friends)

How to win?

First of all (remember) this is a writing/popularity contest, means the useful good content force readers to like it, so be sure to make your post from that type! Then start promoting it using social media, bookmark sites, and even on your blog, this will grantee the maximum exposure for your post and your blog, and don't worry.. we will help you on promoting your post and share it with our community readers.

Contestants will collect points depending on:

  • Quality of your post

  • How many valuable comments

  • How many Tweets

Contest Start/End

The contest is already running and will end at 31 of March 2010.

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2 Bottles of Wine +Some Books + Greeting Cards=Outside the Box Marketing

Feb 13, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   SEO Blog, Social Media  //  20 Comments

Sending gifts and promotional products has always been a powerful marketing tool. It can be used to improve client retention and to reach out to prospects. The Guinness Book of World Records Most Successful Salesman in the World used to send out greeting cards to every customer and prospect on a monthly basis. He was sending out more than 16,000 cards each month, and it worked. Customers knew him by name, and they came to him for all their car-buying needs.

Outside the Box
photo credit: Adam Swank

But now, with the power of social media, gift giving as a marketing tool can make an even bigger splash than before.

I want to share a couple of stories with you of my experiences with receiving promotional products from some of my friends on Twitter.

  • 2 Bottles of Wine from St. Supery Winery—I’ve been following @RickBakas, Director of Social Media for St. Supery Winery, for quite a while now. We had a little interaction with each other, but it wasn’t on a regular basis. Then, one day Rick reached out to me for help pushing some content on Twitter. I obliged, and next thing I know, I’m receiving 2 bottles of wine in the mail. By the way, the wine truly was amazing. Thanks again Rick!

So, why did Rick send me the wine? Well, I think there are a couple of savvy marketing reasons he did so.

  1. To cement our relationship. See, you can only build a relationship through Twitter so much by @replying and DMing. Rick decided to think outside the box by sending me 2 bottles of his companies wine, knowing I’d be forever grateful and pay much closer attention to him.
  2. To spread the word. After getting the wine from Rick, I of course thanked him through Twitter, and now even felt compelled to write an entire blog post about his company’s effective social media marketing tactics.

  • Books from my followers—Rick isn’t my only Twitter follower who has reached out by sending me a promotional product. On a few occasions, my social media pals have sent me books they’ve authored or co-authored. The 2 most recent examples that come to mind are @ConvertBond and @AlisaBowman.

    The book I received from @convertbond (Lawrence McDonald) was called A Colossal FAILURE of common sense(a New York Times best seller), and it took a look at the fall of Lehman brothers. Lawrence was a former VP at Lehman Brothers, so he had an interesting story to tell.

    Alisa Bowman, who gives marriage advice at her blog, and has also collaborated on five New York Times best sellers, sent me a book she co-authored called The Skinny: On Losing Weight Without Being Hungry.

What’s my point? The point is that you need to do something different to stand out from the crowd. Sending a promotional product or a simple greeting card can put you on a first-name basis with influential social media users and your customers. It can also create a buzz, getting your name out there and driving sales.

Do you have a “outside of the box” marketing story? We would love to hear about it in the comments.

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Position Yourself As An Expert With Guest Blogging

Feb 5, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   blogging, SEO Blog, Social Media  //  31 Comments

Whenever we talk about guest blogging, the conversation usually focuses on the link building benefits of guest blogging. And while this is certainly one of the best reasons to guest post, I’ve personally found that the increased exposure and the ability to position yourself as an expert in your niche are the most profitable effects of guest blogging.

Let me explain.

I’ve been fortunate enough to guest post on several popular marketing blogs throughout the internet. At first, the only reason I was doing this was to get quality back links to my website. But as time went on, I started realizing that I was getting far more from my guest blogging efforts than some good link juice.

Suddenly, I was getting contacted by readers of my guest posts who were interested in becoming clients. I was also getting contacted by other bloggers who wanted me to contribute a post to their blog as well.

But I’m not the only one this happens to. Even in the comments of the post I linked to earlier, Ann Smarty admits

“The most recognition, client work, business contacts came from guest posts. I think I owe my whole marketing career to just a few awesome pieces I posted elsewhere.”

Why does this happen when you guest post? For a few reasons:

  1. You’re reaching a new audience—No matter how much effort you put into growing your own blog, any time you guest post, you’ll be reaching some new people. Guest blogging is a great tool for building your network. To get the most from your guest blogging efforts, make sure to respond to all comments left on your post. And don’t just respond with a “Thanks for leaving a comment.” Instead, take the time to push the conversation forward by truly engaging with the commenter. This helps you build relationships with this new audience.
  2. Guest blogging positions you as an expert—Being seen as a thought leader in your industry certainly has its advantages. As an expert, you’ll attract the top-shelf clients who are willing to pay more to get the services of an industry leader. You’ll also have an easier time earning the trust of new customers, a challenge for all online businesses.
  3. Guest posts act as an endorsement from the other blogger—Think about it. If another blogger allows you to write a post on his or her blog, that’s their way of saying “I endorse this blogger, and I think he has something of value to share with the community.” It’s like whenever a President endorses someone running for Congress. The endorsement builds your credibility and name recognition.

Tips for Guest Blogging Success

  • submit your best content. This is your one chance to make a good impression on a new audience.
  • Interact in the comments to build relationships
  • Always look for guest blogging opportunities, even outside of your niche
  • Use MyBlogGuest to find the latest guest blogging opportunities

Do you guest blog on a regular basis? How has it helped you? Share your experiences by leaving a comment.

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Breaking: All New Google Search Results? Hello Caffeine!

Jan 22, 2010   //   by Gerald Weber   //   Google, SEO Blog  //  12 Comments

A friend of mine reported seeing these new options in Google and sent me this screen shot and video. Notice you now see additional search options above the search by time frame options. The new search options read, everything, images, videos, news, blogs, updates, books, maps, shopping, more.

I did not see these new search options on my end, but I have some similar options as you can see by the second screen shot below. Notice the options are similar but slightly different. In this second example you also see forums as an additional search option.

Full video of new Google search options

I can’t help but wonder is Google is doing split testing live? Possibly a realtime multivariant test by the king of search. Let me know what you unveil to in the comments

Gerald Weber

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Times Square 2010 New Years Eve Ball Drop Countdown

Dec 31, 2009   //   by Gerald Weber   //   SEO Blog  //  6 Comments

I hope everyone had a happy holiday and wishing everyone a happy new years as well. I’m heading out for the evening, if you are tuned in online, feel free to watch the news years even ball drop live from times square in NYC.

Watch live streaming video from 2010 at livestream.com

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Happy Holidays from The Gman (Gerald Weber)

Dec 2, 2009   //   by Gerald Weber   //   SEO Blog  //  35 Comments

Well it’s that time of year again folks. Thanksgiving is gone and Christmas is almost upon us again. As many of you probably remember I took a vacation last year to the north pole and was dancing with Santa’s elves about this time. I’m not going to have time for all that vacationing this year, however I did decide to go ahead and get an early start on the holiday season and get a Christmas tree on the first day of December. I took this short video clip of me getting the tree. I hope you enjoy!

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