The Death of SEO

With the adoption by Bing of Google’s strategy to localize and personalize search engine results pages (SERPs), we clearly see the victor planting its flag in the fertile soil of online marketing: all hail pay per click!

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The skeletal Grim Reaper with scythe in handGoogle shoved the blade in, now Bing is twisting it. It seems apparent that SEO has suffered a horrible defeat at the hands of these two major search engines. With the adoption by Bing of Google’s strategy to localize and personalize search engine results pages (SERPs), we clearly see the victor planting its flag in the fertile soil of online marketing: all hail pay per click!

As the largest PPC business on the planet, Google AdWords stands ready to deliver those first page results you have spent so many months or years building through organic SEO. Delivered for a substantial price, of course. Continue reading “The Death of SEO”

Cash Parking with Content

You may not make any money with this scheme, but at least you get to practice your writing (budding freelance writers take note), and you get bragging rights at the next big game when the conversation turns to pizza.

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B&W drawing of chef tossing pizza pieMost of my “normal” friends never heard of cash parking or domain monetization. And some domainers I’ve spoken to don’t realize that there are parking sites that allow you to add your own content to a parked page. I’ll try to address both audiences.

For the uninitiated, domains are web addresses. Not websites, just addresses. You can choose to build a website that will reside at the domain, but you can also park the domain. Continue reading “Cash Parking with Content”