While on my continued search for understanding SEO and weeding out the unnecessary noise, I came across http://fiverrway.com/700000-free-backlinks/ an interesting site that actually offers back links. Now, I am not sure this is a scam or not. I am so new to all of this and barely crawling I may be getting into something I shouldn’t.
Anyway, I still would appreciate any advice on the best way to begin to really understand this new way of communicating. Actually, it isn’t a new way at all is it. For hundreds, even thousands of years humans have used the written word to communicate. I think I just have difficulty hearing myself in my head and making it come out correctly, with good grammer and writing technique. I see so many poorly written, twitter slang’n words out there that I cannot figure it out. Maybe we baby boomers need our own short cuts, emoticons and slang that only we understand. Remember those days when we had our coded vocabulary like pig latin a backwards speak to keep the adults from knowing what we were saying to each other. Well, itway isway ikelay atthay, eway oomersbay eednay ourway ownway
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Backlinks come back to me
SEO, the little term that is the Power House of websites
S earching E very O pportunity
I just listed with so we will see if this will assist me in getting links and traffic to this blog. Learning profitable SEO with the little bit of time I have between work, traveling, and trying to have a life might be a challenge. It seems FB, Twitter, Utube, Google Analytics and the rest could end up being a full time job. I have to learn short cuts to how to drive traffic to this blog, the proper protocol and without an insider in the computer world finding this difficult. I see why web masters are hired, it really does take full time to properly position yourself on the web. As with most things, however, I need to experience all of this for myself first. I don’t know much about Seededbuzz, so if you are out there in cyberspace reading this and have any information or experience, please pass it on. I am all a buzz with anticipation.
As far as the blog, I have decided to have Tom write his Tips and Tricks for House/Home Maintenance in a monthly format for easy searching . This way you can go to the month of year or by category. Seems logical and easy. Here are some recent photos of Tom’s and my current work. He repaired an old antique clock frame in mahogany with a beaded trim piece he made to match and stained. If you need small repairs on furniture, Tom Scott Interior Contractors can get your treasured items back in wood working order.
His Tips and Tricks for Fall 2010 is in process and will get posted as soon as complete, please check back soon.
Tom repairing an antique clock for client
Below: Kenroy chandlelier, a new lighting line I carry with very reasonable priced fixtures for most all lighting situations.
One of my favs