SEO Book Re-opening

After about 11 weeks or so of being closed to new members, I have caught up on a number of projects and we have decided to re-open again. We increased the price again to try to help manage demand, as it is far easier for me to keep adding more value to x members than to have 2x customers. There are so many ways to profit from search, but it is too easy to get bogged down doing administrative work if we were to have thousands and thousands of customers. Plus increasing price tends to increase customer quality (keeping any pikers out while encouraging more successful people to join) and make doing the work that much more enjoyable. Current members are locked in at their current rates, but new members have to pay the current rate.

If you are at Pubcon I am flying out in about a half hour to speak a couple times today. First up is links at 1015, and then immediately following that at 1130 I am speaking on contextual ads. Many people probably know that I am a bit of a link hound, but what is lesser known is that I probably know way more about AdSense than most the people who have wrote books or ebooks about it. Like many other AdSense publishers I even have my own favorite layout + strategy which maximizes earnings without sacrificing linkability.

Budweiser says drinkability is the difference. Nonsense. It is all about linkability. ;)

Both sessions should be fun and I look forward to seeing you if you are there. If you aren't there I look forward to seeing you in our community. :D

Published: November 12, 2009 by Aaron Wall in conferences


November 13, 2009 - 1:44am

Really enjoyed your presentation today at Pubcon, fantastic stuff. Wish they had let you talk longer! I'm a new member here and a really grateful you re-opened for new subscribers. Cheers and thanks again.

November 13, 2009 - 2:18am

Thanks for joining and glad you liked the presentation. :)

I always find speaking a bit hard because I can ramble for hours when I get going, and it is hard to bottle / barrier it. When I speak a lot of it ends up being a bit ad lib ... so many tips flash through my mind that my lips have a hard time keeping up with them. And I always remember more stuff I could have added.

That is part of the reason I love QnA: the questions are directed and the context / container for the answer is easier to understand. Of course our forum is even better at that because of the back and forth dialog + input from many members - both help ensure comprehension at a level far beyond what a typical speech yields. :D
November 16, 2009 - 3:30pm

The links to point to a (crappy) Chinese online stores that sells (crappy?) Louis Vuitton imitation bags.

November 16, 2009 - 3:50pm

I deleted their spammy comments ;)

November 16, 2009 - 4:00pm

I came across your site as I am new to having a site. I found many of the things I read so far helpful. I look forward to reading and learning more.

Owner - The Remodeling Network

November 27, 2009 - 1:01am

How long will membership remain opened? I am interested in joining, but I want to time it right-- when I am not away for vacation this upcoming December.

November 27, 2009 - 1:36am

I don't plan on opening and closing frequently. We will likely stay open for a while.

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