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    List of interviews with SEO gurus
       July 17th, 2006

    Would you like to get some secrets revealed by the top people in the SEO industry?

    I have made a list of interviews with SEO gurus and people who are good at making money on the Internet. No doubt, you will find a lot of tips on how to improve your work at the websites to generate a better income from your own projects or from the projects of your customers.

    If you have bookmarked some interviews that are not on the list – please contact me and I will add them.

    Interview with Ammon Johns

    Lee Odden interview

    Interview of BOTW

    Interview of Andy Hagans

    Interview of Matt Cutts

    Interview of Eurotrash

    Interview of Jason Lexell

    Interview of Lots0

    Interview of Frank Watson

    Interview of Nick Wilson

    Interview of Jim Boykin

    Interview of Jason Duke

    Interview of Peter Da Vanzo

    Interview of Dan Thies

    Interview of NFFC

    Interview of David Naylor

    Interview of Shawn Hogan

    Shawn Walters

    Interview of Patrick Gavin

    Interview of Hjalmar Gislason

    Bruce Stone Interview

    Interview with Eric T. Peterson

    Interview with Daron Babin of WebmasterRadio.FM

    Interview with Dan Thies of SEO Research Labs

    Interview with Jill Whalen of High Rankings

    Brett Tabke Interview on Pubcon & WebmasterWorld

    Interview with Greg Jarboe of SEO-PR

    Interview with Barry Schwartz (RustyBrick) of Search Engine Roundtable

    Interview with Rand Fishkin of SEOmoz

    Interview with Andrew Goodman of Traffick and Page Zero Media

    Interview with Todd Malicoat aka Stuntdubl of We Build Pages

    Interview with Aaron Wall of SEOBook and Threadwatch

    Interview with Heather Lloyd-Martin of SuccessWorks

    Mike Grehan Interview

    Interview with Eric Ward of URLwire

    Todd Malicoat Interview

    Cristian Mezei Interview

    Bill Slawski Interview

    Dax Herrera Interview

    Textbook Mike Grehan

    Darren Rowse Podcast

    Dan Kramer Interview

    Raspberrysundae Interview

    Greg Hartnett Interview

    Robert Scoble Interview

    Shoemoney Interview

    Ammon Johns

    Jim Westergren Interview

    Aaron Pratt Interview

    John Scott Interview

    Mike Grehan Interview

    Danah Boyd Interview

    Lee Odden Interview

    Self Policing PR Spammers

    Skippy Interview

    Jeremy Zawodny Interview

    Greg Boser Interview

    Interview Jill Whalen

    Philipp Lenssen Interview

    Interview Michael Gray

    Webmaster Radio Matt Cutts Interview

    Interview Rand Fishkin

    Interview Jim Boykin

    Smart IT Consulting Interview

    Interview of Aaron Wall

    Matt Cutts

    [tags]seo, guru, Ammon Johns, interview, Lee Odden, BOTW, Andy Hagans, Matt Cutts, Eurotrash, Jason Lexell, Lots0, Frank Watson, Nick Wilson, Jim Boykin, Jason Duke, Peter Da Vanzo, Dan Thies, NFFC, David Naylor, Shawn Hogan, Patrick Gavin, Hjalmar Gislason, Eric T. Peterson, Baron Babin, WebmasterRadio.FM, SEO Research Labs, Jill Whalen, HighRankings, Brett Tabke, Greg Jarboe, Barry Schwartz, Search Engine Roundtable, Rand Fishkin, SEOmoz, Andrew Goodman, Traffick, Page Zero Media, Todd Malicoat, Stuntdubl, We Build Pages, Aaron Wall, SEOBook, Threadwatch, Heather Lloyd-Martin, SuccessWorks, Mike Grehan, Eric Ward of URLwire[/tags]

    Web site traffic w/ o Google: survival guide
       July 6th, 2006

    New sites have (practically) no chance to rank well in Google – most significant traffic source for ANY online resource. Taking into the account the number of new websites and blogs that pop up in thousands daily it is hard to get top rankings in Google – the number of top positions is limited. There are established and authority sites that make it hard to compete with for the top places.

    Established sites also search for new and additional traffic sources. No site can get enough traffic.

    So, what is left for us? What are the ways to get extra traffic, besides Google, for established sites and new ones?

    Below is a short survival guide. Certainly, not every technique works for every type of the website and it is not 100% guarantee that the traffic you generate via below ways will help you greatly and you will stop dreaming of Google traffic. But every bit helps…

    Survival guide

    1. Contests. Weekly, monthly, any. Remember to add it to special contest directories, also to and sweeps forums.

    2. PPC. You can test second tier PPC (in addition to Yahoo! Search Marketing and AdWords) engines – they are chaper, but be ready for high % of fraud clicks.

    3. Social bookmarking websites ( & similar). A nice free tool that allows to bookmark your content with a number of the most popular websites: – saves tons of time.

    4. Much unique and good content that can work as viral marketing to spread word about your website.

    5. Many quality links – they are valuable for SEO to improve your search engine rankings, but they also can become an important traffic source.

    6. Press releases. Find angles monthly. A great list of services to submit your press releases to is here

    7. Tests for $ (buy a few links; an established site; expired domains; directory listings; e-zine adv)

    8. e-Mail marketing: be in touch with your visitors

    9. Target other search engines: Yahoo!, MSN, Ask

    10. Affiliate programs (if you have a product or service for sale): build a network of affiliates. It is better to run an in-house affiliate program.

    11. Participate in the top forums of your industry. Remember to add signature that will be automatically displayed with your every post.

    12. Search webmaster forums for traffic generation techniques specific to your type of the website:

    13. Classifieds (incl. Craigslist).

    14. Award sites (top 100 sites, etc)

    15. Mega traffic mega quick: read this great post on fast traffic generation ways

    16. Join some blog carnivals

    17. Buy traffic – useless, but it exists as a technique and you can waste a portion of your adv budget

    18. Explore your logs: where your visitors come from: more efforts to that channel promotion

    19. Alexa top 100 traffic sites: need to discover ways to get your tiny traffic stream from them. For instance, from

    a. eBay (signature in e-mails, ‘about me’)

    b. Flickr: submit best images with the description & link, create a user group

    c. YouTube (see above)

    d. Wikipedia

    e. MySpace (profile blende with your website, friends generation, bulletins)

    f. Craigslist

    That’s it. I think there is something for you to test from the list. Good luck.

    [tags]google, traffic generation, ebay, myspace, flickr, wikipedia, youtube, craigslist, ppc, affiliate marketing, yahoo!, msn, alexa, press release, affiliate program, digg, Slashdot, shouwire, ebaumsworld, fark, blogs, blog carnivals[/tags]

    ‘How to blog’ encyclopedia
       June 27th, 2006

    In my post on types of links you can generate to improve your search engines rankings I mentioned the most desired and valuable called Link Bait (I wonder who of applied this term first). I admire those people who are good at making new and new link baits. They do it regularly and naturally it seems it comes so easy. In my previous post I recommend you to check the new affiliate marketing forum Here comes another sample of link bait type of content.

    Darren Rowse, a well known person among bloggers, has posted A-Z of Professional Blogging

    This short ‘Encyclopedia to successful blogging’ includes:

    • blogging tools,
    • platforms,
    • services
    • ways of making money from blogging

    Summary: In addition to the value of the post where I have learnt about new things in blogging this is sort of sample how link bait should look. I guess it is a good idea to start a collection of link bait types and then generate similar to your own websites.

    p.s. I should also work more at my own original posts – but there is so much great information that is published by others – I simply have no time for that.


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