Posted byGerard Gallegos on March 4th, 2013.
We will always remember February 20 as the day when searching flowers on the Internet would never again be the same – there is no place for love gestures any more. Basically it was the day when Interflora vanished from Google SERPS (but they still let them spend a nice amount on paid). Boom. Checkmate Love. […]
Posted byGerard Gallegos on December 27th, 2012.
Looking backwards now, I can recall many fancy SEO changes during this past year. Spammy-poor quality tactics were eaten by monochromatic spontaneously popping-up-dates. Those who produced fatty fast-food shaped thin content became the lowest link on the food chain and the call to arms came along: produce great content, content is the king, text is the currency of the Internet. […]
Posted byGerard Gallegos on December 20th, 2012.
All those pessimistic souls writing about the end of the world are the same ones writing about the permanently premature SEO industry passing away. The Mayans predicted the end of the SEO world for 2013, the exact date was not provided although some archaeologists found out it might be around MozCon dates. Brace yourself. With this dramatic scenario, I can only provide nonsense. […]
Posted byGerard Gallegos on December 2nd, 2012.
I recently started this blog, yesterday is still recent. And today I woke up thinking about my first post – what should I write? What value can I add to this massive community? Many questions were raised from the Jonathon Colman post, We Can Do Better, and the further discussion on Bill Sebald blog, Own Your […]
Posted byGerard Gallegos on December 1st, 2012.
Not only are bloggers suckers for the remarkable, so are the people who read blogs. SETH GODIN – TYPEPAD - I believe writing the first post might be the most difficult part of setting all these small things up. Probably I can summarize it in one word: Hello. For a while I’ve been trying find […]