I will not hamper you with meaningless articles you’ve seen before, and I will not dig up old arguments and tired crusades.
February is typically the shortest and coldest month of the year, the depth of Hades if you will – there’s just no time to fool around.
You need good content. You need interesting content. You don’t need boring content or content trying to get you to sign-up or buy. That’s rubbish.
Quality Content, All Month Long
So get ready to have some fun this month, and tell your friends. Yeah, you can do that by clicking on those little Facebook and Google+ buttons over there.
Hell, you could even join my mailing list if you want, though honestly, there’s really nothing much exciting about it, just a monthly email. Hey, you’ll have something to delete!
Now, that said, since I do want to give you quality and not rubbish like so many sites, I’ll post a little less frequently. Sometimes I’ll post everyday and then go a couple days with nothing.
I’m pretty busy with politics now as well so there’s that to consider. I will be posting a bit more frequently to my new 2014 Montana Elections Blog, although I doubt anyone reading this blog will care about that.
I’m also doing a guest blog post on The Book Designer on Wednesday, February 5, so check that out.
Choosing Your 2 Amazon Categories Wisely
What’s Going on With the Kindle Serial Program?
How Would You Feel About No eBook Sales Data?
If Amazon Gave You Zero Royalties, Would You Still Do It?
Why Are So Many Writers Scared?
Your Amazon Blurbs Document
What Happens When You Write Something That Pisses Off Everyone?
Why is the Sky Blue? Going from General to Specific with Your SEO
Deleting Everything You Have Now and Starting from Scratch
Would You Rather Write 100 Shitty Books or 1 Good Book?
What is the Eye of the Beholder?
Whales, Mermaids and Your Publishing Long-Tail
If it’s Not Providing Value, Why Don’t You Just Shoot It?
Series on Blog Comments
Kiss & Make-Up: 10 Ways to Recover From Terrible Blog Comments
Bitch & Moan: Escalating an Argument Into a Blog Commenting Nightmare
Turn & Run: If a Site Doesn’t Reply to Your Comments, Do They Care About You?
Stand & Fight: If a Blog Insults You, Should You Fight Back?
Hunker-Down & Deliver: Why Doing Something Better Is Always Your Best Attack
Excerpts from Upcoming SEO Book – SEO and ‘80s Movies
What The Blues Brothers Can Teach us About SEO
SEO and 1980s Best Picture Winners
How Rocky Sequels Can Make You a Better SEO Fighter
Caddyshack Urges You to Take Your SEO Game to a Whole New Level
What Your Website Can Learn from Actress Debra Winger
What’s Your SEO Brat Pack?
The 9 Lessons the Police Academy Movies Have for Your Website
Charlie Sheen & Emilio Estevez: Is Your Website Yesterday’s Star?
Has Your Site Gone Walkabout With Crocodile Dundee Yet?
Your Website on the Cusp of the 90s.
Well by golly if that doesn’t sound like fun than I don’t know what does. I hope you’ll stop in sometimes and see what’s new.