I’m pretty sure you may have even read one of the excerpts I’ve put up already, perhaps on Kevin Bacon, Crocodile Dundee, or Police Academy.
That’s great, but maybe you’re also wondering if I’ll get this book done by March 31 and out the door.
I’m not sure myself.
Here’s what I’ve got so far, which is in no way a complete or even correctly ordered Table of Contents:
Introduction – SEO and 80’s Movies
1 – The 9 SEO Lessons of the Police Academy Franchise
2 – Has Your Site Gone Walkabout with Crocodile Dundee for Organic Links?
3 – SEO, Self-Publishing, and 1980s Kevin Bacon Movies
4 – What’s Your SEO Brat Pack?
5 – Be Like Martin Sheen in Wall Street
6 – Take Your SEO Game to a New Level with Caddyshack
7 – Charlie Sheen & Emilio Estevez: Is Your Website Yesterday’s Star?
8 – How Rocky Sequels Can Make You a Better SEO Fighter
9 – Has Roger Rabbit Framed Your Website?
10 – What Can Debra Winger Teach Your Website?
11 – Is Your Site on a Mission from God with The Blues Brothers?
12 – SEO and 1980s Best Picture Winners
Conclusion – Your Website on the Cusp of the 90’s
So is that all? No, there are a lot more movies I’d like to add, maybe some actors, and also social commentary. Yeah, I’m thinking we need to talk about politics and economics of the 1980s a bit more.
That could also be a big mistake. Maybe I shouldn’t do that.
I don’t know. I do know that I’ve got 10,000 words on this thing now out of the original 30,000 I wanted to do.
Is the book really going to be that long, though?
I don’t think so. I’ve got two SEO books now, and Write to the Top is 26,000 words and Visit My Site, Bitch is 34,000 words.
Alright, I guess I could get this book up there. I mean, it’s not like there’s anyone waiting on it.
Write to the Top has only sold 39 total copies and Visit My Site, Bitch just 20. In other words, no one’s really interested in what I have to say on this subject.
But my site? Yeah, hundreds of people read the excerpts from those books each month. If I had to guess I’d say at least 10,000 people a month click onto those pages.
But they won’t buy my books? Oh well, maybe this is the one.