Here’s a post I wrote recently about backlinks and SEO. I blog about links a LOT, because they’re easily the most misunderstood element of SEO out there.
I’m all about having multiple sites!
https://peter.mahoneywebmarketing.com is my main personal website for my work as a WordPress SEO Expert. There’s a blog with lots of WordPress SEO tips, you can sign up for my SEO expert newsletter, and of course buy WordPress SEO services too – both one off SEO overhauls and long-term campaigns.
Total top tip for CSS font code and event font files.
Font Squirrel let’s you update a font and it’ll create the relevant CSS code for you, or choose from their pretty large font library.
This sort of thing makes me cross. I got this to my inbox after I asked an “SEO Expert” why he was not only outsourcing to me (which in itself it fine, many people do), but why he was asking me pretty rudimentary questions about SEO.
“I focus more on client acquisition instead of the actual work.”
And that’s a problem. If he was only marketing himself as an introductory service or something similar, fine. But he’s tell his clients he’s doing to work himself but in fact outsourcing it all, WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF THE WORK.
So he could be promising his clients all sorts of things without knowing if they’re possible or even probable.
RANT RANT RANT