Empowering Search Vol. 1

By on Mar 19, 2011 in Search, Social | 7 comments

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Welcome to my first ever curated/round up post. Basically, these are the stuffs I’ve personally read, watched and listened to this week.

Also, I just found out that one of my posts – 21 advanced link building strategies – were featured as a top link building article on Linkbuildingwiki.com, it’s an excellent resource for link building and you should check it out (I bet that you’ll be bookmarking it).



Offbeat:Jedi Search

Watched Movies:

Last Song Syndrome:

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Jason Acidre

Jason Acidre is Co-Founder and CEO of Xight Interactive, marketing consultant for Affilorama and Traffic Travis, and also the sole author of this SEO blog. You can follow him on Twitter @jasonacidre and on Google+.

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  1. Hey Jason congrats on the top link building feature at Linkbuildingwiki.com… Yup the site is now bookmarked! Hadn’t been over there before but after a quick scan it looks like that wiki has got a wealth of experience to share :-)

    @Lawmacs… I’ve been reading some of your posts over at your lawmacs.com blog recently, keep it up there great!

  2. Hi Jason,
    Those are some great links that you have shared, will be reading them one by one. I have read your article , the advanced link building strategies..really that is a great article and indeed deserves some recognition. Congrats on that article getting features in Linkbuildingwiki.

    Thanks again for the list post, will be looking forward to reading more of your posts


  3. Hi Jason,
    Congratulations on your post being featured in Linkbuildingwiki.com.
    These sure are a lot of helpful and informative posts you’ve shared here. I haven’t visited some of them yet. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Hey, Justin,
    I might be late with visiting this post, but I was curious about your empowering list. I sure also liked seeing Shutter Island with Di Caprio, it’s a brillaint movie, as any Scorssese movie is. From marketing area recommendation, I will make sure to visit and read Lawood’s “giving your marketing an identity”, as it grabbed my attention with the headline. Thanks for the share, I will come back for more.

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