Empowering Search Vol. 3 – My Circle

By on Jul 3, 2011 in Offbeat, Search, Social | 15 comments

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CircleWelcome to my third edition of curated/roundup post series. This volume is a short one and will be highlighting the recent updates and works from my circle (those that I communicate with over the web) and also some other cool posts, which I think are worth sharing.

My posts

I will be contributing regularly (as a blogger) to Traffic Travis and Affilorama’s blog so you might want to check them out as I will be sharing more SEO-related posts there weekly/monthly. I was also invited by Technorati to be a contributor on their business channel and I’ll be publishing posts there every month. Here are some from the past few weeks:



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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. Rohan

    July 3, 2011

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    Thanks for the mention mate !
    I am glad you like the plugin, and so have a lot of others, 250 downloads within 48 hours of going live on the official wordpress site :)

  2. Ray

    July 4, 2011

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    Hello Jason,

    Thanks for your post. I really love your ideas about SEO and on how to grow as a blogger. You are so resourceful and you don’t hesitate to share your knowledge and opinions in your blog. I am inspired reading your post. Thanks again. :)

    • Kaiserthesage

      July 4, 2011

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      Thanks for the compliment Ray :) Didn’t realize that I’m able to inspire people here.

    • Kaiserthesage

      July 4, 2011

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      Thanks Danny! :)

      It appears that I’ll be busier writing this year (than optimizing).

  3. Hi Kaiser

    I believe what Tracy Falke said. I attended a seminar where a psychologist said that persons tend to judge people in the first seven seconds of their meeting. It is very crucial to make a good first impression. I believe that it is the same with websites. If they don’t want what they see in the first three seconds they tend to leave.

    Thank you for your post Kaiser. Same to Tracy

    • Kaiserthesage

      July 4, 2011

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      I agree Glenn. And what’s more interesting is that it’s harder to sell online, as it’s harder to control/manipulate/influence your target customer’s decisions/behavior. I guess that’s what I enjoy most in this industry – the challenge.

    • Kaiserthesage

      July 4, 2011

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      Thanks for the comment Dennis :)

      If you happen to release a new product, feel free to drop me a line and I’ll feature it here 😀

  4. Great list and congrats on Technorati! I’ll definitely be looking our for your articles there too.

    And thanks for the heads up on the Google+1 wp plugin. I’ll be checking that out soon as well.

  5. lawmacs

    July 10, 2011

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    Thanks Jason for the mention you have listed some great resource here had a peep at the Google +1 plugin looks cool.
    I feature this post on Round Up congrats will check the post on Technorati

  6. Thomas Jackson

    October 1, 2011

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    Hi Jason,

    I would just like to take this opportunity to say that I find your posts as one of the most valuable that I was lucky enough to find on the Internet. It’s good to know that you’ve done guest blogging as well. You can count on me to check them out. Congrats!

  7. Robbie Bowdry

    November 22, 2012

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    Hi Jason!

    Your site is packed with a lot of useful information that I can use. Thank you for constantly informing us. I will visit your site every now and then to see more valuable information.

    Keep up the good work.


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