Your SEO Sucks But Mine Don't

by Justin

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The other day I tweeted about how the dental office my aunt manages paid $2,000 per month for 3 months to this SEO company and got no results. Then she told me the keyword and my wife used the same strategies in our SEO book and got my aunt not one but two listings on the front page in under 48 hours.

I wish I knew that companies name because I would publicly call them out and tell them “Your SEO Sucks But Mine Don’t!”

There’s a couple reasons why my SEO strategies were able to beat over 3 months of another companies strategies in just one weekend…

Big Bites Are Harder To Swallow

Most people who start out either paying someone for SEO or even doing it themselves often go right after the big high traffic keywords. It’s an innocent mistake since they logically think “high traffic, well hell that’s exactly what I want!”

Although, what they really want is fast traffic, not lots of traffic. Most people don’t have the financial or time capital to invest in going after the top keywords in their niche. For example if you were a realtor trying to rank for the term “Real Estate Agent.” A keyword like that is going to take you months to years to rank amongst the top ten in Google.

Not to mention could you really handle the worldwide traffic that types in that keyword phrase? That’s a whole nother chapter though…

If you were a smart realtor though you would go after “Real Estate Agent [Your City Your State]” like “Real Estate Agent Boise Idaho.”

A keyword like that is definitely not going to get you all the traffic in the world. You will be able to rank for it quickly though. Which means you’ll have your target customers finding you quickly. Then as you need more traffic you start adding more keywords for more cities.

This would work the same for any business too…

“SEO Expert Boise Idaho”

“Designer Dental Delray Beach Florida”

“Family Restaurant Raymore Missouri”

With this strategy you are skipping the 1,000 searches per day keywords and instead ranking immediately for 100 keywords that get 10 searches per day (figuratively speaking). Both get you the same amount of traffic, except one you have to wait months befor eyou see results and the other gets you near instant results the whole way through.

When you play at this level SEO gets so much easier too. You don’t have to worry about all the fancy nofollowing, H1tagging,  link juicing, and daily content producing B.S. – I just worry about 4 factors.

4 Steps To Local SEO Domination

Domain Name:
The first place Google and other search engines look for your SEO elements is in the address to your web page. If your keyword(s) are in that address you get a big thumbs up from the search engines.

Go ahead and Google a few random key phrases. You’ll notice that out of the top 10 listings for that phrase many of them have the phrase or keyword in their domain name.

Title Tag:
The second thing search engines look for is the title of your page to see what it’s about. You get another big bonus if your keyword(s) is in your title tag.

When I traded our local Mac store for a free 21″ iMac for some web design and SEO work, all I had to do was change their title tag and they immediately ranked #1 for “Mac Repair Boise.” (and they still hold that ranking)

Keyword Density:
The last thing a search engine is going to look for that’s physically on your website is the relevancy of your content. They way they check this is by counting all the words on the page and their combinations to find out which phrases are most common.

Then they cound how many times those phrases appear for every other 100 words on your page. This gets really complex to explain but is easier if I just tell you to make sure you have your keyword(s) 3x per every 100 other words on your page.

Finally, the search engines are going to check the popularity of your website. Sure they want good quality content but they also want good high quality content that other people will like.

The way search engines measure your popularity is by counting how many other websites are linking to you out on the Internet. Each link is like a hand raised in the air voting your site as “being cool.” The more of these links you have the more popular you look to Google.

Just like in high school it does matter who you are most popular with too. You don’t want the search engines to see that only one type of website is linking to you over and over or even worse BAD WEBSITES linking to you. You want a diverse collection of incoming links and all of them from reputable sites.

Wrap Up

If you’ll just make sure your domain name, title tag, keyword density, and backlinks have your keyword(s) in them the right way then you can dominate thousands of keywords very quickly. Not the high traffic keywords but tons and tons of “long tail keywords

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P.S. If you liked this SEO information it’s just a tiny piece of whats available in our SEO Book.

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Jay Leishman April 1, 2009 at 1:57 pm

How ’bout ranking for best dentist ever??????? I loved the one a client wanted me to get for them…. bikes… they were selling bicycles…. I laughed at them(in my head)

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Justin Brooke April 1, 2009 at 9:05 pm

That sure would have been easy pickin’s I woulda taken the job! Did you?

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AlexNewell April 2, 2009 at 2:16 am

Nice post Justin – Google likes local.

I probably shouldn’t ask about a comment made on April 1st – but were you kidding about using the keyword “bikes”?

Or would you go for all the local terms like “Boise Idaho bikes” etc

All The Best


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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:08 am

I was referring to “best dentist ever” not the “bikes” that keyword would take a LONG time

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Doug McIsaac April 1, 2009 at 9:26 pm

Local SEO is sooo easy to do. I love competing with the other companies here. My clients routinely take 2-3 first page spots and I held 7 of the top ten for a couple of weeks for one client.
Good stuff.


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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:10 am

Thats rockin Doug! Can I ask how much you were charging?


bisnis internet April 1, 2009 at 9:28 pm

I already buy it and i recommend it!!!!
Solid information.

I want to ask, if we use web 2.0 for the bait, we have to make back link toour web 2.0 link website or not?




Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:13 am

IT helps if you can get some backlinks to your web 2.0 property but it’s usually not necessary unless your web 2.0 property isn’t showing up in Google. If it’s not showing up on the first page then you need to get it some links so that it does.


Richard April 1, 2009 at 9:43 pm

Great Job! if there’s one thing I like seeing Ockham’s Razor trim down it’s SEO B/S.

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Pyrmont April 1, 2009 at 10:05 pm

Hey Just have a lot to thank you for.

When I first got started in this game. Your Book, gave me the confidence and the results to do more, and stretch my self. When the results started coming in, I knew then that I could make a living from this.


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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:17 am

Wow man thanks for the kind words. It’s great to know that my stuff has helped you. That’s why I do it.


Vince Squires April 1, 2009 at 10:07 pm

This is a great post, I think I finally get the SEO thing and I credit that to your excellent SEO book.

Can you explain one thing, you said “With this strategy you are skipping the 1,000 searches per day keywords and instead ranking immediately for 100 keywords that get 10 searches per day”.

I know you were talking figuratively, but does this mean you simply have all the low volume keywords in the meta keyword tags on one page, or do you have to optimize a different page for different keywords. In other words would every keyword or phrase have to have a page with the tilte, description and keywords optimized for that page.

Hope I’m making sense.


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:21 am

I target one keyword at a time so no I don’t stuff the meta tags with a bunch of keywords. It’s a bit more work but the system works and it’s quite easy to outsource it all.
Every page targets a new keyword and they have their own squidoo, hubpage, blogger, wordpress, weebly, wetpaint, articles, backlinks, and more. (All 35 sites listed in SEO Lies)


Priest McLane April 2, 2009 at 11:42 am

Hey Justin!

I don’t fully comprehend what you’re saying it is you do here. First of all I’m not exactly sure how to stuff meta tags in the first place. If you remember me at all from Wealthy Affiliate or our phone conversations, I’m that “IM biker guy” that is severely technologically challenged.

If I am making sense of what you said here correctly? …you take one KW from a niche and have completely separate blogs for each KW? I savvy the article thing… been doing pretty well for myself as an affiliate marketer ever since I learned how to do all of it at WA and have been doing article marketing with my niche’s and using each KW with the proper SEO quite well for a while now. What I’m having trouble wrapping my head around is the concept of having a separate blog for every KW? Or are you referring to blog entries?

Can you elaborate on this for my sake just a tad bit more and explain if you are using a completely new blog for every KW on blogger and WP… or simply referring to a new blog entry?

Thanks for your time brother.


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 3:44 pm

Hey Priest, sure I remember you, you’re not very forgettable! ;-)
No if you have a blog then you don’t need a new blog for each keyword just a new blog post or even a blog page. We were talking about static websites above which is why I said each page or each site needed to target a different keyword.


Priest McLane April 2, 2009 at 9:08 pm

Right on. Thanks. I was thinking at first that you were doing a ton of work here with a new blog and was blown away with the thought and sheer concept of that just trying to wrap my head around it going …wow! I don’t wanna do that! To much work! lol

Thanks I think.. I get that a lot from folks that tell me the same thing.. about not being very forgettable. I will take it as a good thing for now … I think :P


bail bonds April 1, 2009 at 10:16 pm

You are so right. Don’t you just love hearing that? Let me say it again. You are so right. I bet you sleep well tonight knowing that :)
I have ranked a client on the first page of google for “boise bail bonds” two sites rank on the first page for “bail bonds boise, wa” and another for “bail bonds boise” These are the same techniques I use… mostly one of the sites is new and it has moved to the top very quickly. I am now using this method on about 100 or so other sites. The goal is to dominate my keywords in my area. Anyway, thanks for your site and your willingness to share
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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:23 am

Yes you are right I do like hearing “I’m right” since usually I’m telling my wife that all the time! haha


Pam April 1, 2009 at 10:17 pm

Hey Justin, I was explaining this concept exactly today with a client and she could not understand why I would got after a longtail highly specific and targetted keyword that has 500 clicks per month when I could go after the generic term that has 60,000.
So I told her I would show her the difference. I learnt this last week from Howie and I wanted a client for proof of concept so she said go for it.
She is a local beauty salon that has absolutely listings on any page of google that people would look at. So I will let you know how I go.
Great topic thanks.
I am trying to convince my husband to use this marketing strategy as his USP for his clients as noone here in Australia is doing this. But he wants me to prove it works first.
Going to follow your instructions tomorrow.
Quick question what do you do if your client already has a website url does not have keyword and they do not have access to their backend to change anything. Do you create other pages that are SEO optimised and redirect them back to the main website promoting the end business?
Anyway, I’ve talken on the challenge as she is happy to pay me to do it if it works.
Chat soon


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:26 am

I either create them a new site or just go ahead with it. Most local SEO is SOOO easy that sometimes you don’t even need the keyword in the domain name.
Other thing you can do is make a new directory for their SEO campaign. Example


David King April 1, 2009 at 10:27 pm

Long Tail! that’s funny…
I was talking with a friend of mine who’s first in google for a major credit card keyword…
We both agree that it’s smarter to target the long tail… For several reasons.
first reason… it’s easier and MUCH quicker!
Second reason… That traffic is higher converting than the main keyword!

Higher converting, quicker and easier sounds good to me!
Then Over time you work on those big keywords.

Love the blog man! :)

Have a great night!


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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:27 am

SITEFLIIIIIIIIIIIING!!! haha lol thanks for the kudo’s on Alejandro’s show last night.


Maggie April 1, 2009 at 10:34 pm

Awesome Article, printed it out for easy reference, even though I have watched your video’s etc. I have been using your tactics and they definately work. But to have this as a quick easy reference on my desk I will never go wrong!

thanks Again


Ally April 2, 2009 at 2:10 am

Hey Justin,

Nice piece of information.

Keep up the good work.


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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:29 am

Thank you Maggie & Ally for the kind words. You gals are great, I just hope I can keep impressing you.


Professional Website Design April 2, 2009 at 2:38 am

What I really love about what you post is how simple you make everything.

The most difficult thing I find with clients is convincing them that they don’t need to rank for the most competitive terms, they just need to rank for the terms that are going to bring them the targeted traffic.

I am interested to hear what program you use to track what search terms you are ranking for in the various search engines.


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:30 am

Sorry to say that I don’t use anything magical… Just a plain old excel spreadsheet to manage everything.


Tony Finbarr-Smith April 2, 2009 at 3:59 am

Yep, it’s oftent he simplest most basic things that are missed out, and especially once people start having success with the main couple of keywords they stop. That’s the place to keep writing content conataining the lesser-used but still searched-for terms – those are the terms that nobody optimises for so top-ten or top-five rankings are easy!

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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:32 am

You were the one that did the rap video for Russell right? Loved it man, dude people had to think you were on drugs!! Rapping in a grocery store!!! hahahaha


Chadisa April 2, 2009 at 5:01 am

I am starting to help local businesses out in philly and a card shop wants to rank for “love poems”. I said to him “well, how much time and money do you have?” I got him to see the light eventually. Great stuff as usual Justin.

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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:34 am

haha that’s awesome…. I usually let them do all their talking about what keyword(s) they want to rank for and then I write them two invoices or proposals. One for their keywords and one for the keywords I recommend…. They always pick the keywords I recommend when they see the price and time difference. ;-)


Normal Joe April 2, 2009 at 5:28 am

Awesome man, I love how you make stuff so simple dude. SEO can get intimidating if you listen to all the “lies” lol. When you put it out there like this man, a person could definitely do some good seo stuff. Heck, a person could do some work for local businesses just with this information!

Think it’s time to print out SEO Lies and leave it on the desk as a quick reference.

thanks bro.

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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:36 am

Or you can not print it and buy the NEW published in paperback version starting tomorrow!
So do I get to steal that business Idea I gave you yet? I really am going to steal it if you don’t get moving! ;-)


Zack April 2, 2009 at 5:42 am

Hey Justin, nice article. I have been messing around with SEO for years and not really doing my due diligence to study until recently. I know more than 99 % of the local business owners and would like to start earning a living helping these guys with their online marketing. I am on your list by the way. Thanks for the cool and helpful content. Zack

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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:39 am

That’s cool man… What can I do to help you get more offline customers? I feel like their is a need for that information. What questions would you have?
P.S. I’m moving down to Tampa area (Treasure Island) in July. Gunna do a lot of offline meetups and stuff, hope to see you there!


Pam April 2, 2009 at 5:46 am


This is a great post. Jam packed with great info. Thanks so much for the work you and Chuanna do for us. It is greatly appreciated. To everyone reading this, you can get more great info from Justin’s SEO Lies book. Go and get it now!



Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:40 am

Pam you’re always just so awesome!


Missoula Bicycle Hangar April 2, 2009 at 6:41 am

Simple and obvious but fun.

Great post. Great trade some of your expertise for something the Mac boys had no idea how to get.


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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:41 am

Yeah it was pretty cool trading them. We’ve done it with other businesses too and it’s amazing what you can get for free if you’ll help people make more money.


Dan April 2, 2009 at 6:52 am

Justin -
Simple and to the point . . . . .no clutter explaination

Thank you

One thing . . . . .well several but for now I’ll just ask two things

Would you be willing to visual show what a title tag is?

Perhaps how to change that so it is correct? -Visual example?

Will the above information be shown in greater detail at your Boise class in April?

I’m signed up . . . . . . . . . .Many Thanks – Dan


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:46 am

A title tag is quite easy to see for yourself, just right click on any website, then click on “page source.” Towards the top of the page you’ll see a and there you go. Plus, you can outsource this stuff for about $50 per keyword – Go out get clients for $500 per keyword and then come home and outsource it!


Dan April 2, 2009 at 9:18 pm

Justin -
I owe you a apology

My meaning of :

“Simple and to the point . . . . .no clutter explaination

Thank you”

What I meant was I liked very much your blog post . . .easy to understand and no B.S.

Sorry for sounding like a – Douche Bag

Thank you for the answer about a title tag . . .it has been very cryptic for me until today

Thanks again -Dan


Tampa SEO April 2, 2009 at 7:03 am

Justin, I just downloaded and read your book. WOW! So simple yet so powerful. Notice my name has changed. I had a look at some of the tools you mention as well. I have been using the free Google keyword tool for a year to see how hard it might be to help local businesses get top results on Google. The tools you discuss in your eBook help me to drill down further and I am now more confident that I can get the results I promise. Thanks again, Zack

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Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:47 am

Glad I can help man! Way to go on using the correct anchor linking now.


Brian Owens April 2, 2009 at 7:34 am

I was doing this for awhile as a site flipping strategy because local professionals make lots of money for every client they get, so a #1 rank for their phrase + local area is gold to them and easily sold. But then Google got all gay and started to just GIVE AWAY the top 8-15 spots to anyone listed in the local directory, even above those who had been optimized for that phrase.

Easier to rank them there now…but makes the web property not quite as valuable. Still, a really good strategy though. Local search has been and will be the most wide open door to making money online for a long time to come.


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:49 am

One of the ways my buddy generates leads is by telling business owners he’ll rank them for free in Google local they just have to fill out his form with all the right info. Then he calls them offering them SEO, PPC, and Google Local Optimization.


Stephen Bray April 2, 2009 at 8:07 am


I use your keyword and SEo advice on a number of niche sites.

Also I like what you write about backlinks in your e-book, which I think must be the best value SEO information on the Internet.

Many people don’t realize just what it takes to get their sites into the top pages of Google.

Of course ranking is also helped by time.

Rank well for the longtail keyword phrases initially and over time Google will give you some of the more competetive ones, provided you post content from time-to-time and keep your posts on target, and your backlinking strong.

That’s my experience anyway :~)

Stay cool,



Art Derfall April 2, 2009 at 8:27 am

I’ve met with a few local businesses who have hired SEO and Adwords “experts” and all of them were sold a bill of goods. One business (I work for them part-time and offered my services for free) thought an established firm at $1,000 per month would get better results in managing Adwords. They didn’t use keywords that included the surrounding towns or even “greater boston” as part of the keyword phrase. The firm has no idea whether the campaign was successful or not.

A real estate firm is spending $240/month on on-line Yellow Book listings and nothing on Adwords.

It appears that there’s a huge opportunity for someone to take what you teach on the blog and more so on and work with companies with one to 20 employees.



Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 9:22 am

Absolutely Art…. In fact our next blog post is going to be about the step by step process we are using this month to get clients.


Becky Smith May 25, 2009 at 10:41 pm

Justin, do you ever warn readers about scams? I just did a thorough researching of LocalAdLink’s offers – product is local search directory and google search ranking + MLM biz op. both are shakey at best. How about telling us how to pick a good service/back office system for submitting, managing profiles, etc. if we get into Local Search Svcs?


Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 8:51 am

Thanks for the compliments Steve… You stay cool too ;-)


Tampa SEO April 2, 2009 at 8:52 am

Tampa! That’s home for me. We have to hook up. Tampa is great. I’ve been here since 1984. Can’t wait to meet you.

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Bill Becker April 2, 2009 at 10:00 am

Thanks Justin, what you’re saying makes a lot of sense. Since my blog is not moving the google ranks very well, maybe I need to take a look at the sites that are out ranking me for my key words. Naw, that would be too easy and straight forward;-)
Wishing you a larger life,


Terrance Charles April 2, 2009 at 12:23 pm

Thanks Justin, very detailed post… It’s been a while since I focused on SEO as a marketing strategy… Btw, your blog looks great, I like the 3 column layout…

Terrance Charles


Patricia Winston April 2, 2009 at 1:03 pm

Hi Justin, Great report – just checked the 1st page of my site against your suggestions and I made a couple of changes. Thanks! Your SEO Book – is it the 35 page report? Or, is it a physical product that’s shipped and more pages? Your web site doesn’t describe it. I have the SEO Lies 35 page report – It’s very helpful. I just want to double check before purchasing.



Justin Brooke April 2, 2009 at 3:40 pm

It’s the same thing as the ebook you have already… just now in physical paperback version also


Richard April 2, 2009 at 10:03 pm

(ahem) But mine * doesn’t * …. :)

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Saundra Jackson April 3, 2009 at 9:16 am


I am on my way to get a contract signed for over $10,000 with a $6,000 deposit. I put his business in Google’s local for two keywords and he saw his results within 30 minutes.

this stuff works and it pays. Moving to the next one.

Saundra Jackson’s last blog post..Working to help you build your business


Art Derfall April 3, 2009 at 10:08 am

Your answer to my post was that you are going to detail how you get local clients.
Your idea to offer free Google Local (Yahoo Local, too?) listings is something I’ll try.

I’m awash with bits and pieces of how to work with local businesses, starting with
Google Adwords and other research tools from the Mafia membership.
I think Micro Niche Finder is a good tool, too.

I would love to see what you come up with in terms of “How to be an on-line /off-line consultant to local businesses”. Everything from looking at their current site, building one if they don’t have one, Adwords, SEO, etc. I think the approach and acceptance is different for a plumbing and heating company vs. a doctor, dentist, accountant, etc. I bet professionals think headlines, sub-heads and bullet points look “unprofessional” Have you run across this?

This book would sell!



Patricia Winston April 3, 2009 at 10:35 am

WhoooooooooooHooooooooooooooo!!! I submitted my new site to,,,, yesterday and I’m showing in #3 position on google from MIXX. Cool, cool, cool!!!

I love you guys!!



Justin Brooke April 4, 2009 at 8:44 am

That’s awesome Patricia, now you’re going to experience the Google Dnace. It’s where your listing disappears for a week or two but it will come back if you’ve done everything right.


bizbark April 4, 2009 at 9:20 pm

I followed most of your suggestions from SEO Lies and experienced
the ‘Google Dance’. Why does that happen>
I went from a #15 position on a keyword phrase of ‘results 1 – 10,600,000
to a #6. Then I got B -slapped to #110 for about a week. Now I’m consistently
staying around #3 to #5. Your teaching and suggestions are AWESOME.
THANK YOU for the EXCELLENT book, SEO Lies. You have a gift of explaining
complex concepts in a easily understood format. Please don’t stop your teaching.


maxima April 5, 2009 at 7:57 am

If I get SEO Lies will it help me with existing sites which have not been performing well. Will it work with websites and blogs too? Are you available after one buys the book for any questions pertaining to the information in the book?


Saundra Jackson April 5, 2009 at 11:41 am


Thanks for the push. Contract was signed and $5000 deposit was recceived. Local Business SEO is my niche. It has found me. Now nine more to go. Look out local business here I come.

If anyone is interested in how I do it. Email me.

Saundra Jackson’s last blog post..Working to help you build your business


Steve April 6, 2009 at 6:21 pm

THANK YOU for the EXCELLENT book, SEO Lies.

Steve’s last blog post..Use Ezine Marketing To Boost Traffic Or Profits


Mark Nolan April 11, 2009 at 1:51 pm


Awesome article dude. Some people I know were asking me how to do this local seo work stuff, and I just sent them the URL to this post you wrote. You explained it so well, it saves me from trying to do it, ha ha. :-) I also recommended that they read your book too. Keep up the good work, you da man.

Mark Nolan


Ceena June 10, 2009 at 9:38 pm

great post. I will take a look at your book :)

Love the funky look of your blog too hehe.

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Internet marketing | Bisnis internet June 16, 2009 at 12:45 pm

Thanks for share


Joe Butler July 3, 2009 at 5:22 pm


Thanks for the great info. Again you guys deliever what you claim. Love the story about your aunt and the dentist office. I was told about a company the other day that charged a local b&b $4000.

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Brendan Wenzel July 23, 2009 at 3:22 pm

This is a great post Justin. Some people make SEO more difficult than it needs to be because like you said they target way too broad of keywords. I would even take less searches and visitors, as long as they are more targeted. It is targeted traffic from search engines that bring in quality leads for any business. Thanks for helping me figure out a way to explain this to future clients.


SEO Seattle October 10, 2009 at 2:20 pm

Just stumbled into your blog. Dude! You are so cool to share so much knwledge about SEO. Thanks Justin…

I will bokmark and even share this site with my visitors.


Will October 12, 2009 at 6:41 am

Hello Justin!
I have a question about SEO article marketing for backlinks. I heard your explaination
on demistifying Google duplicate content and how you submit (1) 500 word article to multiple article directories. My question is…how many articles do you submit in a month?
ie. do you submit 1 article a day, a week, a month?

Please explain…


Justin Brooke October 12, 2009 at 9:15 am

We try to do 1 or two keywords per day with our whole system


Paula November 21, 2009 at 7:25 pm

Hi Justin – I have been trying to download your SEO Lies ebook (the digital version) but it just takes me to the 1shoppingcart home page. What do I do once I get there? It doesn’t provide me with an option to pay for the ebook.
.-= Paula´s last blog ..Friday Round-Up of My Favorite Links =-.


Auto Repair In Melrose MA March 11, 2010 at 1:14 pm

Justin, cool stuff. I just found your site and have a question. When you use all the 35 web 2.0 sites, do you set up a new account on all 35 for each new local biz? Or do you post about all different kinds of local businesses on your one & only squidoo, hubpage, blogger, wordpress, pages?


P.S. I just bought SEO Lies. Is it coming in the mail?


Justin Brooke March 11, 2010 at 2:42 pm

New accounts for each business I am working for or on…


Auto Repair In Melrose MA March 11, 2010 at 7:14 pm

Justin, cool stuff. I just found your site and have a question. When you use all the 35 web 2.0 sites, do you set up a new account on all 35 for each new local biz? Or do you post about all different kinds of local businesses on your one & only squidoo, hubpage, blogger, wordpress, pages?


P.S. I just bought SEO Lies. Is it coming in the mail?


Justin Brooke March 11, 2010 at 8:42 pm

New accounts for each business I am working for or on…


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