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  • http://www.matthewsdiehl.com Matthew Diehl

    Bitches! .. uh … I mean … great job guys!

    Clearly shows how creativity is a key attribute of a modern link builder, doesn’t hurt to have a team of creative link builders either.

  • http://www.organicseoconsultant.com/ Miguel Salcido

    Wil, I’ve had crazy respect for you for a long time. You are a great mind, afffiliate, SEO, and link builder. And you’re one of those people that continually blow me away in a world where 99% of what I read is stuff that I already know.

    I beg you, please add email subscription capabilities to your RSS. I almost never get to my RSS and its full of SO many sites, that my VIP sites I subscribe via email.

    Oh, and great post and idea here. But I’d love to hear more about the results from Naploean and your ideas. Did the client go for it? Was it a contest? What was offered? How many links did it get you, and any rankings?

  • http://www.seerinteractive.com Wil Reynolds

    Damn dude, you are asking the right questions…right now this is stalled – client is “considering it” – we will see.

    What is the easiest way for me to add email subscription capabilities to my RSS? I’m all for it.

    Thanks for the shout out too buddy!

  • Matthew Diehl

    @Wil – The easiest way would be to go into your Feedburner account and configure the “Email Subscriptions” option under the “Publicize” tab. Then just add the subscription link somewhere on your site, I simply added an email icon next to my RSS icon.

  • http://www.organicseoconsultant.com/ Miguel Salcido

    Wil, I hacked, well really its just a setting, my RSS in feedburner to activate the email subscription functionality. It’s just in one of the settings. Hmmm, I’ll do a post on it I think! ;-)

    Its under the Publicize tab, in the left nav labeled email subscriptions.

    Too bad about the client “considering” it. Its tough when one’s SEO genius gets to the incomprehensible realm for the lay person/client. Because this is a total golden opp for them.

  • http://www.seerinteractive.com Wil Reynolds

    Fixed the feed, thanks everyone.

    Miguel I think the client will jump on it…just takes a little time (crossing fingers)

  • http://www.taximedia.com Adrian Drysdale

    You had me at “bitches”.

  • Robyn

    That’s a clever idea…sometimes you have to figure out how people refer to things in real life. You may want to make it a little clearer that that’s not how your company refers to women though.

  • http://www.seerinteractive.com Wil Reynolds

    Robyn, good point, I hope people didn’t take it that way, but more or less that you should keep your mind open when doing keyword research, to allow everything to come in.

    Thanks!

  • Robyn

    Thanks Wil, I didn’t think that’s what you meant but I just wanted to throw that out there. It’s a pretty loaded word after all. As a Philly native I <3 Seer.

  • http://www.taximedia.com Adrian Drysdale

    @Robyn your kiddin me right? If that is what people are typing in, then who are we to ignore it? Do a simple twitter search and you will see that “bitch stole my phone” is a hot topic.

  • Robyn

    @Adrian really? Half the reason I wrote my comment was your dumb comment “you had me at ‘bitches.’” Which is the kind of stupid shit that if I’m thinking of hiring your company and you say that in a meeting I would I think, maybe I’ll try someone else.

    I don’t think that’s hard to understand…