Why I wrote this report
I’m going to keep each section of this report as short as possible. If you’re like me,you’re busy, and you don’t want to spend the next week trying to suffer through 300pages of e-bloat in the hopes that you get a few nuggets of wisdom that you can reallyuse. This report is only as large as it is because of all the screenshots from Google, Yahoo and other sites I’ve included so you can see the facts for yourself.With that in mind, feel free to skip this section.However, if you’ve been struggling to rank in Google, reading the next few paragraphswill help you to see that I was in your shoes once, too. That I got frustrated
,before finally seeing the light and cutting through all of the baloney.I wrote this report because I used to think that ranking in Google was hard. I thoughtit was hard because I was listening to all the “gurus” who talked about ridiculous thingslike meta tags, keyword density and PageRank. I listened to them, used the methodsthey were hawking, and failed miserably.So I turned instead to the search engine optimization (SEO) forums to see if what theyhad to say was any better than the “gurus” who had taken my money. I read the postsof the “forum gods” that everybody bowed to, listening and trying to replicate theirmethods for ranking, only to meet with more failure.In desperation I took the few things that I
found to be true and worked on them,ignoring all of the conventional “wisdom” that is
being spread all over the webabout how to rank in Google. No matter how much the nay-sayers protested, if I saw itwas working I kept at it. And you know what?
did I start seeing real results.I was floored. Had the “gurus” been lying on purpose to keep me from ranking? Werethe “forum gods” doing the same, trying to stifle competition by spreading falseinformation? The conspiracy-theories going through my head didn’t last long, because Ihad an epiphany about what was going on.
The “gurus” and SEO “forum gods” were repeating what they had
, notwhat they themselves
How do I know this? Because
of thebogus advice was backed up with facts, proofs and examples. It was just empty wordspromising the world if you “did this” or “did that.” The nay-sayers were doing theopposite, saying “this” or “that” wouldn’t work because
they didn’t think it would
because they could prove that it wasn’t working for themselves or others.