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  1. Halloween Inspired SEO Tricks to Keep Spiders at Bay

    This Halloween, I’ve decided to produce an antithetical essay to my digital morals and beliefs by way of parody and embrace the dark side of search engine spoofs. Break out the big tricks, my friends, because we’ve got some link building treats to...

  2. SEO Tactics for App Stores, Mobile App Website Pages & Local Markets

    Linking the app store page to the official app page on your website, and reciprocating that link from the website back to the app store page, will reassure the user that they’ve found the official app from the brand, not a fake or parody app.

  3. How to Improve Odds of Success in Video Marketing: Follow the Money

    If you haven't seen them yet, check out YouTube's two most watched videos in 2010, the "Bed Intruder Song" by the Gregory Brothers and "Key of Awe$ome: Tik Tok Keshia Parody: Glitter Puke" by Barely Political, one of the more than 60 independent...

  4. Content Promotion for Link Marketing

    Why not parody drug commercials, then bid on their keywords. Get noticed quickly by creating a parody of a larger companies' informational campaign. Check out MADtv's parody of a depression commercial from a couple years ago.

  5. What is Valid Link Bait?

    Getting 2,500 Diggs on that post is impressive, and the OneBox parody was hilarious. Makes it hard to beat them for the words they use in the link back to their site. The recent hoax of a 13-year-old ordering hookers on his father's credit card...

  6. Search Engines and Legal Issues

    As for parody sites, those can exist under fair use," Ishman continued. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline. Panelists also recommended formally registering the site for...

  7. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    Parody sites sucked into cybersquatting squabbles News.com, Aug.http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-2604599.html Long, interesting article on how protest and parody sites are losing out in wars over domains that contain the names of their targets.