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  1. How to Eventually Become a Millionaire Using Your SEO Knowledge

    From Steady Income to Millionaire When you need a steady income to get by, start out with the services at the beginning of this article. For the SEO firm it is often smartest to keep a mix of low initial fees and a revenue share percentage that in...

  2. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    There definitely seems to be a higher incidence of bloggers on high profile multi-blogger sites to try and sneak in paid links, so they can make some extra income on the side. However, with the rapid rise of low-quality or spammy sites trying to...

  3. SEOs: Will You Negotiate a Salary Increase in 2013?

    SEMPO reported that a whopping 65% of search marketers are permitted to work on "other projects" outside of the company, giving employees the ability to not only improve their skills outside of their current role but also supplement their current...

  4. 3 Hard Lessons to Learn From Penguin: Be Relevant, Be Balanced, Keep it Real

    Some businesses that were early adopters of SEO are seeing rankings, traffic, and income vanish with lower rankings. Outbound links using exact match anchor text from low quality sites (or penalized by Google), or from the same IP address

  5. Search Industry Call to Arms: SOPA, Keyword Not Provided and Lying SEOs

    He points to rubbish content designed to generate ad clicks and affiliate income as a growing plague. Wage War on Low Quality Content Mike Essex hopes to spur SEOs into action with recommendations for protesting eight issues outlined in his video...

  6. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    No longer do demographics -- age, gender, income, location, education --predetermine the outcome of an activity. The "Low to No Regulation" Side of the Argument The cost to an individual to switch is extremely low, and therefore Search companies...

  7. Startup America: Google, Facebook Among Companies to Lead White House Entrepreneurship Initiative

    As part of the initiative, Google will be sponsoring two efforts in the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), a non-profit group that provides entrepreneurship education for at-risk high school students from low-income communities.