Where a Discussion on Marriage Morality Belongs (It’s not the Indiana Statehouse)

People close to me know that I have a love/hate relationship with Indiana. The past few years I’ve made a point of traveling to and living in other places. The handful of reasons includes a change of pace, seeing the sun, better craft beer. You know – uptown problems. I wasn’t born in Indiana, and […]

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History of Search Factor Effectiveness

Realizing I’ve been dormant for most of the summer where content goes, I recently combined forces with the Raidious team and put together a graphical history of major SEO factors. I had little to do with the graphics part. Props to Ashleigh Lay I’d be glad for feedback on the data points. The data points […]

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American Idiot Absconding Abroad (what a douchebag)

For the last few years I’ve slowly been growing and solidifying a consulting business centered around internet marketing, specifically in Search Marketing, as the demons of jargon would tempt me. It’s had its high points and low points, but in the last year, things have been going very well (so well in fact, that I […]

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3 Rules for a Post-Election U.S.A

This evening I’m in Denver, and following a good jog around Washington Park, I’m leaving to go watch the election results come in. This felt like a good a time as any to relay my political opinions, before someone can say I’m a fair weather fan. This is my message to you: Regardless of the […]

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Why SEOs can’t easily describe what they do

Last weekend I slipped up.Not in any meaningful, life-changing way, but after a conversation takes hold of a sticky subject that you don’t like, it can be hard to reel things back in. The subject this past Saturday was the nebulous nature of my career. It doesn’t help that I just performed my now-seemingly-habitual winter relocation to […]

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