David Leonhardt

David Leonhardt

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190 weeks ago @ David Leonhardt's... - REVIEW: Free Traffic S... · 0 replies · +1 points

Interestingly, David, that is a moot point. With the pro account, you can go back and choose replacement blogs. So if 31 blogs accept your article, you can go back and choose another 19.

Regarding your question on article spinning, the answer is "Yes". You can create multiple versions of each sentence. Or of part of a sentence. Or of each paragraph. Or, in some versions a paragraph can be split into two or three. Or in some versions a paragraph can turn into a bullet list. It is extremely flexible in allowing you to present the same information in a multitude of ways, then mixing and matching.

204 weeks ago @ David Leonhardt's... - Pros and cons of count... · 0 replies · +2 points

Any online language tools I have seen create very stiff and sometimes humorously inaccurate (and painfully inaccurate) translations. I would rather avoid them altogether.

205 weeks ago @ Evolutionary Designs - Hootsuite Versus Tweet... · 0 replies · +1 points

I use TweetDeck and I love it. I see a value in using both if you have multiple Twitter accounts, and you can set up on each app so as not to get confused (No way would I try running two accounts from the same TweetDeck. I know what screw-ups I would inevitably make!)
My recent post White Paper - why small business needs SEO

211 weeks ago @ Project Me - A perfect day manifest... · 1 reply · +1 points

When I get to bed beofore "way after midnight" I tend to increase the chances of sleeping better, too. Hmm, I should try that again sometime soon. :-)
My recent post White Paper - why small business needs SEO

218 weeks ago @ David Leonhardt's... - How much HTML does an ... · 0 replies · +1 points

This is an excellent point. The SEO should be in a position to advise the web designer at the web building stage. For that, some HTML is necessary.

218 weeks ago @ David Leonhardt's... - How much HTML does an ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Melanie Nathan , one of the people quoted in the post, is a link-building specialist. Which is why she needs less programming knowledge than, say, an in-house SEO with a major website to manage.

218 weeks ago @ David Leonhardt's... - How much HTML does an ... · 0 replies · +1 points

So for my next post... "How well must an SEO rub the secretary's feet?"

231 weeks ago @ David Leonhardt's... - Ethical SEO across the... · 0 replies · +1 points

I am not sure anyone is suggesting that Google should pass jusgment on any SEO company. But I think they should pass judgment on ads to the extent that those ads are advertising something that violates their own "rules".

240 weeks ago @ LoupDargent.info - Is My Next Door Neighb... · 0 replies · +1 points

"Most" here, too. :-)

240 weeks ago @ LoupDargent.info - Is My Next Door Neighb... · 2 replies · +2 points

Yeah, I was wondering about one of my neighbours, too.