Whilst I gain tons of Google indented listings for money terms, and I can achieve them quite often in minutes, rather than days, they are almost always achieved using a few simple steps.
Stomper Site Seer is totally free, other than requiring registration. Is it worth handing over your email address?
Comparisons are bound to be made with the many free tools available from SEOmoz and SEObook, some of which are purely online services, and others are browser plugins. Many of the SEOmoz tools also require registration, and some are under the hood of their paid membership, especially tools which provide long term analysis of both your own site, and that of competitors.
I mentioned I was testing on multiple posts, and that also included the recent Adwords video from Dan Thies of Stompernet.
Here are some important notes
- The headline was chosen to be a little more appealing – it wouldn’t have affected people reading a full feed, or receiving my content by email (even though that was switched off), but it would affect links from social media and other blogs, and also platforms that only show headlines, such as Blogrush, Technorati Favorites, Alltop etc.
With my continuing internet connection frustration, I have had to prioritise work-flow, thus my posting schedule has been reduced, and regrettably I am a lot less responsive to comments and email.
This page will finish loading eventually and is certainly killing my bandwidth…
I am sure people’s mailboxes are full of emails with various people promoting these two communities, which are going head-to-head with their launches. Feature wise they are probably only similar in the fact that both provide a backend community for advice and training, but I am not going to compare feature sets.
Lots of people may have watched the launch of the Original Stomper Network a few months ago. From all accounts those who joined are happy they did, but this is definitely a course for people already making serious money online. If a small percentage turnover increase won’t pay for the course many times over, it isn’t something to seriously think about.