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Free Consulting to Help Rebuild Economy after Katrina

As many of you know I grew up in South Louisiana. I have decided to offer my consulting and training services free to businesses of the Golf Coast to help rebuild the economy that has been devastated by Hurricane Katrina and Rita.

Value of Link Bait? Barry Schwartz and Andy Hagans Speak Out

Barry Schwartz (Search Engine Roundtable) and Andy Hagans (Link Building Blog) discuss the value of link bait (viral marketing for links).

Link Development Training: Review

I have not promoted it yet; however I do offer training for companies or site owners wanting to take link building in-house. I spent last week at Tony Spencer’s office in Raleigh, NC. Tony wrote about my link training and consulting so I figured I would reference it (with his permission of course). Read what […]

Link Development 2006

Just got an email from Aaron Wall (SEOBook) about a new guide he and Andy Hagans put together on link development in 2006. It is a must read for anyone serious about links or online promotions! Also I am often asked by client’s what resources they should have their link developers read before I train […]

Brainstorming Viral Marketing Ideas

When brainstorming for viral marketing ideas a good route to go is to solve a problem for current or future customers. One benefit of creating something that solves a problem is people will be more likely to spread it to friends, family and colleagues. They will also bookmark the resource or tool.

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    Justilien Gaspard is a SEO/M consultant with over 11 years experience in organic search marketing. Professionally he's been a columnist for Search Engine Watch, spoken at several SES Conferences, and authored 3 advanced courses for SEMPO Institute. Learn more about Justilien.


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