From the monthly archives:

December 2010

Inside Internet Marketing #7 – Jason Rubacky

by Daniel M. Clark on December 29, 2010

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It’s the end of 2010 and my guest for the final show of the year is Jason Rubacky, Affiliate Development Manager with ShareASale. Jason has been around the industry for about 8 years and in that time has made quite a name for himself. His whiteboard sessions, speaking engagements, Facebook presence and active Twitter stream have captured the attention of thousands.

Jason RubackyJason and I talked about his beginnings in the industry, his efforts at testing SEO methods and his passion for paying it forward by teaching those methods to others. He’s got some really great ideas – and some very strong opinions – about exact match domains and working the SERPs. If you’re into SEO at all, you’re going to enjoy what Jason’s got to say about this.

Other notable items we talked about: at the upcoming Affiliate Summit West 2011, Jason has a session. Also, the Church of SEO Facebook group is amazing, and though not everyone is guaranteed an invite, it’s absolutely worth applying for. Read the full article →

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Geek Dads Weekly #56 – Blizzards, Both Literal and Figurative

by Daniel M. Clark on December 28, 2010

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In which Daniel and Drew talk about snow, video games, and plans for the new year.

After a rough start (the record button is your friend, never forget that), we kicked off with discussion about the blizzard-like conditions that Drew is dealing with in the Northeast. Being a New Englander originally myself, I find myself not really missing that part of the country at this time of year… though the skiing is probably amazing right about now.

From snow blizzards to video game companies named Blizzard, next we talked about my recent foray back into World of Warcraft. It’s a great geeky topic, folks. ‘s why we call the show Geek Dads Weekly. Read the full article →

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