I was looking for a H1/meta/title scraper tool, and in the process I found this great list of links to awesome SEO tools/resources.
For many years I’ve heard about people complaining about Godaddy, and why they suck. Well, I used to like them; but lately they increased prices of new domains/renewals/privacy guard, etc so much I can seriously buy 5-6 more domains at Namecheap for the same price.
So, starting with 10 new domain registrations, I am going to begin moving our vast library of domains over to them; hope they can give some kind of a deal!
Here’s a great free privacy generator you can use for your biz and website; I’ve been using for a while: http://www.generateprivacypolicy.com/ Yes you need to sign up (so unless you want tons of third-party crap, be sure to use an email addy you don’t check often).
If you are like me, you often download trials of apps before you buy them, well half the time these trials collect user data – and I have a hard time coming up with an address and a name to go with it, well not anymore. Just came across a cool site http://www.realusaaddress.com/ – it generates a name, an address, and even a phone number that all match up. Spam away spammers, but not me!
When I was new to I.M. I used to make new documents for every project, save them randomly (quickly) on my hard drives in places I forgot afterwards. Then over the years I’ve started to grasp how very important it is to be organized. There’s a saying that organization is key, well let me tell ya that is absolutely correct.
Now instead of making tons of new text files/docs with notes, etc I just make one spreadsheet on google docs, and name it Projects 2013, there I keep track of everything. Make new tabs if needed, but I noticed the easiest way to keep track is just to have everything on one sheet.
This was just a quick post, I hate blabbering on like those people who rewrite other peoples ebooks and try to act like true smartasses and go on and on and on rather than telling it, short and sweet.