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Philippines Seat Lease Outsourcing

On May 18, 2014, in Outsourcing, by Zack Williamson

You can open your new office in the Philippines for as little as $150 per seat! Seat lease outsourcing is an ideal solution for any small to mid-sized company looking to expand operations or lower overhead costs.  Simply put, seat leasing is the fastest and most affordable way to get your campaign up and running […]

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Hire Me as Your BPO Consultant

On May 15, 2014, in Outsourcing, by Zack Williamson

As a BPO consultant, I strive to be at the forefront of global trends to provide the best outsourcing solutions that are customized to each customer’s needs. I’m your “Boots on the Ground”. Bill Gates, IBM and 90% of the Fortune 500 have been using BPO for over 2 decades. What has changed is the […]

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Philippines Outsourcing Consultant

On May 13, 2014, in Outsourcing, by Zack Williamson

I first started working abroad in India in 2006 managing offshore processes for TheLeadTree.com. Since then I have setup, managed and consulted for a variety of companies ranging from Wells Fargo, Citizens Trust Financial to AIG; in countries such as India, Philippines, Romania and South Africa. This is why I am excited to announce the […]

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Porn SEO

On May 13, 2014, in Off-Page SEO, by Zack Williamson

I first wrote this article about porn SEO in 2009 while still in the industry but out of sheer laziness, I failed to keep it up-to-date with the changing algorithms. 5 years in SEO time seems like 50 with all the updates we’ve been through. Eventually, an astute SEO by the name of Simon came […]

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EXIF Data Optimization

On February 24, 2014, in On-Page SEO, by Zack Williamson

How ironically crazy this is… I was trying to research some new image optimization techniques for an SEO report that I have to present this Wednesday for a customer. I was specifically looking techniques that would give our photosharing website a competitive advantage to outrank our competition. Just as I was looking into how-or-if Google […]

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Guest Blogging Ain’t Dead Yet

On February 7, 2014, in Off-Page SEO, by Zack Williamson

After Matt Cutts’ post about guest blogging sent a ripple through the webmaster community, I wanted to clear some of the smoke and explain why I think Matt Cutts is just trying to use scare tactics and discourage hardworking SEOs. “So stick a fork in it: guest blogging is done” Matt Cutts As we say […]

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Link Buying Ain’t Dead Yet!

On December 17, 2013, in Off-Page SEO, by Zack Williamson

Its been a while since my last comprehensive post so I figured I better come out with this epic guide to make up for it. That being said, I teamed up with an old colleague of whom I’ve worked with for over 5 years now in Canada, Romania and the Philippines. You may know him […]

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Manual Backlink Analysis & Removal Service

On October 22, 2013, in Outsourcing, by Zack Williamson

We Remove Your Spammy Backlinks Do you have thousands, tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of links that could be affecting your site and getting you penalized by Google? WARNING: Do Not use the Disavow Links tool unless you know exactly what you are doing and you have followed ALL the instructions properly. It […]

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Google Uses Analytics Data Against You

On September 26, 2013, in SEO News, by Zack Williamson

I have reason to believe Google just started using your traffic stats against you! I’ve come across two cases this month where the exact low performing keywords were abruptly removed from Google’s search results resulting in a 20%+ loss in organic traffic. If this happened once, I could see this being just pure coincidence but […]

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Matt Cutts on How to Identify Panda Penalty

On September 13, 2013, in Off-Page SEO, by Zack Williamson

Matt still didn’t answer Nandita’s question in the video, “How will a webmaster know if they are being affected by the Panda” and I think that’s because the answer is, you will not know and you are not meant to know. Google doesn’t want to tell you the exact mechanisms of the algorithm. If your […]

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