There are a lot of seo experts out there. I am always on the lookout for more information and reviews. I find that most are not as honest as they should be. The good news is that I have found that self-publishing can be a great way to keep up with the best of the best. I have had several good reviews that have allowed me to build my own blog. I have also made a few more for others.
I have often gotten bad reviews from people who’ve just seen all the great stuff I have made for them. It’s also always good to find as many reviews as you can so that you can see how all the other seo folks feel about your site.
I have also found that I really enjoy doing reviews. I am not ashamed of the fact that I use a bunch of keywords that are important to my site and others. I also try to keep my reviews short and sweet. If I am going to make a review, I want it to be honest and constructive.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I have found that reviews are important. Because if you love what you’re doing, you want people to love it, too.
Yes, reviews matter. And if you read reviews, you can see what others think about the site, how many page views or comments they get, etc. But just like if you read the reviews of others, you can see what they think of you as well. The key is to review from the heart. When you write a review, you are not just offering a review of the site, you are offering a review of the person who writes the review.
A review should show the whole person, not just the site. This is why I like to keep my name and email on the review. Because as much as it is my job to let people know how I feel about the site, I am never going to be able to put my name and email on every review I write. If I were to put my name on every review I write, the reviews would be little more than a bunch of angry people telling you how much they hate you.
Well, duh. But don’t you think that since we are all reviewing the same person, it’s easier to put our names on the review than to put our names on the person? It’s like when you and your friends are all talking about how great your dog is, and you all put your names on the dog. Instead of focusing on the dog, we focus on the person.
The problem is that our reviews and our opinions are not always objective. Its hard for us to do anything but get defensive and try to prove how wrong we are. We try to make ourselves look more authoritative by throwing out more subjective statements about the person we are reviewing. The problem is, when the person is you, you can’t even go out of your way to make yourself look more important and less angry. And that’s the part that makes you look like a total ass.
Dog and I are often at odds about what we consider a “good” website. But we both agree that the one we’ve reviewed is the best. We both prefer it when our reviews are more objective. We find it a little strange that a website like this would have “excellent” and “good” reviews, but we have no idea what subjective means.
In my opinion, subjective = something that is subjective. You can’t have objectively good or objectively bad reviews. You can’t have objectively bad reviews because you can’t have objectively good ones. You just can’t. And because you can’t, that means that you’re always going to be subjective.