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Keith Wilcox: Blogger, Businessman, Father Extraordinaire

Below is an opinion piece that I solicited from a total stranger.  I paid him $5 using a service called Fiverr asking him to write a quick bio.  Below is what I got. Pretty cool, huh?   Keith Wilcox is living a life many parents can only dream of. After… Read more »

I will do a SEO analysis of your site for FREE!

A few days ago, I offered to perform a SEO analysis on the website of one lucky winner– something at BlitzMetrics that we normally charge between $6k-10k to do.  There were 23 responses and I’m choosing BusSongs.com, which is by Keith Mander, a current Facebook employee and ex-Googler (not to… Read more »

Facebook Post Quality Score

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This morning, Shoemoney put up a guest post by me covering Facebook Quality Score. Because we manage a few dozen fan pages, as large as a quarter million fans, I wanted to lend insight into what the metric is and what it may mean to advertisers and affiliates in the… Read more »

Target Facebook users on their birthdays!

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Facebook keeps releasing new features to their self-serve PPC platform. It feels like Google from 2003– are you keeping up? Did you see that you can target people on their birthdays, in addition to your existing fans, as well as being able to select multiple countries? If you’re selling gifts… Read more »

Hooked on Phonics– errr… I mean profits

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Do a search for “hooked on phonics” and you’ll see 869,000 results on Google.  If you’re an affiliate pushing this program, you know how much it costs per click on paid search, plus what the payouts are if you promote via Commission Junction or Amazon.com (if you’re not in certain… Read more »

Forget the mommyblogger movement– here come the daddybloggers!

Keith Wilcox is a stay-at-home dad blogging about his two kids and family life– providing a distinctly male perspective and quite outspoken.  Some examples: four exercises that will make you a better parent, busting your child out of a locked car, why talking to your kid in baby talk just… Read more »