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October 2009

jeff noel and Search Engines

jeff noel and Search Engines.  SEO. Search engine optimization.  Google. Yahoo, Bing. Safari. Firefox. Internet Explorer. Mozilla.  There are a ton of search engines out there.

Mostly, I use Google.  Why?  Google is the most recognized, and Google dominates search engine traffic.

Meeting with a fellow writer yesterday, he was using Yahoo. He told me that jungle jeff and Lane 8 we’re number one on the Yahoo search engine.  I didn’t believe him until he did the jungle jeff and lane 8 Yahoo searches.

Amazing.  Even more amazing, or maybe more interesting, was that on Yahoo, jeffnoel.org ranked higher than jeffnoel.com.  Not sure how that is possible.  And at this point in the journey, there are bigger challenges to worry about.

Do you have a decent prioritization matrix to handle cool distractions?  I do, but it only works about half the time.  🙂

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October 2009

Thank God It’s Monday

Thank God it’s Monday.

It’s easy to dread Monday’s, isn’t it?  Why is that?  Multitude of reasons probably.

The way to beat the Monday blues?  I ain’t the brightest bulb in the box, however, there is once secret that has proven effective for many people.

Know what it is?

A thankful heart.

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Peak Hurricane Month

What about 200k?

Yeah, 200,000 is also a big number.  In fact, it’s the number that will make half-a-million possible.

Three is a small number.

What makes this so distracting is that the small number and the huge number are related. And I can’t get that out of my head.

Know how to keep a curious, easily distracted person in suspense (oh look, shiny)?

I’ll tell you tomorrow.  🙂

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Peak Hurricane Month

Half Million?

Half Million?  Sure looks like it.  Dollars?  No.

Something else then?  Of course.  It’s very distracting.  Very.

Half a million is a lot.  It tempts me to forget something critical.

My focus?  Yes.  Exactly.

So, purposely, I’m lifting my foot ever so gently off the gas peddle as I slow things down a bit.  This could put the half-million in jeopardy.