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@ben_beck thanks for the read, Ben. ha.
9 months ago on Optimizing the Golden Rule > How to Outreach the Right Way
well done again, JH - i dig how you are not only providing ways to build links but giving insight to how you initially approach sites.. some audio overlay may provide more information for us to takeaway .. just a thought.. also, 'john-henry's ux fashion police' would be something i'd watch.. #justsayin
oh: 'we need more John-Henry cowbell up in this piece.'
12 months ago on Using Graceful Degradation to Prospect for Widget Footprints
@zazzlemedia thanks for having me on, Zazzle team. It's well appreciated - happy New Year and keep kickin arse in 2013.
1 year, 2 months ago on Optimizing the Golden Rule > How to Outreach the Right Way
1 year, 2 months ago on Big Brand Link Building: Identifying Link Opportunities via Misspellings
Sean Revell linked to me, and all I got out of it was a cool Saloon of Literature mate.
1 year, 3 months ago on Relationship Building ≠ Link Building
@egobaiting people are found in the nooks and crannies of their communication me thinks.. :) I'm glad you like the picture of William and I.. no, i've spent some time with dames of pam's cloth.. fleetingly stimulating as these enterprises were, indeed, she and kin are not the aforementioned blonde with big brains..
1 year, 3 months ago on 5 Quick UX Tips from the Guy Feedin' Your Wife's Kids
"(and I'm on my way back)" word, Scott
@Paulthegnarsheddder Pablo - your thoughts are in a good place, sir, and hit the heart of the matter. Keep doin your thing, bro (and the waves company). Pay the inspiration forward.
2 years ago on Sweet Titled Tweets Fit the Wit in Twitter
I appreciate participation from all. Thank you from readers and commenters from both the online marketing and surfing worlds - two globes I travel. Well, lookin at my Shark watch, it's about that time..
I'd like to thank Mike for having me on his blog! Hopefully, I become a repeat blog hitter...
Now, I must paddle into my rationale for rendering a winner. As my rules went, I wanted commenters to express themselves in 140 characters or less; that wipes some submissions out...
Drew, thank you for your artist-to-artist thank you. Actually, it was Dan Shure's artistry that inspired me to write this post.
Will, I love your persistence dude. Don't lose that ever! That makes for a good surfer or whatever.
Paul, I like your nickname the best and you certainly show some skills with your last comment..
But.. Matt Waddell's "All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey, Kadowaki dreaming on such a winter’s day." was the mama and papa of comments, ultimately winning my attention and Kadowaki board! Matt Waddell, get in touch homeboy; your creative thoughts just bought you a stoke-worthy surfboard! Thanks for all those who competed!
Once again, thanks to all those who read my post and to iPullRank for hosting me.
@woj thank you for the kind words, woj - yeah, I think for branding, favoriting is good tactic similar to hosting testimonials.
Paul and Will - I am mucho stoked you guys chose to participate (and I want some mo!) because I wanna give my board a nice new creative home. However, (and I hate to get all Willy Wonka rule stickler on you dudes) but I did explain in the rules, you gotta do it up in 140 characters or less. Technically, I would have my oompa loompas do a little ditty and usher your comments into disqualify ville. Cmon bros - like surfing, this is about style. Give me your sentiments again in 140 or less. May the best wrider win!