SEO On The Go

SEO On The Go 1: Introduction

December 04, 2020 Peter Krysik
SEO On The Go
SEO On The Go 1: Introduction
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SEO On The Go
SEO On The Go 1: Introduction
Dec 04, 2020
Peter Krysik

Thanks for showing an interest in SEO On The Go!

My name is Peter Krysik. I have been studying SEO strategies in my spare time since 2010. I first discovered SEO when I launched a successful website for my local service area business.

I quickly saw the huge potential that Search Engine Optimization has to offer.

My daily struggle is deciding which direction to point to my SEO expertise. Anytime I dedicate my efforts towards my business, I get busier with work. That leaves very little time for me to work on my SEO side projects.

I guess I can't complain!

I've launched a lot of small website projects. Most of them go nowhere, but they definitely don't go to waste. Any project that gets neglected becomes my test subject where I try some shady SEO tactics. These tactics aren't exactly what you would call advisable.

I've done things like:

  • Built millions of backlinks with automation software.
  • Used cheap content writing services.
  • Used content generation software.
  • Hired expensive writers.
  • Hired virtual assistants.
  • Payed for backlinks.
  • Bought expired domains.

Because I'm usually strapped for time, automation always seemed like a great solution. It doesn't always work out, but sometimes it does!

Subscribe to SEO On The Go to see my journey as I continue growing websites on the side.

I also post SEO tips and tricks on my SEO blog, HealthyRanking.com!

Show Notes

Thanks for showing an interest in SEO On The Go!

My name is Peter Krysik. I have been studying SEO strategies in my spare time since 2010. I first discovered SEO when I launched a successful website for my local service area business.

I quickly saw the huge potential that Search Engine Optimization has to offer.

My daily struggle is deciding which direction to point to my SEO expertise. Anytime I dedicate my efforts towards my business, I get busier with work. That leaves very little time for me to work on my SEO side projects.

I guess I can't complain!

I've launched a lot of small website projects. Most of them go nowhere, but they definitely don't go to waste. Any project that gets neglected becomes my test subject where I try some shady SEO tactics. These tactics aren't exactly what you would call advisable.

I've done things like:

  • Built millions of backlinks with automation software.
  • Used cheap content writing services.
  • Used content generation software.
  • Hired expensive writers.
  • Hired virtual assistants.
  • Payed for backlinks.
  • Bought expired domains.

Because I'm usually strapped for time, automation always seemed like a great solution. It doesn't always work out, but sometimes it does!

Subscribe to SEO On The Go to see my journey as I continue growing websites on the side.

I also post SEO tips and tricks on my SEO blog, HealthyRanking.com!