Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to build a business around this because I’m too focused on client work and love to do SEO more than I like to think about Facebook. However, I know I could make money on this like Register.com tries to right now by charging people $40/month for this.
However, if you want to bypass what they charge you $40/month, just continue reading.
1) How to change your Facebook Page’s url
First, get 25 likes on your page. I’m going to skip over the directions on how to create a facebook page, but if you don’t know even where to start, just go to this url This will let you choose from 6 major categories of facebook pages. Again, I’m going to save the details of this to you. Continue reading “Changing your Facebook Page url so it’s not 8 million characters long” »
Recently, I was on SEOMoz to get some information for a presentation I did for the American Institute of Building Design (local chapter) at the University of Washington. (the .ppt and other items are on my SEO Speaking engagements page) I noticed all of a sudden a great little event that must of been brewing under the Mozplex that I believe may have just recently been announced for people interested in SEO here in Seattle: SEOMoz’s Mozcon (July 27-29, 2011). Not sure if it costs anything or not.
However, this reminded me of two other events I know about later this year (again, if you’re interested about anything and everything related to “Seattle SEO” stuff or search engine marketing here in the Pacific Northwest). They are:
(drum roll please)
SMX (Search Marketing Expo) Seattle, June 7-8th, 2011
Cost: $2195 down to Free (not sure what an Expo+ pass, but will try to find out)
Seattle Interactive Conference, October 5-6, 2011
Cost: $299 (full conference), but you can get a $100 off if you register early
SEO Moz’s Mozcon, July 27-29th, 2011