I did my regular search to see where I was placed on Google today.
The answer is number two. 2! I’ve been first for months, and now there’s a pesky LinkedIn directory above me.
My first thought was, “But I haven’t changed anything!” and of course, that’s the problem.
I’ve only blogged a few times in the past four months. I used to keep a regular schedule of three times a week, and Google loved me for it. It got their SEO juices flowing. But now, I’m falling.
It’s ironic in one way (and not in the Alanis sense, but something that actually fits the definition of irony) in that I write to at least two clients a day extolling the virtues of blogging. I’ve been so busy preaching the blogging gospel that I haven’t had the time to do it myself.
Well, all that changes today. Thrice a week, you’ll see me writing. And you’ll see me back at number one as a result of those efforts.
And I won’t feel like such a hypocrite when delivering my sermons.