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I so agree with this concept. As a writer and in my past as a web developer, I have often run into projects too big for me to finish alone within the alloted time frame. My answer is always: I can't, but I have a network of professional friends I can hire to help. Or I don't have those skills, but I can refer someone. In every instance, the client still returns to me the next time. Honesty still pays off."
I've read several articles and blog posts about this subject recently - JC Penney has recently been Googlesmacked for some of the black hat link tactics you describe. But I'm taking away the positive side of organic linkbuilding. You stood out by clearly detailing link techniques and search engine parameters that never occurred to me. I didn't really need this information in the past, but I will in the near future -- thanks so much for adding to my store of SEO knowledge!"
The No-Reason-to-Take-a-Day-Off-of-Work Reason to Take a Day Off of Work (Approved by Sigmund Freud!)"I used to give my children the occasional "mental health day" off from school. We would go to the Science Center, Seaworld, or anywhere else that would be both fun and a learning experience. It was great for all of us. I think a break in routine once in a while is necessary for survival."
The No-Reason-to-Take-a-Day-Off-of-Work Reason to Take a Day Off of Work (Approved by Sigmund Freud!)"Exactly, Yoni...I live here in Orlando, so for us, it was usually a day now and then. A smart mom can make a learning experience almost anywhere. For the record, I'm considering a yearly pass to seaworld for my hub and I. Without the pressure of HAVING to do everything because you only have one day, it's a lovely stroll and comparatively inexpensive way to see a show or spend a relaxing afternoon inside a giant aquarium. Seaworld is going to be my mental health day this year...at least once a month."