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I post at SearchCommander.com now, and this post was published 7 years 2 months 26 days ago. This industry changes FAST, so blindly following the advice here *may not* be a good idea! If you're at all unsure, feel free to hit me up on Twitter and ask.

Are you feeling guilty because you have improved your rankings unfairly? Have you bought links? Exchanged goods or services for reviews?

Have you commented on blog posts, or maybe participated in forums when you didn’t even feel all that strongly, but you did it in an attempt to manipulate the search results through gaining backlinks?

Maybe you’ve hired a company who promised to make you rank, but you know they’ve done some of these same things on your behalf!

Even though it’s probably working, and you’re reaping the benefits of higher rankings, you must feel pretty bad, right? I mean, how can you sleep?

Everyone knows that the internet would be a better place, if links would only accumulate naturally, through the benevolent generosity of webmasters and bloggers. That’s why Google and other moral authorities have made it easy to turn in competitors, but there’s never been a way to assuage your own guilt, until now.

We all know there’s a special place in Hells sandbox for people that violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines, and I sure don’t want to go there, so I’ve launched a new business, allowing you, the site owner to rat yourself out, and do some good for the planet.

When you rat yourself out and turn in those ill gotten profits that you gained at the expense of others, we’ll use at least 30% of your money to buy carbon credits, which will help not only the internet, but the entire world.

Report yourself right here

 

In Other News Today…

Today Gmail Motion was released…
I just tested this out on my laptop, because it has a built in camera. If it werent for frosted glass on the door, I could have used it in the shower! Absolutely amazing…

 

I’m proud to announce that my son got a part time job at Google…
Because of the connections I have in the search industry, my son was able to get one of the earliest spots, before Google went public today with this offer…

Here’s the video he watched that peaked his interest in the first place…

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