We hold a select few traditions dear in my family. Mixing proper whiskey drinks is one of those traditions. No other mixed drink is more synonymous with my old Kentucky home than the mint julep. The 1st Saturday in May marks Derby Day every year, and no doubt mint juleps are the most popular drink at Churchill Downs. If you don’t bet all your dollars on the first leg of the Triple Crown, you can even treat yourself to a $1,000 mint julep.

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Other-Worldy & Alternative Link Building – Part II

April 18, 2013

Good day, Gonzo gals and guys. It’s @content_muse; coming to you live, bangin vibes from the brain to the keyboard for your internal storage pleasure. When we last left my mind at Kaiser the Sage‘s place, I was giving you a tour of alternative yet actionable link-building goodies.

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Why Hunter Thompson Would Have Hated Author Rank

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(…But He Would Have Used It Anyways) We get it. Author Rank is important if you want to compete in Google’s ever-expanding personalized SERPs. As reluctant as I have been to implement or even give a damn about it, I have finally jumped on the wagon. Demian Farnworth wrote a compelling case for why Hunter […]

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Nick LeRoy’s DIY SEO Audit: A Review

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How this eBook helped a traditional PR agency grow their digital services In past experiences, I’ve usually had the luxury of working with sites during development. Never had the need to do any real site audits. Recently, I started doing some contracting for a PR agency with a budding digital department and I have yet […]

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Stealing SEO Clients for Fun and Profit

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The Gonzo SEO is proud to present a guest post from Joel Klettke, the coolest keener from Calgary since James Gosling. Joel kicks ass daily for Vovia Online Marketing there in Cow-Town and he can be easily talked into a guest post via twitter @cstechjoel. We all want to make friends – especially in an industry as […]

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