Ultimate SEO – Focus On Strategy, Tools And Community Builds

Over the last month I’ve poured a bit of time … (everything that my clients didn’t get) into UltimateSEO.org and by chance UltimateSEO.net which was unregistered.  UltimateSEO.org was the focus because previous to my use someone else used it and built it up to a domain authority of 36.  Its taken me over six months to engineer this domain to a 29 so I wanted to see what I could do with a slightly further ahead domain name that included keywords.  This began the experiment.

Ultimate SEO Concept

To begin with a DA36 was great and all but why not improve on that I thought, so here’s a graph from ahrefs.com concerning backlinks and referring domains.

Ultimate SEO Backlinks

Ultimate SEO Backlinks

Yes, I’ve been busy.  The site needed built but as the graph shows I’ve worked hard on the off page SEO increasing domains linking to the site from under a hundred to over 300.  The sites rank on Ahrefs has climbed past 22,410,000 other sites in a month.  Its seen some fun traffic scenarios, least of which was the catalyst event for starting this experiment.  On Christmas Eve I redirected an SEO domain I had bought to this one and the search results where above the clouds, but just for the night.

Christmas SEO Miracle Or Late Night Fluke

That night magically I was ranking on page 5 for the impossible one word SEO keyword “seo” which if you aren’t into SEO you’d say page 5? Thats horrible…but think of how that affects your rankings for longer terms if Google considers your site about the 50th best SEO match then searching “anything SEO” is likely to swing up as well.  “SEO Tools” and “Google Data Studio Slow” where doing well, I was even ranking 67th for “Neil Patel” … and I’m not Neil Patel but he is kinda a big deal in the SEO world.  Searching “Upwork” I was ranking 43.  “Free SEO Tools”, “SEO Profiler Login”, “Political SEO” where all ranking UltimateSEO.org it only lasted the night.  A Christmas Miracle … why wasn’t it sustained?  Well I assume that Google quickly realized the content on the site was not the 50th best in the world.  But it was too late I had a taste or a glimpse of something possible.  I’d need content, optimized and more off page metrics…and thats what I’ve been working to achieve.

Side note I like my logo.  Its very me and I felt it sums up my personality style and the ultimate goal of any SEO.

Make An Impact

Make An Impact

“Make An Impact” along with an image of a comet or meteor hitting the earth sends a message.  Its explosive, it killed all the dinosaurs and brought us movies like Deep Impact and Armageddon Day.  So you’ll see that carry forward in later images.

Content Is King In SEO

Google Indexed Pages

Google Indexed Pages

Content was lacking I had just started so that was to be understood.  I’ve addressed content to some degree and the amount of pages that Google has indexed has reflected that I think.  December 12th Google found 38 pages worth indexing now it has 841, with 2,450 excluded and that exclusion is nothing but potential in my mind.  Not every page on a site is worth indexing, who cares about the login page?  The site has actually evolved into 3 WordPress installations on one domain.  I did that to isolate use areas so that they didn’t collectively slow the whole site down.  You can’t tell because I kept the theme the same.  But the site is 3 different sites that share a common table for users.

Ultimate SEO Blog

Ultimate SEO Blog

The homepage and the blog section of the site makes up the first installation.  This means the homepage loads without having to worry about the other two installations.  Its faster and has less baggage in the form of page requests.  This freedom from dependences puts the site at just about 50 total requests which I think is pretty darn streamlined.  This section is themed for the general public.

Ultimate SEO Client Site

Ultimate SEO Client Site

The second section is focused on customers and client relationship management.  I call it the “portal” it allows users to login and retrieve documents I’ve made for them or for them to offer documents to me and it has a billing functionality as well as a Support Desk which is available to the general public.  The support desk aspect also adds an “employee” type resource which I decided to expand to include the G Suite resources that I opted for … its a class act.  I may be one person but I have internal chat rooms and I can make telephone calls and issue HR policies on the intranet site.

Ultimate SEO Forum

Ultimate SEO Forum

While the first section offers something to bring a new person in with information and blog posts the third install hopefully adds the interactive element that non-clients or not-yet clients need to come back. Its a forum where in theory people can post and discuss SEO with others and offer each other advice and build relationships.

Each install has its audience and purpose and that largely dictates the content there.  Its lead itself to become the largest site I’ve made to this point.  Here is a visualization of the site.  Keeping in mind each dot is a page and the lines are the links. The brighter a dot the more traffic and activity it has and the colors reflect the state of the page’s functionality.

SEO Visualization Of Ultimate SEO

So let’s take a glimpse at traffic and I’ll try and tamper down initial thoughts on the numbers, if its too good to be true…it is.  Traffic is good but its not what you think at first, and the bad isn’t bad.  I use cloudflare so a lot of the traffic actually never reaches the site so lets look at Cloudflare’s metrics first.

Traffic Metric For Ultimate SEO

Cloudflare Traffic For Ultimate SEO

Cloudflare Traffic For Ultimate SEO

First thing to note from 30 days of tracking is 9,407 unique visitors is pretty good.  Maybe too good..you see these unique visitors are causing 1.1 million requests of the server I think its been like 100 a minute and its not even so a week ago the site migrated to its own new cPanel AWS server.  You can see where that happens in the top graph where we see a drop in traffic which funny enough was caused by me forgetting to redirect subdomains that the previous owner used to the main domain.  It still meant anyone going to an actual domain I made an intended to have got there I’ve since reinstated those redirects.  But the lower traffic gave me a bit of time to just deal with a few hundred visitors a day.

A lot of this traffic is likely not human but robots trying to figure out what the hell is going on.

Ultimate SEO Site Traffic

Ultimate SEO Site Traffic

Now in the graph above we can see the traffic since the January 23 move to the new server.  This also is only reflecting the traffic to the first main installation of WordPress.  Its strong and its been without the redirected traffic I described earlier.  This will begin to reflect that traffic.  But considering 634 visitors hit the site yesterday an increase in traffic is going to need to be managed without increasing my hosting requirements and bandwidth expenses much.  A site that currently has no revenue stream but a big expense isn’t a long term solution if you’re looking to call this your job.

Now a lot of this traffic is again robots.  The site has about 400 registered users in the last week, even some of these are likely bots…but if 10% is human thats good enough for me.  Google ranks a site based on a combination of 200 factors and one is traffic so I’ll accept the traffic boom for now.  So Google Analytics metrics are the stricter of these and only reflect visitors to the site that trigger Javascript.

Google Analytics Traffic Of Ultimate SEO

Google Analytics Traffic Of Ultimate SEO

Even with these stringent requirements, and also with it not necessarily seeing all traffic due to Cloudflare we have 574% more users than last month.  The sites bounce rate or a metric used to discern visitors interest in the site shows a robust 15% bounce.  That number is so good I reviewed it and it appears valid.  I have software that records a video of each users experience and can watch folks clicking around and they are clicking around.  That plugin also warned me that as a free user I was maxing out the limit of concurrent recordings.

Future SEO Efforts

So whats next?  I think I have delivered the traffic, I’ve built a baseline of content and made it technically scaleable and agnostic.  Its all now a matter of building a niche audience that feels engaged and ranking keywords in Google Search.  I’ll check back in a month with how the experiment goals.  I’ve been working to build up SEO Tools both onsite and lists of other sites tools.

Feel free to message with questions and as this progresses of course the How and Whys will be posts on that site and this as I have time.

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What To Do With Your Political Site After The Election

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Its something farthest from your mind, I’m sure.  If you’re working for a political campaign you’re pushing forward and the next 5 weeks are all out war ahead.  What to do with your campaign site after the election?  Heck I suspect some of you are just now getting around to your website, or many feel it hasn’t helped in the past so no need to worry.  You’d be wrong if you fall into either of those mindsets, if you’re the diligent one you’ll find the rewards are like a garden.

I started renting a house in my hometown after returning from Chicago and suddenly I found I had room to grow things. I wanted hydrangeas so I planted 14 or so … it took a lot of them to make a show at a gallon a plant. We also planted a grapevine.  Not much happened though, and I could have easily given up after the summer, just ignore them…but they were never going to be mature in one season.  A grapevine takes 3 years before it produces grapes, I learned hydrangeas were “old” wood and new growth wouldn’t come from new plant life.  If you get where I’m going, I’ll stop with the gardening story.  You’re website will not produce fruit in its first couple months.

Domain age actually has both a direct and indirect effect on your ranking.  For one, a website thats been up and running since the last election has had links from other sites organically made, not a ton if you just leave it sitting there but definitely more than if you take it down and just hold on to the domain.  In a previous post I mentioned it takes 3 to 6 months to rank a site, you’ll be a step further if you just leave it up and alone.  (Best not alone, maybe post a new article every couple months.)

Domain Age directly affects your Trust Factor/Citation Factor and your Domain Authority which in turn suggest that your Google standing next election cycle is going to be improved as well.  And stop thinking your target keyword is your name, if someone is Googling your name they’ve already heard of you. Take the big terms like election results, voter guide or the other candidate’s name.

Take seandelahanty.com and judgeseandelahanty.com the first is younger but it has 70 times the backlinks and its been updated religiously, has the social media mentions, it has the content.  The first address is a Domain Authority 23 and the older one is a Domain Authority 2! Its still neck and neck in some searches.  Just today I Googled the candidates name the older one comes up 3rd and the real site thats 2 months old, has 10+ times the domain authority that site is 6th. Here is a representation of how much weight domain age may have, I link to the case study below.  Oh and BTW the new site is actually doing pretty good I think. Page 1 ranking on 45 keywords on Google…100 ranked keywords altogether. But back to the point…

what goes into a ranking

what goes into a ranking

Now let me clear the air though, no matter how old your domain is and consistently you’ve had a site up…if the content isn’t any good its a lost opportunity.  So do make an effort to convey your continued message through your site and when you run for the next office you’re site will be that much more ready.  Final note here, there are a ton of opinions out there on domain age, but no one would disagree a site thats up and updated periodically is more likely to gain backlinks.

SO Just get a cheap web hosting plan and post every few months, don’t just take it down and box it up till a month before the next election.  For further reading on domain authority a case study.  Id recommend that article, it goes over several factors.

And I can tell you one person who’s still got her site up…signs of the times.

clinton

clinton

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Ranking Louisville Candidate Site With Organic SEO

Its likely no secret we’re working hard to rank up Judge Sean Delahanty‘s site.  He had judgeseandelahanty.com but I’ve always believed that the primary site for any campaign needs to be someone’s name unless its hard to spell without any office referenced.

Thats why we developed his new election site seandelahanty.com.  Wanting to bring a small level of gamification and interactivity I added polls and debated a chat section but due to speed concerns on the domain I moved that idea to fordelahanty.com. Its a site to allow supporters to collaborate and make a difference.

In the image below you can see the vast majority of his tracked pages are on page one of Google.
In order to draw new traffic from higher search volumned topics I added the FAQ and Voter Guide content.  The voter guide is not the most innovative site but it is likely the one campaign site that provides maps and names on races beyond their own.  Its a gamble that the voter will find and appreciate Sean Delahanty’s site

The site recently received a make over notice the reported as of today.

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Study Reviews Success Of Website Technology And Congressional Wins

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Hindsight is 20/20 and given the findings of the report below every campaign in 2016’s house races in the study, who relied solely on Facebook pages to represent their campaign’s online presence, would likely build a WordPress site now.  No one who had just a Facebook presence won in 2016.

There are a lot of reasons this could be true, but one fact remains … Do you want to replicate the losers in the last cycle?  Visit my Political SEO site to learn more about what I have done for campaigns and candidates in 2018.

Reposted Article, original source at bottom of article.

Every year I analyze the use of websites in political races across the country. This year there were more candidates with websites than I’d noticed in the past. That’s a good thing, in my opinion – the web is an ever-increasing way to reach your audience at a much lower cost base than sending mailers or printing signs and flyers. And while those other methods shouldn’t be ignored, the web is, in my opinion, the way forward!

What follows is my analysis of websites used by candidates in various races across Pennsylvania – mostly from the race for Governor and the various races for US House of Representatives. I analyzed 40 websites in total, through which I found candidates employing 5 major web platforms, in order of the most prevalent.

Data was taken from the PA Secretary of state an is the official posted election result counts. Additionally, the websites listed here were those registered when the candidate applied to run for office. Of course, there are many more candidates who did not declare his or her website to the Secretary of State, and those websites were not included in this analysis.

Political Candidate Website Types

WordPress was the most prevalent website system used among the sites analyzed making up 42.5% of all websites, followed by regular HTML sites at 37.5%. The remaining 20% were composed of NationBuilder sites, Facebook, and Twitter. I think it’s important to note that while Facebook and Twitter aren’t actually full websites, the candidates in those cases, 4 in total, decided to forego a traditional website in favor of marketing the campaign only through social media networks. In a moment, I’ll discuss how those campaigns fared.

CandidateSEO.com is Matt Leffler’s Political SEO Site

Political Website Effectiveness

There are literally dozens of ways to rate the effectiveness of a website. You can look at length and type of content on the website, format and structure, or even a more subjective analysis like colors used or artistic flair. I was more interested in the bottom line – the win!

So the next analysis I ran was a win/loss ratio by website type being used in the races. As you can see in the chart below, WordPress has the highest win / loss ratio with 11 wins to only 5 losses. HTML is close behind with 9 wins and 5 losses. These two website types make up all the wins, while the candidates who used other website types, namely NationBuilder, Facebook, and Twitter, experienced only losses.

You’ll notice that the WordPress website count for the purposes of this analysis drops from 17 to 16. This is due to one candidate dropping from the race, so for purposes of wins/losses it does not factor in.

Campaign SItes

Campaign SItes

Website Type Match-Ups

It is also helpful to note here that in some cases, candidate websites analyzed were used in races running against each other. For example, the 15 HTML sites were used across 10 races. That means, in some cases, a candidate with an HTML site was running off against another candidate with an HTML site. Of course, in political races there can be only one winner, with the other (or others) being the losers. Among the 17 WordPress sites, there were 4 common races – one of those races had 3 or more candidates – all with WordPress sites. What’s interesting to note here is that the only time a WordPress site associated with a losing candidate is when it ran against another candidate using a WordPress site also.

When candidates using a WordPress site ran against a candidate using any other type of website, the WordPress site was associated with the winner 100% of the time.

There were two instances of a direct match up between HTML sites and WordPress sites running against each other, and in each case the WordPress site was associated with the winning candidate.

Political SEO

Political SEO

A Closer Look at WordPress in Political Websites

With WordPress being used in such a high percentage of winning races I took a closer look at the types of WordPress websites being used by the candidates. The advantage of using a system like WordPress is its high extensibility, modular plugin-in features, and ease-of-use. It also offers the ability to quickly switch between free and stock templates and custom frameworks.

We saw two different types of frameworks being used:

  1. Full custom builds
  2. Premium Templates

A full custom build is one where the website is built from scratch. No stock template is employed, or if a template was employed it was modified to such an extent the website no longer looks reasonably like the original template. These are more complex websites with additional features added in, and likely done at a higher price point than the premium template scenario discussed below.

A premium template is a website that is created using a starter template that has the basic features already installed and styled. The candidate, or his/her developer, then went through the process of slightly modifying the template to the candidate’s needs. In these cases, the sites were not modified extensively and the original framework template would clearly be visible in the website structure.

WordPress Framework # Sites % Sites Wins Losses
Custom Framework 9 56% 7 2
Basic Template 7 44% 4 3
Totals 16 100% 11 5

In my analysis, candidates using WordPress chose to use full custom WordPress websites 56% of the time and premium templates 44% of the time. In terms of usage, the numbers are fairly close. But the results are not.

As you can see from the table above and the charts below, candidates using full custom websites experienced a much higher winning percentage. When full custom websites were employed, candidates won 78% of the time, whereas candidates using stock templates won only 57% of the time, a margin of more than 21%.

Political Site Technology

Political Site Technology

Political Candidate Websites Listing

The websites considered in this analysis are listed in the table below, along with the name of the candidate running and type of race. This list is accurate of 11/5/2015 while all the analyzed sites are still live and valid. They may at some point in the future come down. If the link doesn’t work that is likely the reason.

Tim Murphy US House of Representatives http://www.electtimmurphy.com
Matt Cartwright US House of Representatives http://cartwrightcongress.com
Doc Moylan US House of Representatives https://www.facebook.com/MoylanforCongress
Joe Pitts US House of Representatives http://joepittsforcongress.com
Tom Houghton US House of Representatives http://www.tomhoughton.org/
Charlie Dent US House of Representatives http://www.dentforcongress.com
Mike Doyle US House of Representatives http://www.mikedoyleforcongress.com
Allyson Schwartz US House of Representatives http://allysonschwartz.com
Brendan Boyle US House of Representatives http://voteboyle.com
Dee Adcock US House of Representatives http://www.adcockforcongress.com
Keith Rothfus US House of Representatives http://keithpa4.com
Erin McClelland US House of Representatives http://erin14.com
Lou Barletta US House of Representatives http://loubarletta.com
Andy Ostrowski US House of Representatives http://andyostrowski.com
Betsy Summers US House of Representatives https://www.facebook.com/betsy.summers1
Scott Brion US House of Representatives http://www.scottbrionforcongress.com
Nick Troiano US House of Representatives http://www.nicktroiano.com/
Bill Shuster US House of Representatives http://www.billshusterforcongress.com
Mike Fitzpatrick US House of Representatives https://www.fitzpatrickforcongress.com/
Kevin Strouse US House of Representatives http://www.kevinstrouse.com
Pat Meehan US House of Representatives http://www.meehanforcongress.com
Manan Trivedi US House of Representatives http://www.trivediforcongress.com
Glenn Thompson US House of Representatives http://www.friendsofglennthompson.com/#sthash.4MplqlUo.dpbs
Kerith Strano US House of Representatives http://www.kstforcongress.com/join?splash=1
Linda Thompson US House of Representatives http://www.lindathompsonforcongress2014.com/
Scott Perry US House of Representatives http://www.patriotsforperry.com
Mike Kelly US House of Representatives http://www.mikekellyforcongress.com
Dan LaVallee US House of Representatives http://danlavallee.com
Chaka Fattah US House of Representatives http://fattahforcongress.publishpath.com/
Armond James US House of Representatives https://twitter.com/Armond4Congress
Bob Brady US House of Representatives http://www.bobbrady.us
Megan Rath US House of Representatives http://www.meganforcongress.com
Pat Toomey US Senator http://toomeyforsenate.com
Tom Corbett Governor http://www.tomcorbettforgovernor.com/
Tom Wolf Governor http://wolfforpa.com
Mike Stack Lt. Governor http://www.stackforpa.com
Ken Krawchuk Governor http://kenk.org/
Rob McCord State Treasurer http://www.robmccord.com
Tom Lineweaver Governor https://www.facebook.com/tom.lineaweaver

It’s well-known that WordPress accounts for nearly 1 in 5 of every new website created around the world, but I was surprised to see that WordPress was being used in more than 40% of the open races analyzed here in Pennsylvania. I have no doubt the WordPress ratio will continue to climb in future elections as the platform becomes even more prevalent, and even easier to use.

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SEO: How long does it take to rank #1 on Google?

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It Takes About 3 Months To 6 Months To Rank #1 On Google

In the world of politics everything seems to be able the last week of an election, after that its over.  In the business world you have to keep going after a certain defined date to remain in business.  Political SEO requires keeping in mind the business world because in Google ranking they are your biggest competitors and the other candidate is likely just as I was talking with a politico kind of friend in the last two days about the need in getting in contact with any campaigns for November now … he seemed puzzled and said we had three months and most campaigns are just starting.  That may be fine and dandy for yard signs and television commercials but online everything needs to be in place before you want it.  That means now.

I will grant you that Jefferson County Judge Executive isn’t a highly sought after keyword.  But then who is going to Google that keyword closer to the election?  If you thought that was the keyword for that office, you’d be wrong.  You need to stop thinking of proper nouns as good Google keywords.  I’ll pin a conversation about keywords at another time but for now focus on timing.

Its not too late to invest in search engine optimization and building an engaging site for voters.  It will be too late in October when you will wish you had.

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Campaign, Candidate And Political SEO: Optimize Or Be Trumped

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I say be “Trumped” because for all that he did wrong in tarditional campaigning, he did Political SEO better than anyone had before.

I’ve always been a political guy.  I love using technology to those political ends.  Earlier this year I was able to leverage my experience in SEO, Adwords, cloud computing, data analysis and web design for a political candidate. It’s why these unique products are bundled into what I offer through Upwork.  Today there is no excuse for a candidate to neglect digital media needs.  Local candidates can easily benefit from a solid online presence for much less than they might think.  The past experience with Brent Ackerson’s campaign was very encouraging.

I’ve started to reposition satellite sites made in March for a new project I’ll mention below.  VoteLouisville.com for instance is intended to be a voter education site for anyone who wants to post I just so happen to post all of the stuff there.  I have some further plans for louisvilleelection.com but those are all in my head.

All of these sites are hosted by my Google and Amazon cloud accounts, so that stuff has come in handy.  I hope to attract additional campaign work if not in 2018 by 2020.  I figured this new niche deserved a site so I’m working on candidateseo.com with a handful of .net names also headed there just for ease of use.

Candidate SEO

I said at the a campaign meeting that I felt radio and TV ads were as effective as yelling out a window.  I still feel that way, even more so each day.  In these meetings people point out I’m tech savy but others still watch TV … then I think of my 88 and 92 yr old grandparents who recently decided Netflix, Amazon and Hulu were all they needed.

My Grandmother is the idea focus for a campaign, everyone knows older people vote much more regularly and reliably than younger people. She has 29 children, grand children and great grand children.  Living in half a dozen states I think now.  Guess what that means…she’s on Digital mediums 29 times the amount you’d probably expect.

I’ve also explained to candidates that it is a growing trend for a voter to arrive on election day with one or two races already decided.  This voter is now faced with several other races on the same ballot and will likely reach for their phone and decide who to vote for with only minutes of searching for the office or candidates.  The results of these searches will ultimately decide these votes.  Interestingly the money needed for Political SEO and Campaign Site Digital Marketing, creating content with the candidate amounts to a fraction of what campaigns will spend on radio.

I’ve added Candidate SEO to my domain family because I figured I needed a site as unique as this niche.

Position, Position, Position Its Up To Campaign SEO

Real estate brokers say location, location, location.  Did you know that first position in Google search results gets about 35% of users focus but 3rd gets some where around 7%?  If one candidate SEOs their site and a negative site against the other unprepared candidate that could be the election.

Sean Delahanty

I’ll be focused these next months on politics and SEO again.  I’m excited that Judge Sean Delahanty has signed on board with me to help him get out his digital message.  I’ve only had a couple weeks to put into this but check out his new campaign site. There is method to the madness, Ive also create a sister site that serves as a funnel or over flow thats officially the campaign committee‘s site.

I dont want to give away much during a race, but when we search Sean’s name its already number one on Bing and Yahoo.  Google of course is the goal, and we are climbing … as an army of pages are indexing daily.  Last search I found 73 pages indexed for the site each with their own distinct keywords all climbing in ranking.   UPDATE:  Its 146 pages now … on one domain mind you, that started less than a month ago.  The social media presence is expansive, Ive left off some sites from this social media collage.

Social Media – Candidate SEO – “You’re going to be popularrr”

 Sean Delahanty Social Media

Most of you will look at this wall of profiles and think to yourself who is ever going to go to these?  If you did and you’re running for office send me an email…you need me.  These sites aren’t REALLY there to be read by people.  All of these sites are visited by search engines and these sites frame an image of a candidate to Google. All of these social media accounts ultimately end up at the campaign site, there is value in reaching voters … but you’ll reach voters if you are at the top of their searches.

I’ll post shortly about the positioning the sites are reaching.  If you are running for office in Louisville Kentucky and looking for what you dont know you need reach out to me.  Not convinced you need me?  What would you say is the least important phrase for me to ranking these pages for on Google?  If you aren’t thinking the candidates name you should email me.  I’ll explain after the election or ya best ask in person.

Future post I’ll explain why IP based Digital Marketing is so 2001!  Don’t do it…its technically and human behaviorally flawed.

Just in case anyone was worried I have not disclosed anything that someone can learn within a little bit of research concerning my candidate’s sites. All the secret sauce is still in the bottle.

Campaign, Candidate And Political SEO: Optimize Or Be Trumped

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