Saying Goodbye To Google

It’s Goodbye To Google

by Harvey Segal

You read that right.

I’ve told Google to push off.

Stop spidering me.

I no longer want my online business to depend on its ever
changing whims as to what makes a good or bad ranking.

I don’t want to spend time collecting thousands of
backward links then find that they are probably worthless
because the anchor text does not contain a suitable
keyword, or the site does not have sufficient page rank,
or whatever the latest algorithm is.

I don’t want to buy expensive cloaking tools and run the
risk of penalization.

I don’t want to be bothered about whether a domain has a
static or dynamic IP address or have to use different
hosts to make a network of minisites.

What’s that you say ?

You don’t need fancy tricks – just
provide good relevant content.

My answer ?

Nonsense.

I have a huge content site devoted solely to ClickBank,
the only one of its kind.

If you wanted to find the most relevant content for a
search on the keyword ‘ClickBank’ don’t you think that
would be at the top ?

Well Google used to agree with you.

It was ranked number 2, with only ClickBank.com itself at
number one.

Today it is ranked … wait for it … number 426.

It is beaten out of sight by sites which have nothing to
do with ClickBank but happen to mention that keyword once.

I asked a search engine expert about this and he suggested
that it was due to keyword density, in other words too
many mentions of the word ClickBank.

Well that has to be the case – the site is after all a
‘Complete Guide to ClickBank’

His advice —

Try replacing the word ClickBank occasionally
(e.g. use ‘CB’.)

No way.

That was the last straw and became the inspiration for me
to develop a revolutionary approach to getting traffic.

It led to me being called ‘The Guru who said goodbye to
Google’ in the marketing forums.

And this new approach ?

It uses some of the fundamental pillars of Internet
marketing that you already know – techniques which will
never become obsolete.

But they are combined together in a new way and with a
viral twist that you won’t have seen before.

It includes giving out free information in a certain way
and I show you how exactly in my book — The Ultimate
SuperTip.

And just to illustrate the principle:  the book is FREE
and you can reproduce this article and change the URL to
point to your own rebranded version.


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Bizarre Strange & Unusual Phobias

On a previous post I focused predominately on the more common fears that many people have in general. Now I wanted to highlight the more uncommon, most unusual, bizarre, strange and downright weird phobias that afflict a number of people.

Some of the information presented here will repeat what I originally stated in a previous post a few months back that you will find here >> What Really Scares People: Top 10 Fears

Instead of an evolutionary or culture-led phobia, there may be a separate explanation for weird or strange phobias, such as the fear of cheese. This group of phobias may be linked to deep-seated psychological trauma. For whatever reason, that inanimate object or non-threatening situation has become the focus of the fear, and acts as a trigger for stored feelings of anxiety.

The common “specific phobias” – such as the fear of spiders, or snakes, or being struck by lightning – are all understandable… at least on some level. We may not fully understand the extreme fear response some people give them but somewhere in there is a threat to survival.

Below you will find a list of uncommon – and in some cases – bizarre phobias – which really do prove utterly terrifying and disgusting to a small part of the general population.

  • Ablutophobia – the obsessional fear of bathing
  • Adipophobia – the fear of appearing too fat
  • Agyrophobia – the fear of crossing roads
  • Ambulophobia – the fear of walking
  • Anablephobia – the fear of looking up
  • Androphobia – the fear of men
  • Anthophobia – the fear of flowers
  • Arachibutyrophobia – the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of one’s mouth
  • Aulophobia – the fear of flutes
  • Barophobia – the fear of gravity
  • Cataptrophobia – the fear of mirrors
  • Chionophobia – the fear of snow
  • Chorophobia – the fear of dancing
  • Chromatophobia – the fear of colors
  • Chronomentrophobia – the fear of time
  • Cnidophobia – the fear of string
  • Cyberphobia – the fear of working with computers
  • Decidophobia – the fear of making decisions
  • Ephebiphobia the fear of teenagers
  • Ergophobia – the fear of work, finding work or functioning at work
  • Erotophobia – the fear of sex or talking about sex
  • Gelotophobia – the obsessional fear of being laughed at
  • Genuphobia – the fear of knees
  • Geumapobia – the fear of taste
  • Gerontophobia – the fear of growing old or fear of the elderly
  • Gymnophobia – the fear of being seen naked or seeing others naked
  • Gynophobia – the fear of women
  • Haptephobia – the fear of being touched
  • Heliophobia – the fear of sunlight
  • Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia – the fear of long words 😛 Really!
  • Hypnophobia – the fear of sleep
  • Kyphophobia – the fear of stooping
  • Levophobia – the fear of objects to the left
  • Megalophobia – the fear of large or oversized objects
  • Metrophobia – the fear of poetry
  • Mnemophobia – the fear of memories
  • Nomophobia the fear of being out of cellular/mobile phone contact
  • Octophobia – the fear of the figure eight
  • Ommetaphobia – the fear of eyes
  • Osmophobia – the fear of smells
  • Optophobia – the fear of opening one’s eyes
  • Papaphobia – the fear of the Pope
  • Peladophobia – the fear of bald people
  • Phagophobia the fear of swallowing
  • Phobophobia – the fear of having a phobia
  • Scopophobia the fear of being looked at
  • Scuirophobia – the fear of squirrels
  • Siderophobia – the fear of stars
  • Somniphobia – the fear of sleep
  • Spectrophobia the fear of mirrors
  • Trichophobia the fear of loose hairs
  • Triskaidekaphobia the fear of the number 13
  • Xenophobia – the fear of strangers, foreigners or aliens

A Final Thought

And finally, spare a thought for those very select poor folks who suffer from Panophobia – which translates to those  who are perpetually and continuously afraid of EVERYTHING…..

Find The Hidden Images

What you originally see at first glance is not necessarily all there is to a picture — Sometimes there’s a lot more to see if you only take the time to examine them more carefully. So — with that thought in mind, take a good first or second look at the following images and discover what there really is — hidden deep within.

Enjoy & Good Luck 😛

Can You Find The Hidden Images In These Pictures?

“The Heart of The Matter” — Can you find 7 disguised heart-shaped objects in this drawing?

“Discovery Paradise” — Several animals and faces lie hidden throughout this incredible landscape — How many can you find and identify?

“Wolf Mountain” — In this dramatic scene, can you find 15 wolves?

“Ocean Rose” — Can you find the dolphin hidden within this rose?

“Purple Mountain” — Can you find and identify the various animals within this work of art?

“Horse Canyon” — In this beautiful work of art can you find all 14 horses?

“Deer Winter” — Can you locate all 11 deer hidden within this work of art?

“Dolphin Cove” — Swimming or hiding within this picture are 7 dophins — Can you find them all?

“The Puzzled Fox” — Hidden within this forest scene are several different spieces of animals — How many can you find and identify?

“Sounds of Music” — There is more music here than meets the eye. The statue on the left of this painting is obvious. But there is also another person playing music. Where is he, and what musical instrument is he playing ?

“Swan Lake” — In this tranquil setting of Swan Lake, there is actually music playing. Can you find all the members of the orchestra performing with their instruments?

“Serene Lake” — In this reflective and peaceful lake there are a couple of hidden people – Can you find them both?

Can you locate the hidden baby image within this picture of a young couple thinking what the future may hold?

“Dream Baby” — Can you find the hidden image of a baby within this picture of a young couple dreaming about what the future may bring?

“Facing The Deep” — Lots of scuba divers pictured here — some obvious — some not — Can you find the facial images of two of the divers within the depths of this photo?

“The Hidden Tiger” – Can you find the hidden tiger in this pic? This one may elude you if you don’t look carefully

“The Atlas Cow” — Can you find anything peculiar about this bovine?

“Animal Falls” — There are 15 animals hidden in this drawing – Can you find a deer, buffalo, possum, ape, fox, horse, dog, wolf, bear, eagle, turkey, bobcat, dinosaur, lamb, and raccoon?

“Face In A Beanstack” — Can you find the hidden human face in this pile of beans? — Time yourself — See if you can find it in under 10 seconds

“Dueling Images” — Look closely and you’ll find three impressive things about this drawing. On the left you see a hand that’s holding the page on which it’s drawn. At first glance it looks as if there is also a hand on the right, but when you look closer it’s a ballerina. Lastly, the legs of the ballerina are actually behind the page to give you the impression she is wearing the page as a skirt.

“Beach Party” — This one is from an actual ad campaign — It’s just for fun and makes you look twice! — There’s a lot happening here in this beach party scene — Lots of “suggestive” poses but if you look carefully enough, you’ll find that it’s perfectly innocent. Can you find all the precarious situations?

Sarcastic Burglar

Late one evening, a burglar broke into a house that he thought was empty. Tiptoeing through the living room he suddenly froze when he heard a loud voice say: “Jesus is watching you!”

Silence returned to the house once more, so the burglar crept forward again.

“Jesus is watching you,” the voice boomed again.

The burglar stopped dead in his tracks — startled and frightened — Frantically, he looked all around. Then in a dark corner, he spotted a bird cage — and in the cage happened to be a parrot.

He asked the parrot: “Was that you who said Jesus is watching me?”

“Yes”, said the parrot.

The burglar breathed a sigh of relief and asked the parrot, “What’s your name?”

“Clarence,” replied the bird.

“Well that’s a dumb name for a parrot,” sneered the burglar.

“What kind of idiot named you Clarence?”

The parrot answered, “Same idiot who named the Rottweiller Jesus.”

Songs For Easter

While there are plenty of songs ideally suited for Easter Mass and Easter Services at churches across the land, there are in reality, much fewer songs, other than young children’s music that relate to Easter in a non-religious format. For many Easter is a very spiritual time of year as it reflects the foundations that Christian religions are based on or the roots of many religious beliefs.

As always I try to focus on songs with Easter in the title, but this time, that list can be counted on both hands, as far as I’m aware of anyways. Your input would be very helpful in this matter if you’re aware of any I left out — with Easter — or a word that reflects Easter in the title.

The first section here reflects on those songs with Easter in the title as where the second section includes a sampling of the many Christian songs out there that are showcased in churches during Holy Week.

Songs With Easter In The Title

  1. Easter – The Prize Fighter Inferno
  2. Easter? – Jefferson Airplane
  3. Easter Parade – Bing Crosby, Judy Garland
  4. Easter Sunday – China Forbes
  5. East Nashville Easter – Yonder Mountain String Band
  6. Here Comes Peter Cottontail – Gene Autry
  7. On Easter Morning – GW Williams
  8. The Night Before Easter – The Gaithers
  9. Watermelon In Easter Hay – Frank Zappa

A Selection of Christian Songs For Easter

  1. Above All
  2. Amazing Grace
  3. Because He Lives
  4. Christ Arose
  5. Christ Is Risen Hallelujah!
  6. Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
  7. He’s Alive
  8. He Arose
  9. He’s Risen
  10. How Great Is Our God
  11. How Great Thou Art
  12. I Believe In A Hill Called Mount Calvary
  13. In Christ Alone
  14. Marvelous Light
  15. Morning Has Broken – Cat Stevens
  16. My Redeemer Lives
  17. My Savior, My God
  18. Oh Happy Day – Edwin Hawkins Singers
  19. On Easter Morning – GW Williams
  20. On The Third Day
  21. The Night Before Easter – The Gaithers
  22. The Old Rugged Cross
  23. The Resurrection Song
  24. Thief – Third Day
  25. Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) – Johnny Cash (personal favorite)

There are probably many more that can be added to this list — according to your personal preference as well as religious affiliation, but I simply wanted to give a sampling. As far as listing singers of these, I really have no clue on most of them as many were/are performed by choirs and independent artists.