Humor about SEO

 

 

Some humor to take away your daily SEO stress.

 

I found these at many different places. So it is difficult to mention all the sources where I have found them (it would look like a spammy link page). And sometimes it is very difficult to determine where the original source was. Only strict copyright protected material will be mentioned by the source.

 

So have a break when:

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Your son tells you he wants to go play in the sandbox, you tell him it doesn't exist.
And if he does play in it you’re afraid you won’t see him for the next 8 months.

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When your child asks you to explain the myth of Sisyphus, you tell her about the DMOZ submission process.

 

Some quotes:

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SEO insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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Do not worry about your difficulties in SEO. I can assure you mine are still greater.(original from Albert Einstein)

 

The Perfect Launch

Source: imbitchin.com

 

 

Without words...

 

 

And this is the main reason why Firefox is my favorite browser!
(found in Google images)

Sexy browser

 

 

White hat / black hat SEO

white hat - black hat SEO

Want to see more comics like this, go to: SEO Comic

 

That's why I listen to Aaron Wall first....

Aaron Wall knows what paid links are

 

 

 

 

Adsense humor

 

 

Matt Cutt blogging about his cat

 

According to Neilsen metrics, 99% of the blogosphere is comprised of “cat” posts. This trend began five years ago, when crankygeek John C. Dvorak (inventor of the Dvorak Mouse) issued a challenge to the kitty-loving world.

Within months, blog search indexes like Technoerrati and BlogDagger were flooded with meowy messages and faux feline fansites. Cat bloggers look up to one industry puppet in particular: Henrietta Pussycat. Says Henrietta about the Neilsen number:

Meow meow meow happy, meow. Meow screwed meow meow meow meow meow. Bastards meow meow meow. Meow meow meow moew meow meow spam meow.

In an effort to curb growth of this virtual litter box, Google has begun blacklisting bloggers who have [at one time] published posts about their cat.

 

Next generation link exchange

For me this is humor too :-)

Found it on Matt's blog

Next generation of link exchange?

 

 

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