Tag: fix the google slap
I hope you appreciate my honesty when I tell you that once upon a time an actual company made me cry. What company was it? Well, it was Google, and the reason why is because I became a Google Slap victim. Luckily, I learned the error of my ways and I have written an entire […]
Posted: November 14th, 2008 under the google slap.
Tags: avoid the google slap, fix the google slap, google slap, google slap 2008, google slap tips, reverse the google slap, the google slap
So, you’ve been slapped by Google? Maybe you went a day or two being able to pay 20 or 30 cents per click, but now Google wants $1, $2, $5, or $10 for those same clicks? Well, back in the day the same thing happened to me. Luckily, I know exactly how to fix things, […]
Posted: November 9th, 2008 under the google slap.
Tags: avoid google slap, Daniel Pereira, fix the google slap, free google slap eBook, google adwords slap, google slap, google slapping, my google slap story, the google slap
This blog post tells the world how I got slapped by Google. Luckily, I was able to fight through things and fix them! This is a longer blog post than usual because this post represents a few pages out of my free eBook “How To Reverse The Google Slap For Free Google Traffic.” You can […]
Posted: November 8th, 2008 under the google slap.
Tags: Daniel Pereira, fix the google slap, free google slap eBook, google adwords slap, google slap, google slapping, my google slap story, the google slap
Here’s my free 69 page eBook: “How To Reverse The Google Slap For Free Google Traffic” http://www.thefreetrafficformula.com/ReverseGoogleSlap.pdf just right click and “save target as” in order to save this book to your computer… I did a bit of research in order to discover the different ways that people were affected by the Google Slap. A […]
O.K., so this whole Google Slap phenomenon has turned into a big ticket problem for internet advertisers across the web. The great news is that there are easy ways to fix this slap, but other internet marketers want you to believe that there are complex and difficult ways that you need to implement in order […]