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    Default I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    Hello and thanks for taking a look.

    I have been a member on here for a while and, hopefully, a solid contributor. Sadly my mom has dementia and can not process much information at this point but she loves coming to my office and helping. Plus I provide her lunch

    I'm looking for some ideas for SEO that she can do. I have had her follow people on twitter, copy and paste lead list for me from manta, and like pages on facebook. I tried to get her to manually post blog comments with spun content but the verifications at the bottom mess her up sometimes because they are all slightly different and she gets confused and frustrated.

    What are some very easy SEO tactics that she could manually do that are very repetative and easy? Any and all ideas are welcome. Thanks in advance




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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    I thought using scrapebox you can filter and get blogs without captchas? also you could put her to play games. Games are good for older folks with dementia. Keeps their brain active.

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    So I could get a scrape box list that had blogs with just the fields: Name, Email, Comment, submit?

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    i think you have to use one of the addons to do it like maybe the blog analyzer. its been a couple years so i'm a bit foggy on it. but i'm pretty sure it can be done.

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    You could make her post spun comments on Facebook, twitter, and Tumbler pages as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prankitproduction View Post
    You could make her post spun comments on Facebook, twitter, and Tumbler pages as well.
    Thanks. Please explain a little more on your idea. Have her post comments with links and that kind of thing? Or updates?

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    well this is not really SEO, but social promotion,

    Set up a good tumblr account make your page look nice and link it to your site, then you can have her just brows tumblr, find related stuff, like, re-blog etc. build up a following.

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    Start a blog, ask her to write, enjoy her company

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    How about this...

    Don't have your elderly mother with dementia do your bitch work?

    This is seriously fucked.

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    You know someone with dementia, George?

    The OP says she loves coming to the office and helping out. It isn't grunt work to her, it is a lifeline.

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    Furious George,

    I lot of elderly people want to still feel like they are useful, and they need something to occupy their time. My grandfather could hardly get around and he had cancer yet he still insisted on driving a damn tractor and combine.

    My dad is retired, has a pacemaker, and lupus, and he goes insane sitting at home all day with nothing to do. He can't do much physical activity because of the lupus and because it's attacked his heart. I can guarantee you if there was something he could be doing to occupy his time that he would enjoy he would be doing it.

    If the OP had "bitch work" that needed done, I am sure he'd have someone already doing it. He's asking for something to give her to do to keep her occupied.

    Reminds me of this.

    http://youtu.be/3dluAhOU1cA?t=1m4s

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    Thank you to the two people who spoke up. George you are an ignorant little F*CK and people like you make me sick.

    My poor mother sits at home all day because she can not communicate well with the outside world. Instead of having her sit in front of the F*CKING TV for 12 hours a day I'm looking for activities to stimulate her mind. You might want to look into stimulating your mind. I don't give a SH*T how many posts you have. Think before you type something you dumb F*CK. You think I would have my poor mother sit around and do bitch work. Trust me she would much rather be out running the company that she use to own, but can no longer work at because of her condition. I'm SERIOUSLY SO PISSED about your ignorant comment.

    If you were at all a decent person, who maybe miss spoke because of your ignorance and lack of education on the topic of dementia you would delete your comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptinAmerica View Post
    Thank you to the two people who spoke up. George you are an ignorant little F*CK and people like you make me sick.

    My poor mother sits at home all day because she can not communicate well with the outside world. Instead of having her sit in front of the F*CKING TV for 12 hours a day I'm looking for activities to stimulate her mind. You might want to look into stimulating your mind. I don't give a SH*T how many posts you have. Think before you type something you dumb F*CK. You think I would have my poor mother sit around and do bitch work. Trust me she would much rather be out running the company that she use to own, but can no longer work at because of her condition. I'm SERIOUSLY SO PISSED about your ignorant comment.

    If you were at all a decent person, who maybe miss spoke because of your ignorance and lack of education on the topic of dementia you would delete your comment.

    My great-grandmother had dementia. Please, save your "You don't know what you're talking about comments for someone else".

    I think it's sick. You're a sick fuck.

    The guy who whores out his mom is mad at me?

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    Plain and simple.....

    You are trying to profit from your elderly mother who has a very serious mental disease.

    I think it's fucked up.

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    there is no profit needed to be made. Some simple tasks that make her feel useful.

    George you are an absolute dumb fuck. Thanks for ruining what I was trying to make a nice thread to find some activities for my sick mother to do.

    What a complete jerk off

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    George, you don't know how serious the dementia is. Unless you do, you can't really make any judgments on what his mom can and can't do.

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    start a health forum and make her admin the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadtokan View Post
    George, you don't know how serious the dementia is. Unless you do, you can't really make any judgments on what his mom can and can't do.
    My great-grandmother had dementia. Thanks for your input.

    I'm not judging what his mother can and cannot do.

    I'm judging him for attempting to profit from an elderly woman with a serious mental disease.


    Maybe if this works out, next he could go to retirement community and put all of those sick people to work too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhn2001 View Post
    start a health forum and make her admin the forum
    Sadly much much to difficult. She can do stuff like copy paste over and over. Hit the like or follow button. Sadly when I say simple I mean very simple, because she can not comprehend reading any longer. I did not think about setting her up with a pinterest or tumblr account and just have her click around. She would really enjoy the pictures and any videos.\

    She owned an antique store for 15 years, up until about 5 years ago and had to sell it to her partner because she would just get to confused. She has always been a harder work and still wants to work. The actual condition she has is PPA. It's like Alzheimer, but you actually know that you are losing you mind. Hardest thing I have ever had to watch, and people like George are..... well I'm not going to get back into it.

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    Get her started on pinterest. Women love that site and she'll be able to interact with others.

    Link some of the images to your MFA/affiliate websites.


    Alternative suggestion: have her solve captchas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffy View Post
    Alternative suggestion: have her solve captchas
    LOL that made me laugh, now that is bitch work

    Thanks for the other suggestions!

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    Default Re: I need some very easy repetitive SEO tactics for someone with dementia

    Its hard to judge whether this is unethical or not.

    Imagine someone with slight mental problems who is working in a charity shop for FREE, trying to gain some work experience to hopefully gain full employment some day. Some people look from the outside would say this person is being exploited because of their mental illness.

    Imagine the same person with slight mental problems who is working in a charity shop and being paid the going rate for such a job. Would people still say this person is being exploited because of their mental illness?

    Anyway how do you know that Captain America doesn't treat his mum to something as a reward for her hard work?

    You need to look at and know about the full situation before calling people names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackSparrow View Post
    Anyway how do you know that Captain America doesn't treat his mum to something as a reward for her hard work?

    You need to look at and know about the full situation before calling people names.
    Luckily I own my own company, and have an office, live close enough, and have the ability to have her come in and help out. I have plenty of other people that can do this work or any other work for that matter. My dad works all day and does not always have time to be with her. I take her to lunch, make her coffee/ tea and she generally enjoys being there. She is nearing the point of needing a full time care taker and hopefully by getting her out and having her still be somewhat independent I can prolong her need for a full time assistant. There is just no need to say things like George said because, you do not know someones situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptinAmerica View Post
    ....She is nearing the point of needing a full time care taker ...
    ....and your thought is "how can she increase my productivity?"

    it's fucked up

    maybe when she does need full time care, at a retirement home for example... all of the other residents could do your simple repetitive tasks as well

    Hey, I actually think you're onto something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furious George View Post
    Plain and simple.....

    You are trying to profit from your elderly mother who has a very serious mental disease.

    I think it's fucked up.
    You left out "imaginary".

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    great

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    I can't really come on something else, than the items you metioned in your thread. So you let her do that. Maybe if her condition allow it, she can do something active on the office, like cleaning it. Clean desktops when the employees on the office going to launch, and generelt help where you can get her into a routine.

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    I know this is a "black hat" forum, but this just seems wrong.

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    If she comes to his office without him asking, and asks for things to do, then it's not messed up. People like to feel involved and getting her involved with internet related tasks might possibly be the easiest thing she can do for him. Would you rather him tell her to go home? It sounds like she wants to do this.

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    The people that are posting about "how it's wrong", I hope never have to have someone with PPA in their lives. It's a devastating diseases and is awful to watch a loved one suffer with.

    So the other day I had her just clicking around inside a Stumble Upon account. I just told her to click the thumbs up if she liked the page and thumbs down if she did not. Nothing to do with SEO or collecting leads. Just to give her someone new and different to do. First words out of her mouth where, are you going to be sending this to someone so you can make some money.

    Thanks for all that left positive comments.

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    personally I think that george started out not understanding you and now all he does is try to stand his grounds I get you captain, I sure do.. what I would suggest you to do is this: let her do whatever she loves doing, say that it helps you regardless of what she does, but don`t think about what she could do for you, think of what she could do to have fun. And still make her coffee, that`s ok :P


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