Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by FabioSelau, Dec 5, 2018.
What people who understand SEO do you most admire?
OP: Neil Patel
I personally don't like Neil Patel. He sometimes has some good info but that's it.
Brian Dean is ok I think. Really good stuff on his blog.
What is with all the Neil Patel shit?
Anything they share is outdated (mostly) and they are continually upsetting which is fine but that is what their posts are all about.
Personally, I have learnt a LOT MORE on BHW then on any of the so called guru sites.
There is gold in them thar hills! You just got to dig. And no, not diggity, he is just annoying...
BTW, this Neil Patel who always saying, go white hat, go white hat, invest in useful super content and that shit. Back to days. Himself said that once he bought theme license from it's developer to place the developer link in the footer with his own affiliate website to rank for "Web Hosting" keyword and ranked already for the fourth position for that keyword. And resulting in Generating 100k monthly in affiliate commissions.
The lesson here: Don't get crazy by those fucking slogans they are exporting in their high-ticket talks to inspire newbies. Those shitty gurus, the black hat techniques were born from their womb. Right after they have the capital to buy brandable domains, outsource developers, content writers and all that shitload of a fancy and expensive investment. So no doubt they can trick you they started from the ground level
Yeah they are pretty upsetting!
Leith, lightningblitz, there’s a lot more on my bookmarks somewhere I’ll havw to find.
Franklin Hatchett and IncomeSchool.
Fuck all Guru's
upsetting = upselling
But both work equally well
I swear to god if I hear the word guru related to a profession one more time I'm going to puke my fucking brains out.
Need a sharp stick or do you have one handy?
I find more value and information in BHW posts...even in beginner journey threads there is more info than a $500 course.
I think "education" is a great money maker though - for any and every field. It's probably the easiest way to make money in any topic. Study a bit, pretend you know it all, build a course by just rewording a bunch of shit on your first Google search, sell the dream. You can easily do this for any topic without being an expert because 90% of the people that will buy a course are not looking to actually put in the work and time to succeed in whatever field they are "studying". They are simply buying the dream.
I hope to be a "guru" if all my other ventures fail.
the only one who looks like a guru and really knows what he is talking about is Ralph Tegtmeier aka fantomaster.
Yeah. This thread reeks of shillin.
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