Blog Wars 2: A New Hope

by on August 20, 2010 | posted in SEO Theory

So this blog is about to change. I’ve been less active in the last few weeks for multiple reasons, none of which have had to do with my actual desire to write. But I’ve come to realize, as seemingly all bloggers do, that I am not inherently satisfied “just writing”.

As a marketer, it is pretty disheartening writing like I know what I’m talking about while at the same time, completely avoiding one of the marketing pillars – having a target audience. My audience was everyone who works on the internet. While ambitious, it’s not realistic – and also, although I feel rather confident about my rounded skillset, my expertise is in one spot, my area of experience – SEO.

So, yes, this is that blog post. Here forth, this will be a blog with an emphasis on SEO, with internet marketing tidbits that inform it to round it out.  If that completely eliminates you from my readership, I’m sorry, and thanks for reading. For those who stick around, I say thank you, and I hope I can help provide solid, informative, entertaining SEO content – something that is often sorely lacking in the space.

  • David Crandall

    I’m still in! :)

    I’m impressed that you’ve decided to focus at the risk of losing readers. I think your decision to focus specifically is going to be awesome though! I’m really looking forward to seeing what comes of this.

    Congrats, buddy. I think you just moved up a level.

    • Ross Hudgens

      Thanks, David. Always happy to have you on my “team”!

  • Supriya


    I just love your blog and the links you share on Twitter. I’ll be eagerly waiting for your posts on SEO since I am interested in that area too but I have been kind of lost in knowing where to begin, given the zillion sources and tips on the internet. All the best dude!. You rock :-)

    • Ross Hudgens

      Thank you Supriya! Hopefully I can help. I’m going to attempt to show my expertise so there might not be too many “beginners guides” I create. I’ll do my best to make it accessible, though. Let me know if you ever have any questions!

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