A few weeks ago I took advantage of the free offer from StomperNet and picked up Stomping the Search Engines 2 (STSE2). It’s put out by SEO extraordinaires Brad Fallon and Andy Jenkins who have built themselves multimillion dollar online businesses by ranking their sites in the top of search engine results.
I was a little skeptical at first, but hey, who can pass up free? The material finally arrived in the mail (yes, it’s a physical product) on Monday and I’ve been hooked on it ever since. It’s a two disc DVD series, featuring the first ‘Stomping the Search Engines’ which came out in 2004. The first DVD is a little outdated as far as the Internet goes, but it’s still very valuable in some respects.
Moving on to the latest version (STSE2), I’m overly impressed with just the first few modules I’ve listened to. Brad and Andy really hit home with this stuff and give some amazing tips and insight on how to boost your ranking. They go into the specifics of what a search engine actually looks for while visiting your site and how you can improve their visit. While the Google algorithm isn’t exactly known to anybody, StomperNet has a pretty good sense of how it works and they take advantage of that knowledge to help out their fellow ‘stompers’.
Also included with STSE2 is a 45-page glossy magazine called “The Net Effect”, which accompanies the modules and enforces the material you’ve just learned. It’s filled with tips and tricks from experts at StomperNet whose only goal is to make you succeed with your business. The first edition of this magazine was free and I’m almost done reading it. After the free copy, you’ll be charged $30 a month if you wish to continue receiving The Net Effect. I haven’t decided if I’ll continue that subscription, but I’m assuming I’ll at least wait for the second issue before I make up my mind.
Overall, I don’t think I’ve ever listened to or read better Internet marketing material solely based on search engine rankings and building your business. I’d also like to thank a very smart lady, Lynn Terry, for letting me know about StomperNet in the first place. She’s very trustworthy and only recommends the best material to her readers.
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