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Looking for guest riders

Written by David Harry   
Tuesday, 13 January 2009 09:12

A chance to guest post on the Trail

Well, it’s been awhile since we had some fresh blood here on the Trail and I thought it was time to open up the doors once more. In the past we’ve had guest posters, chats and interviews with a wide rang of great peeps from the internet marketing world (see Guest Rider Round-Up).

Here are some of the fine folks we’ve had in the past;

Dave Snyder; SnyderSense
Steven Bradely; Van's SEO and Designs
James Duthie; Online Marketing Banter
Gab Goldenberg; SEO ROI
Jordan Kasteler; Utah SEO Pro  
Ann Smarty; SEO Smarty
Brian Chappell; SEO Blog
Samir Balwani; Left the Box
Brian Carter; Fuel Interactive
(dude who really needs to blog more) - Steve Gerencser

Chat’s and interviews

Bill Slawski SEO by the Sea
Jeff Quipp - SearchEnginePeople
Chris Winfield – 10e20
Brian Wallace – NowSourcing
Glen Allsopp – Viper Chill
Gennady Lager – Send Traffic
Jim Tobin – Ignite Social Media

And they were all just great to have around – it makes the Trail a better place to be...


So you wanna be a guest rider?

So how does this work you ask? Well it’s pretty easy, simply get in touch from here ( or hook up on Twitter ) so we can talk about what post ideas you might have. As long as it relates to internet marketing, it’s all good. It doesn’t have to be SEO and it doesn’t have to be technical. It can be geared towards professionals or something for the noobs. You see, having more diversity, in levels of expertise and types of content, will only make the place better. I am open to any and all ideas.

Comming soon we have an post from internet marketing blogger James Morris, a chat with analytics guru Marshall Sponder and an interview with's Joe Hall.

So what are you waiting for? Saddle up…and let’s ride!!



0 # Samir Balwani 2009-01-13 09:22
Writing for Dave is a lot of fun and he's a cool guy. (He's smart too) So definitely use the opportunity to pick his brain, and in the process write a guest post.
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0 # Dave 2009-01-14 11:58
That's it??? I mean I paid you some good money for that comment and that's all you came up with?

bwaaa hahaha haha
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0 # Gab Goldenberg 2009-01-16 13:34
Hey Dave,

how about a post contrasting learning from patent reading vs learning from observing others' techniques and current practices? think you'd like that as a guest post?
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0 # Dave 2009-01-16 14:12
Hey Gabs... sounds like a good one and yer always welcome here my Canadian cohort.

Definately do-able as search peeps often read too much into patents and patent analysis. Like anything, real world testing and common sense is required.
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