27 Feb '15, 2pm

How I Lost My Clients Their #1 Ranking And Their Profits Exploded Overnight!

But that wasn’t the last time we would be vindicated. With the competitor gone, BatteryStuff’s new owner wanted to be #1. Yeah, we know. The problem was, at least the way we saw it, that the company had about a 2-year backlog of recommendations that were not being done. We were dutifully optimizing content and building links, but the web developer wasn’t actively working on the architectural recommendations we’ve been requesting.

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