First and foremost, I think it’s rightously important to start this post off by telling all of you folks where I have been and what’s going on with me and RxSEO. As for RxSEO, well it is still here and always will be. I know all too well that our competitors wish we would have left and never came back, but that isn’t the case and is far from the truth. We’re not only back, but we’re back with a real vengance and stronger than ever.
I believe in taking time away from our work, a couple of times a year, for a couple of weeks at a time. This isn’t only impossible for some of you, but is obserd for many. Let me just say that it’s the most powerful assett I’ve ever become aquainted with throughout my fond journey in life and work. Taking that kind of time away allows you to get away from what your doing and allos you to rest. More importantly time away allows you to reset your mind. When you take that time away, upon return, you have a much clearer picture of things and are able to do what you do and love, so much more better.
Although I love what I do, we all need time away from things. My experience as an Search Optimizer (SEO) is thorough. It seems the more time I take away from the office, the more I see things from a different light. Giving me an upper hand on things, and allowing me a much further reach than that of my competitors.
It’s true, I’m well known as a man who speaks his mind and I don’t see that ever changing. Surely not anytime soon or in the near future. I love blogging, just as much as I enjoy providing results for my clients. I’ve been gone from the office for about 2-3 months. I’ve gotten a ton of emails during this time period from clients and those just wondering what happened to me, and I didn’t get an opportunity to answer all of those emails and would just like to clear the air, letting everyone know what’s up, all at the same time. Makes since, rather than me sending our all those unique emails.
I took time off. Simple as that. No I didn’t die. No I didn’t quit. No I’m not mad at anyone and no, I’m not becoming a Monk and moving to China! Truth is, I needed time off. Throughout all the years I’ve been here doing what I do best within the Search world, I’ve never even taken a vacation. I needed one. Seems I now have Diabetes. Working behind a computer all your life, or even for months on end, for that matter, can be a really unhealthy process.
I’m ok though, I’m not going to die. I’m going to start taking time away from the computer for lunch, etc daily, instead of sitting here 14 hours a day, and eating at the desk. Changes will take place, but for the most part a lot will remain the same as it always was.
I have tons of new plans! To mention a few – I have a lot in store for RxSEO. I also have 2 new start-ups in mind. RxSEO will remain my baby and will always remain number 1. I have basically the same blogging goals in mind, with a new take on my writing. You guys will receive tons of volume and quality on a daily basis, just as always. Where the hell did all the content go that was here on RxSEO? It’s gone..Where did it go to ? Well, just so happens my hosting company, for some ungodly reason didn’t apprive one of my payments somewhere around December 18th and they done away with all my files. I got all new computers for the Holidays and I don’t just go ariund keeping copies of websites in my wallet. They’re gone. I couldn’t locate a copy anywhere. What the hell else was I to do but start over?
It’s not like starting over when you look at things like I do though. I look at things like this; all of my experience is within me and my domain names are all still available. Suppose it’s a damn good thing that Godaddy just doesn’t go around throwing their clients things away, if they did then we would all be in trouble. I figured I’d just come to my favorite place (here) and get a jump on things. There’s things I planned to do differently anyways, and hell what better way to “start over” ?
I will miss the post count, the archives and more importantly the traffic and regular income that the traffic drove to me, but…well it’s gone. I have to start it over. It kinda interest’s me to start over, just to see if it all goes the same way, when following strict guidelines.
I ask that those of you who are serious followers of RxSEO to please stay commited to RxSEO and help me by doing all you guys can to show some support. Share our content and continue to be yourself. Without you guys we could have never done what we once did. Let’s do it again! Shall we?
By the way, I’m really glad to be back. I missed blogging and bringing fresh to the table. I even missed talking shit to those big fake ass companies. You guys know who I’m talking about. I’ll be sure to try and rewrite some of the older post, if there’s any that some of you might have in mind, please use the comments section to mention a old post that you would like to see me rewrite. I would be more than happy to try and provide you with what you want.
I’m now offering full services. This is my secondary business, though I’m now going to attempt to give it more attention and provide each and everyone of you with what you want. Need a website created or need something done to your existing one, then let me know. That’s exactly what I’m here for. Own a business, but need more advertising and promotion done, then you’re in the right place.