TMBA 142 (LBP126) – Gaming Google Search Results – What’s Working and What’s Getting Killed

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After the first annual Dynamite Circle DCBKK Conference in Bangkok, Dan and Ian blew it out Bangkok-style. But first, they sat down with SEO guru Travis Jamison from Supremacy SEO to discuss some of the latest Google algorithm updates and how Travis is adjusting.

DCers are getting value bombs dropped on them at the first annual DCBKK in Bangkok

Lots of site owners have been left scrambling after the Google Penguin updates and refereshes over the past
months, not to mention the Exact Match Domain update that rolled out a few weeks ago. While the rest of the world screams “SEO is Dead,” Travis reveals how he’s still crushing it with top rankings.

Advanced SEO Tactics for Gaming Google Post-Penguin

  • How to build links so they slip through the Google algorithm spam filter
  • What types of tactics are gone for good
  • Likely targets for the next Google algorithm update (but that are still working)
  • The SEO quick-wins you can see results from right away
  • How to recover the link juice from your penguinized sites and filter it for killer SEO power


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Episode length: 34:25


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Published on 10.25.12
  • Hi Guys,
    Thanks for the mention of KnowEm. We have worked hard on the product to make sure it is a corner stone of anyone’s online reputation management. Subscribe to our blog or follow us on twitter @KnowEm – we have a great new product launching very shortly.

  • Supremacy SEO is showing malware!

  • My guess is that Travis has a vulnerable version of timthumb (that’s how most everyone using WP gets hacked).


    Let me know if you need help cleaning out your site.

  • same here

  • Dan

    Thanks Matt, you’re a freakin’ boss man. I think Travis’ site is probably down b/c the LBP is linking to it. We are some shady mo-fos ’round here.

  • Dan

    Cheers Michael thanks for a great product!

  • 17.5% conversion rate… not bad. ;-)

  • Dan

    haha that’s it!!! :D

  • Thanks for the shout-out guys. Nice podcast.

  • Thanks for the heads up. Malware is gone, just getting it resubmitted to google now to get the green light. Also, Big thanks Matt!

  • Thank you for making it easy for me

  • Please, record these podcasts a little bit louder. I don’t know if I’m the only one having this problem, but I can hardly hear the LBP when I’m outside because the sound is very low. It doesn’t happen with other podcasts.

  • Dan

    Noted on that Cristina, appreciate the heads up… we are going to fix this episode and try not to let it happen again.

  • Dan

    Thanks man, you’re next. Let’s sit down with a coffee and a plan. I’ve got an idea….

  • I had that same tim thumb vulnerability before. Switched to WP engine so now they deal with all of that bs.

  • Thanks Dan!

  • Dan

    FYI this episode should be fixed now. Sorry about that.

  • Frank Bonetti

    Very timely episode. I just launched my new niche directory website (built with Ruby on Rails) and I’ve been researching a lot of different SEO tactics. It’s not much to look at right now but you can check it out at:

    I’m a total SEO noob, but I get the feeling that good content and organic traffic will always trump the more “black hat” methods.

  • Nice mention mate! Definitely a good referral from you! ;0)

  • Thanks for the mention Dan! Good to know our constant rehearsing paid off. Looking forward to BKK next year.

  • What’s the primary way Travis generates revenue on these niche sites? Adsense? Affiliate?

  • Dan

    Cheers! It was awesome :)

  • Dan

    Travis manufactures his own products.

  • Dan

    Agreed Frank, this stuff isn’t worth touching if you are just getting started with a new site or a long term brand. I”m working on an episode right now called “THE ONLY SEO STRATEGY THAT ALWAYS WORKS!!!” :D and i’ll outline my major wins over the last 5 years and how it’s always with the same strategy (in a nutshell, consistent and keyword focused content proliferation).

  • Andy

    Content is always king – and if the content is good, I have always figured the links in it will be good. Consistent efforts do seem to pay off, but making sure your name is yours is key. Know’em is good; we also have a site that we started not long ago,, and we try to make it easier and less expensive than some of the other name checking and registration sites for social media. great blog, keep up the good work!

  • so black hat methods are not good, better content and lots of followers would that be the best solution ?

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