Archive for July, 2011
Well after that long week of adding new vacuum cleaner reviews, and blogging about them every day I had a week where I was at the top of the reef! Uh… okay so I’ve been reading Connor’s favorite story book based on “A Shark Tale” way too much lately Anyways, the big G allowed me back in the top 10 for “Vacuum Cleaner Reviews” for 4 days… in those 4 days I made over $100 which is inspiring to keep working and make more money! Only it lasted for exactly 4 days then disappeared… So what I’ve determined is that the only thing I know for sure on the internet is that the big G’s algorithms are obviously based off of a pregnant womans mood swings… because I don’t understand them at all. It’s all like “Oh you’re so sweet and nice, and better than these other guys, here go to the top of the list… WAIT… YOU!!! I remember you, you’re that site that did that one thing that one time 3 years ago!!!” then it’s back down to the bottom. However I have seen some minor promise in the vacuum cleaner reviews business… so I’m gonna try some stuff again… maybe if I can get the motivation I’ll toss up a few more reviews. I was also considering making an uber review site. Instead of trying to make tons of individual sites for different types of reviews I could make one site, and slowly go through the different types of reviews adding categories and what not for them as I go. It’s just an idea I haven’t even cornered the vacuum cleaner reviews stuff yet… so we’ll see how this goes and maybe one day we’ll get back to the top of the reef and get the vacuum cleaners reviews message out there! I just laugh at the big G who claims to be clearing out all the junk, but yet, my only competitors are JUNK sites and they’re at the top… guess the big G only likes those who spend lots of money with them… well that’s obvious their algorithms are so screwed if you’re not paying for their ads you’re nothing. One day I may do so and get the vacuum cleaner reviews business completely cornered but before then we gotta do this naturally to inspire and fund me to actually buy something.
A lot of people looking for vacuum cleaner reviews are really just looking for the best rated vacuum cleaners. I mean seriously who wants to get the worst rated vacuum cleaner? Well apparently there are a number of people who do because Dirt Devil and Shark are some of the top searched for vacuum cleaners… just below Hoover and Dyson actually which is kind of funny how you really need to be on one end of the spectrum or the other to get attention. Nobody wants the middle of the road vacuum cleaner they either want the cheapest worst ones or the most expensive best ones. That’s why I have the best vacuum cleaner reviews separated out from the pack. So that people can quickly and easily find the best vacuum cleaners on the market. I spent the day yesterday promoting my vacuum cleaner reviews on over 100 blogs of mine, and now today I’m doing the same thing for the section of just the best vacuum cleaner reviews. I’m doing this because when we are honest with ourselves most people who are searching for vacuum cleaner reviews really only want the best reviews, though, some want to know about the specific vacuum cleaner that they have purchased, or are getting ready to purchase to make themselves feel good about spending so much money on a vacuum cleaner. I have a large number of those reviews as well. It’s sort of my niche market right now, while many only give you the reviews for what will make them the most money I give you as many vacuum cleaner reviews as possible covering the best to the worst so that you can go into your vacuum cleaner purchase informed and ready to make that big purchase.
My entire world has been turned upside down by a very simple idea. The idea is that of vacuum cleaner reviews. I’ve never been so enthralled by what you can achieve simply by giving honest information on the vacuum cleaner of the modern age. Never before have I seen so many people flocking to check out the vacuum cleaner reviews before they make their vacuum cleaner purchases. I was surprised at first at how many people were looking for vacuum cleaner reviews, but then I realized that it made completely perfect sense. The vacuum cleaner industry is in complete disarray and people don’t know where the gimmicks end and the true vacuum cleaner quality begins. So I’ve started this little vacuum cleaner review site to help people make up their minds.
Guest Blog by: Frank J.
If you have been thinking about lap band surgery to lose weight and get fit again, you may want to know what to expect after surgery. Knowing the process you will go through will give you an idea of what you will experience so you will not be afraid or concerned about anything.
Once finished surgery, most patients spend about an hour in the recovery room. When moved to your own hospital room, you will need to try sitting up and walking a little. You will not have a catheter in your bladder so you will need to make sure that you can get up and use the toilet when needed. You will not have to worry about having any tubes stuck in your nose either. There is no need to worry about a long hospital stay as they normally release you within 24 hours after your surgery.
Once you are home, you can still walk around and do things as normal. You will be required to wait 24 hours before you can shower. You will be instructed to schedule an appointment with your doctor for about one week after your surgery so the doctor can make sure everything has been successful and you are healing as expected. For most patients who have had adjustable band surgery in St. Louis, can be back to work again within a week to ten days. The lap band surgery generally improves overall well being.
I know a lot of people who wear eye glasses, so this is relevant information to a lot of my readers. Okay, first off I must admit that I was skeptical of Zenni Optical at first… I mean could the really provide the quality that I was used to in glasses at the prices they have listed? It seemed too good to be true…
But for $7 and a great looking stainless steel frame set like this I figured I couldn’t go wrong, even if they turned out bad it was only $7 better than paying $200 to find that I had made the wrong decision. So I hopped on the Zenni Optical website, picked out the frames I wanted (pictured above) and placed my order for their affodable prescription eyeglasses. A few days later I had received the package containing my eyeglasses. When I opened the package I was pleasantly surprised. They were a hefty, very sturdy frame set made from stainless steel. I’ve seen designer frames at my old eyeglass store that looked worse, felt cheaper, and didn’t hold up to my daily rigorous abuse. It’s now been several months since I placed my order, and I am pleased to say that they are holding up great! So what are you waiting for? Place your order and Share your Zenni story on the Zenni blog!
If you were looking for a swimming pool builder in Utah boy almighty do I have a great deal for you! I’ve recently found (even though I live in Kansas City, Missouri seem kind of suspicious to you? Nah! Doesn’t to me either) the greatest swimming pool builders utah wait… swimming pool builders utah? that doesn’t even make sense, and there is no capitalization of “utah” for real? The shift key is literally a 1/8 inch travel for your pinky finger and you couldn’t make that trip, I mean it’s as bad as utah swimming pool installation where once again you couldn’t make the 1/8 inch trip to capitalize Utah? I understand you’re trying to get people in Utah to find your website to get their pools installed or built. But come on, how am I supposed to create a quality post that people read and follow to your site if you won’t even help me out by using proper sentence structure and capitalization in your links? And I can’t change it, it wouldn’t make it through the system if I modified it to be correct. By the way this is a paid post for SwimDeepBlue.com where they must install pools real good like because they don’t use proper sentence structure or capitalization in their links!
It has been my experience that once you start to dwindle in traffic it’s best to take a step back and let the search engines do their job. I’ve added over 20 something reviews in the last week to YourVacuumGuy.com and originally was having amazing success in doing so! Especially with the blogging effort that went along with that. But now things have slowed way down! Originally I thought it was because of the 4th of July, so I kept going thinking things would pick up after the holiday, but now 2 days later traffic continues to drop. So I’m taking a step back, saving the hundred or so Amazon.com vacuum cleaner pages that I have open as bookmarks and going to come back to do the same thing here in 3 months after the search engines have thoroughly spidered the website and all the other websites attached. Once the backlinks are solidly established and traffic starts coming back in about 3 months I’ll add 20 to 30 new reviews blogging about them yet again to let the SE’s pick up traffic during the Holiday shopping season. Then do it yet again for the Spring Cleaning season… heck I think the major off season of the summer and how much traffic I was able to pick up during a slow time should be a testament to how effective this technique can be. Just imagine how things will go down once we have this campaign solidified and I begin the next campaign again during a peak season? Since my competition in the vacuum cleaner reviews world haven’t updated their websites in the 3 years that I’ve been doing this I think I can leap past them with a bit of a sneak attack
For now I’m going to work on something that I’ve wanted to work on for years now that I’ve got more experience in Blender I can start that process better, and also with a better grip on CakePHP I think the A2562 may become a reality soon… I was wanting to do something with the AgapeBeacon site… but I don’t even know where to go with that I’ve got so many ideas and they are so scattered. I will definitely get to work on it at some point, the original goal was to use A2562 to learn some major skill sets in Blender and CakePHP so that I could make AgapeBeacon awesome… so for now I’m sticking to that plan hopefully I can get a bit of a crew together with A2562 also so I won’t be working alone on AgapeBeacon I think that’s my biggest set back… I never have backup on these sites, even the ones that I start with someone else (Jordan, my dad) they always back out from the plan before we make it to anything. Wouldn’t mind starting a joint venture with Jordan, but he’d have to stick with it for once…
I have decided that Eureka is my favorite low-mid range of vacuum cleaners. They have innovative products that go beyond the usual hype and generic frame set… Honestly don’t know that they perform any better than your average vacuum cleaner. What they do that I love is give me products that I can write a real review about and come up with creative things to say like the Eureka 71B EZ Kleen Hand-Held Vacuum Cleaner Review I usually spend all of my time bashing hand held vacuum cleaners because they offer nothing more than some hype and marketing catch phrases to work with. This little sucker gives me at least 5 distinct features that separate it from the usual shenanigans of hand held vacuum cleaners. And that’s just what I’ve gotten from looking at the picture… then I get to add a few of my usual complaints about hand held vacuum cleaners and I haven’t even read the “features” list which generally gives me another paragraph to write. This will easily be a 1,000 word review, which believe it or not makes me happy… great content for the site, great selling point, and a vacuum cleaner that I can point to for all of my hand held vacuum cleaners from here on out (leading to more page views, and more sales with Amazon Affiliates).
Oreck is great too for the same reasons… Beyond those two they’re all pretty freakin’ boring. Miele sells the same vacuum cleaner over, and over, and over again one for $550 it’s blue. Then they paint it “melon yellow” add an LED light bar and resell THE EXACT SAME MACHINE for $750… oh, then they switch it up and add a HEPA filter paint it white and sell it for $800 then if you really want the best possible Miele they take their white one paint it red give you an extra crevice tool for cleaning keyboards and blinds and sell it to you for $950. You think I’m exaggerating? No seriously do some research all of their models use the exact same engines, basically everything is the same except the few differences that I pointed out between their low end model and their top of the line model you pay $400 for an LED light bar, HEPA filter, and a crevice tool… oh, and a different paint color, that I’ve heard chips off if you bump anything hard enough to bend the plastic.
Hoover and Dyson seem to be in a competition to see who can create the most bland machine possible. They use each others designs so that you see not one, or two, but ten or so “models” of the same vacuum cleaner with varying price ranges and attachments that accompany them, oh and cord lengths.
Bissell and Electrolux seem to be in competition to create the UGLIEST machines possible. And they can’t decide if they want to compete with Dirt Devil and Shark for the worst vacuum cleaners possible, or if they want to fight for the mid range vacuum cleaner spot against Hoover and Dyson. One minute I’m reviewing a $40 Bissell that looks as though you may be lucky to even get it home without breaking it, the next they’ve got a $500 machine that has the same core design aspects as Hoover and Dyson with a little Bissell ugly flare thrown in to mask some of the more generic parts of the vacuum cleaner.
So yeah… as a reviewer that is why Eureka and Oreck top my list of favorite vacuum cleaners to add to the site. Don’t get me wrong, if I were trying to do something other than make money with the site… if every “review” wasn’t just a sales pitch in disguise I would point everyone to the Kirby website to save money. It may sound ridiculous that a $1,500 machine would save money, but think about it for a minute. The average lifespan of a modern Hoover or a Dyson is 2 years… that’s $400 every 2 years. Now if you want to throw in a carpet scrubber that’s another $250. A Kirby will last you 100 years without breaking a sweat… but lets be nice to the other vacuum cleaners and say you treat your Kirby REALLY badly and give it a very short life span of 20 years. That’s $4,000 just for vacuum cleaners (that uh… BTW don’t do as good of a job cleaning the carpet so you need to buy a new carpet scrubber once every 5 years since you don’t use it that frequently) $5,000 if you go the traditional route of cheap POS vacuum cleaner and cheap POS carpet scrubber keeping it alive as long as you can. Or you can go the route of $1,500 for a vacuum cleaner that when abused to death will only last you 20 years. Unfortunately there is no money in Kirby’s for me on the website. I’m trying to point people to Amazon.com to buy their vacuum cleaners where I get 4% of the action (unless I sell 7 items in the month then I get 6%). So you go right on ahead and follow the usual route of buying 2-3 Sharks or Dirt Devil’s at $50 a piece… then when you realize that they barely last 3 months and their warranty is crap go get yourself a Hoover or a Dyson that will last you 2ish years, you’ll love it I promise… oh and make sure to hit up the links on my site before each purchase… shoot man that’s a good $20 every 2 years for me!
And with that I think I’m going to stick with just the one review for the day. After doing 7 yesterday I think it’s about time that I got an easy day.
Alright, so I wrote 7 reviews today… yeah my hands ACHE like mad, and my brain is complete mush… despite the extreme usage of caffeine. I’m hoping that I can one day get my dad to take over as the reviewer on the site, split profits for him. That was the ORIGINAL plan, but he’s lost interest in the vacuum cleaner industry, and I do not blame him for that. I do think that the website has great potential, and I intend to bring that out, hopefully by December I’d like to see $1,000 a month roll in. Wouldn’t that be just absolutely delicious? There is still a great deal of work to be done before that point will arrive… I’ve doubled the amount of reviews on the site already, but if I expect to see the kind of money come in that will help me to move on and do some other sites I’ve got to keep going and triple what I’ve already got. I expect that my vacuum cleaner reviews empire will see some major growth once I hit 150 reviews with a big back link campaign. Speaking of linking campaign… no I am not going to link to all 7 reviews that I put up today… I’m just going to link to the two highest rated vacuum cleaner reviews that I did and call it a night. The first one on that list is a hard floor steam cleaner the Eureka 313A Enviro Hard-Surface Floor Steamer Review shows how great of a machine this can be for those with extensive hard floors… it is fairly weak at the handle attachment… so don’t be too rough with it. The next one, also a Eureka, is the EUREKA 4239AZ Comfort Clean Cord Rewind Vacuum Cleaner Review amazing machine for $120 this vacuum cleaner is one of my favorites. If I didn’t already own a Kirby… and my dad wasn’t a vacuum cleaner repair man this is the machine I would get. Dyson’s are over priced and over rated, this unit comes at a great price point and does a great job. I’d save up some money while using this machine and get an Oreck Pilot after this thing died for the durability factor. But with us just moving into this home if I didn’t have access to better vacuum cleaners I’d definitely hit up the Eureka 4239AZ Comfort Clean.
Probably going to stick with the two for one blog entries… it takes way too long to update 15 blogs twice a day… I kind of wish the site could be successful by itself, without me blogging about EVERY single review I do… but oh well, maybe one day that will happen, like say, after I finish this insane month, maybe with over 100 reviews, and links to them coming out the wazoo the site will be naturally self sustaining. Or maybe that’s just a pipe dream, who knows! I think I might take a short break from the whole ordeal in order to create yet another new vacuum cleaner website that may help to decrease my need to write reviews about my reviews every time. Today I went high class representing the Dyson DC33 Multi Floor Vacuum Cleaner Review and kickin’ it German style with the Miele : S7210 Twist Upright Vacuum Cleaner Review baby! What really kind of eats at me is that if I had not screwed myself by using LW this little crusade I’m going on now adding two reviews a day and blogging about it could potentially be bringing in 200-300 visitors to the site a day by the end of the month and making me $5-$20 a day! Oh well we will see how it goes, maybe I can get there anyways despite my self destructive marketing.