Most people know that I live and breathe Hawaii SEO but I also EAT it as well.
This is how I typically fix my lunch at the office.
I usually start with eatable text. Every SEO knows how much Google loves fresh, eatable text. The fresher the better! If you don’t have a small fridge in your office, you will need to make a special trip to the store on a daily basis. That’s what I do.
Keep In mindâ€¦ You don’t want to overcook the text. It’s best to boil it down in an effort to achieve the optimum keyword density but it loses its flavor if you over-do it. For best results, chill in refrigerator until serving. (Since I don’t have a fridge in the office, I just blow on it for a while until it cools off.)
Next, I break out a jar of my “Hawaii SEO, Secret Sauce” and serve over the eatable text. Unfortunatelyâ€¦ The SEO Secret Sauce doesn’t have much of a shelf-life and without proper refrigeration and it tends to go sour.
Spam is also one of my guilty pleasures but very SEO knows that Spam isn’t exactly “SEO health food”. It won’t kill you to have a small taste every now and then but don’t go crazy and eat the entire can in one sitting. Keep in mind… The can clearly states that you should refrigerate the unused Spam immediately after opening. (Or maybe that’s the cat food) Either way, it’s a good idea. [Note to self: The day-old Spam on the counter-top is starting to look a little rancid.]
Fore more information about “SEO Overkill” please see my cautionary post titled “I Think Therefore I Spam“.
Then I break out a bottle of lukewarm “Link Juice” and pour myself a glass to wash it all down. (BTW - Link juice is best served chilled.) Some of my friends seem to think I have a Link Juice “Drinking Problem” but I don’t see it as being a problem at all, unless the bottle is empty… Then that would be a real problem.
Also… If you’re fortunate enough to have a small refrigerator in your office, you should always keep an open box of baking soda in it because every SEO knows how much Google loves fresh content. (That’s what I would do if I had one)
My lunch hour would be so much happier if I only had a small refrigerator in my office but there is no need to grovel for one.
Dan Perry is giving away a Mini Google refrigerator. Dan just wants to know what people would do with it so he can pick a worthy recipient.