The Battle For Supremacy

This is a post from my work blog at MerchantCircle. I figure it has a lot to do with me so I'll give it some love here as well:

Alright, I've already been called narcissistic, so what have I got to lose? So at least several times a day, I Google my name - it's a good name. And for awhile I was running second in search results to some champion, child-prodigy flutist from San Diego. There were many nights when I hoped that he would give up the flute and do something more practical with his life, like gardening. Or maybe he could be like a normal kid and play video games all day long or other teenage activities like sitting in shopping carts while getting pushed at full speed into bushes.
Shopping Cart
Since this kid wasn't going anywhere, I started to think to myself, I have got to do something noteworthy so that I don't lose the battle of supremacy for my name. For example, can you imagine what it must have been like to be the other Howard Stern, Howard K.? I was not going to go through life as the other guy; this was war!
Howard K. Stern
Right off the bat, I had heard that linking to a site helps bring it up higher in search engine results. Linking is what I'm doing here, with my profile from my last job at Newscenter in Columbus, OH. It's when you create this link going from one website to another that apparently helps out these search results. So I did that a few times from this exact blog and waddya know? My Newscenter bio was starting to come up higher than that champion flutist.... I can't remember his name.
Well this wasn't half bad. I decided to create a blog recently off Blogger - an excellent resource (you can see my blog by clicking here), and start a Productions and Public Relations Company(don't tell my bosses). Of course I used MerchantCircle to start my business presence on the web (you can see my business here), and I use our blog services as well to write about my business methods. One of the cool things that MerchantCircle lets you do is include all the links you have from any other websites. So I started to cross link all of them - my Myspace profile, my Linkedin profile, my Facebook profile, my blog, Silicon Valley Bachelor, and my MerchantCircle page.

One day later, I checked in and I was flabbergasted! I was now the top 4 results after I Googled my name and 5 of the top 10! I couldn't sleep that night for at least an hour (but then afterwards I slept very soundly, thanks for your concern). Man this was cool stuff. But now let me move on to you, (begrudgingly - I am narcissistic afterall). What this means is that by following some of the steps we lay out for you when you sign up on MerchantCircle, you too may be the most famous namesake....errrr, I mean the most popular business in local search results. Be on all the different sites that we list for you on your dashboard and link them together. Write blogs and fill in the keywords. And keep tabs on where you show up on Google. It's fun. Believe me - I do it several times a day.

Until next time, sincerely,

Kevin L.
(The More Famous One)

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  1. LOL Kevin Leu's my brother :p
    too bad he's still playing flute


    Just some pointers. You don't want to overdo this little thing.

    Btw, I go to the same high school as "the other Kevin Leu" did. We have the exact same birthday, but he skipped a grade. Lawls.

  3. Skipped a grade!?!? Who does that ish anymore?!?! Look at what happened to Doogie Howser! His freakin show got canceled!!!


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