I’d be the first to say that I’m not an expert on SEO. And I’m okay with that. 100 percent okay that I can focus on my writing and still learn about SEO even if it is at my slow-pokey pace. After all, as all my readings have led me to believe, content and SEO are basically like PB&J, like mac and cheese, like champagne and limousines. They go together is what I’m saying and having one without the other might seem okay but you know that somehow it just isn’t the same.

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I used to like Showtime’s “Dexter,” particularly the first two seasons. But I don’t think I’ll be watching any new episodes anytime soon after reading this piece from SearchEngineLand.com’s Elisabeth Osmeloski – or at least until I find out who wrote the script. Osmeloski reacted to a recent “Dexter” episode where someone took a pot shot at search engine optimization (SEO).

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Think of this as Mars and Venus in the Blogosphere.

The cult-classic relationship book Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus is one of the most popular attempts to pacify the eternal battle of the sexes. But I have no intention of doing a Dr. Gray to be honest. And this will no doubt raise some eyebrows but I’m just going to come right out and say it: men are better at blogging.

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So over cups of coffee and illuminating conversations about old movies, 80s music and of course, major Internet marketing stuff, Mik Pam asked this thought-provoking question: Who are the better bloggers? Men or women? And how is that even relevant to businesses? Honestly, I had no idea until I did my research but from what I have unearthed from Google’s treasure trove of nuggets, I just know that my partner’s going to have a hard time rebutting my points. And yes, my dear readers, I have more than enough evidence to show that women are indeed better in blogging than men. Join me, friends as I blow the lid off this one.

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