Nick Ker

SEO Consultant at Ker Communications in Pittsburgh, PA, United States (Karma: 2,157)

Professional Bio

Been preaching and practicing clean, legitimate SEO and inbound marketing with content driven websites, social media, video and online public relations since long before Google's war on webspam made it the "thing to do". 

Where I Write


  • Buffer User
  • Inbound Certification
  • Connect Analytics
  • Using HubSpot
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Recent Activity

  1. Nick Ker added an article Why You Should Never “Do Keyword Research” Again
  2. Nick Ker added an article Infographic: APPs Vs. SMS for Mobile Marketing
  3. Nick Ker added a comment on Coca-Cola pulls Twitter campaign after it was tricked into quoting Mein Kampf
    So Coke tries to do something pretty cool, Gawker manufactures a "scandal" at Coke's expense and manages to make themselves an example of what Coke was supposedly trying to counter - that there are pl…
  4. Nick Ker added a tool Fundbox
  5. Nick Ker added a comment on Ask Inbound: If you could start your website over, what would you change?
    I would have started it sooner. Or maybe a shorter domain.
  6. Nick Ker added a comment on Negative SEO without Backlinks: A Case Study
    The word choices, as well as the fear mongering about link-based sabotage (aka Neg SEO), are huge contributors to the SEO industry's bad reputation. New site owners or webmasters are often paralyzed b…
  7. Nick Ker added an article Building Links by Fixing the Web
  8. Nick Ker added an article How to Turn the SEO Reputation Problem into an Asset - Ahrefs Blog
  9. Nick Ker added a comment on How do you score customers if they are "inbound friednly" to work with?
    Inbound is a tough sell if the customer came to you looking for SEO or has been involved with "old school" SEO for a while. It becomes like deprogramming a cult member, particular…
  10. Nick Ker added a comment on How "" got their PageRank 9
    Could also base authority on usage of Disqus. Which does beg the question... I agree with Tad Chef that credit links don't count for much. But if so many people are using something, shouldn't the cred…