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Cramming Sunday Nights… Always

This weekend didn’t start productive.  Friday/Saturday weren’t great.  But Sundays always seem to bail me out.  Here’s the list of things I was able to do.

  • 15 videos for my hobby channel (5 of them very difficult to record)
  • Created new Patreon for hobby channel
  • Finished Competitor Research
  • Shopping for Food

Start somthing new

The Start of Something New


I’m happy with the progress of project X this week.  It’s on the right track and I know it has a bright future.  The only issue left is execution… which isn’t the easiest issue.  I love PPC. I have setup many Houston PPC Account.and Provide a best training on Google Adwords and Analytics with study guide.  … it’s relaxing and incredibly interesting.  It changes everyday and you have good days and bad days. I’m a huge fan of “seasons.”  Meaning, I grew up in the north where the colors change.  Houston, not as much…. but I’m a fan of the the city’s attempt at representing seasons with murals.

This also means I need to sharpen my tiger fangs.  There is a lot I need to learn to make project XREAD MORE


Tiger Fangs Are So Fetch


I rank for the word Tiger Fangs.  SEO is weird.  But now I want this keyword, so that probably makes me even weirder.  Well, it’s time to sharpen them.  What are tiger fangs… I’m not sure.  For the purposes of this blog I’ll assume they are a desire to improve yourself in the field you are in.  I’ve always had this fire in my belly.  I had it in high school, college, law school, and at work.  “Tiger Fangs” is a keyword I intend to keep, at least in regards to Houston SEO.

I need to improve on somethings rather quickly.  Mainly as it relates to developing software and workable prototypes.  It’s rather exciting because it’s such a strange field… for me.  The only thing is a lack of a standard I can measure myself against.  I like bars…READ MORE

Great Google Ad Text

5 Words to Use for Creating Great Ad Text


Wow, it’s been some time since I wrote an article.  I’ll make sure this one is extra useful.

1. Today

One of my favorite words to but in a Google Adwords Text Ad: Talk to a Lawyer Today.  Buy a New Hyundai Today.  Fix Your Water Leak Today.

Even better, move Today towards the front: Talk Today to a Lawyer.  Buy Today a New Hyundai.  Fix Today Your Water Leak.

For the crazy ones (success dependent on industry):

Cutting Ties

Rivals and Cutting Ties


I’ll start with a college story.  Freshman orientation, sometime in July, I met Kenny.  I knew he would be my rival for the next 3.5 years.  He was as social, smart, and hard working.  We survived pre-med with mostly A’s and were chemistry teaching assistants.  We would often be compared because… and shared a similar friend pool.  However, there were stark difference in our personality.  I was more crazy and he was more ambitious.  Regardless, he was the perfect rival. READ MORE

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Hustling and Work Ethic


Hustling is easy… it’s continuing that hustle when you sort of made it, that is hard.  You have to integrate hustle into your life.  It’s comparable to volunteering, you don’t need to do it and it’s incredibly difficult getting up at 7am on a Saturday… but it makes you better and you know it.

Branding is the exact same.  You need to constantly keep branding and learning.  If you become stagnant, left behind you will be.

Which brings me to what makes me different

My Lazy Weekend

A Lazy Weekend, Yuk


The last few months have been interesting and exhaustive.  I’ve learned wire framing and prototyping.  Two things I’ve “delegated” many times before.  It’s nice to finally understand how to do them.  And I’m learning sales, something I’m terrible at but I’m getting better.

That being said… I’ve let Guttulus deteriorate a bit.  There isn’t much new information or even blogs.  And the YouTube Channel is suffering as well… It’s because I’ve treated the last few weekends as vacation mode. READ MORE

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School and Website Drama


First off, it’s national roller coaster day.  Well… it was.  I have mixed feelings about the day.  While it’s a fun day… it also marks the beginning of the school year.  I wasn’t the biggest fan of middle school or high school.  Before you begin speculation… I had great friends.  What I didn’t like was that the teachers often talked down to me.  In college and graduate school.. this changed and I had a much better time.

The middle school and high school I went to…

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Good Never Better than Great


I got into a discussion with a friend… enemy… mostly a friend …about choosing law over medical.  It haunts me somewhat I didn’t become a doctor. I had valorously achieved the requirements need to get into medical school.  I decided not to take the MCAT since it would mean I’d dedicate the next 7+ years of my life to something I wasn’t sure I wanted to do.

My goal was to get a paid job as soon as possible, since living the broke life style READ MORE

Piano Recitals

Piano Recitals are Fun


When I was little I had piano lessons every week.  Eventually when my sister was old enough, she would have them with me.  I never liked lessons.  To get me to practice, my piano teacher would create recitals.  Although I didn’t like practice, I loved playing at a piano recital.

Eventually I began playing at a retirement house… which had recitals once a month.  I prepared more for a recital than .  Mainly because I didn’t want to embarrass myself in front of other people.  That desire to READ MORE

Houston SEO

It’s Only in Your Head You Feel Left Out


Monday was a Monday.  Pretty uneventful.  I hope I get my car back soon.  I keep thinking I’m going to crash the loaner car.  The MDX is a lot bigger than my RDX…. it’s mini-van size.  When I do buy a new car it will be RDX size.  There really no reason I need a mini-van.

I’m practicing Search Engine Optimization… on this Guttulus Website.  SEO is….  tedious.  It’s the same things over and over again.  And there doesn’t seem to be as much creative freedom as in PPC.  I design my

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Crashing Down :Coming Back Every Time


I’m going to post my blogs more consistently. I wrote a few blogs in my sketch book. My plan was to scan them since there were also fun doodles. But my WordPress template doesn’t seem to like that. Back to blogging using html. I need to a better WordPress template eventually to create better blogs.

Sunday night I had the best steak and crabs. Yum. Sometimes you need to spurge on life. My car is in the READ MORE

Why Should You Incorporate?

There are many benefits to becoming an entity.  An agency can select from a C Corporation, S Corporation, or Limited Liability Company.  Most incorporation takes place in Delaware, Nevada, or the company’s home state.  Corporations can offer stock options to its employees which serves as additional incentive.  This is especially important for startups since stock options offset lower wages (most of the time).  LLCs are better for smaller agencies who are more focused on the agency side and obtaining monthly invoices.

Before deciding what type of corporation to register you should understand whether you would want investors.  If you are interested in pursuing investors, a corporation makes senses.  Corporations generally have an easier time raising money because they can issue equity easier.  The main difference between a C and S Corporations are tax considerations.

Traditionally sophisticated investors prefer multiple rounds of funding.  The Delaware C Corporation is the best structure for that.

For a closely held company where there are a limited number of investors a LLC or S Corporation is probably the structure you want.

Incorporation pitfalls include: timing and sequencing, the wrong structure, no documentation, and partner issues.

The Google Panda Patent: Why and How Many?

*I have been a patent agent for 5 years and a patent attorney for 2 years.

I will begin by saying a patent is not a right of use; it is the right to prevent others from use. In theory you could obtain a patent you never intend to use for the sole purpose of stopping others from use (i.e. patent trolling).

After reading the Google Patent Panda I had two thoughts. Why? And where’s the missing parts? Why would Google decide to patent/reveal its secret algorithms now? Google has treated its algorithms as trade secrets. I assume Google has protected these trade secrets with a Non-Disclosure Agreements to potential partners and Non-Compete Clause to employees. The Search Engine Optimization Industry attempts daily to solve this algorithm. With such a high prize for the solution and an analytical industry priding itself in getting to the first page, there is still a clout of mystery around the algorithm.

1) I present two theories to why Google wanted the patent. A) Someone figured out the algorithm or has come close enough to warrant Google proactively obtaining a patent. Perhaps it was a reaction to the churn of Google employees to Facebook, Twitter, and Yahoo. B) Perhaps the patent serves as a barrier to one specific search engine in one specific market: Baidu (China’s massive search engine) in Asia. Baidu which is nicknamed “China’s Google” started with a patent. Its US patent was for a RankDex site-scoring algorithm for search engines results page ranking. Baidu’s patent served as the basis for the original iteration of its engine. Baidu has already targeted Japan and South Korea as areas of potential growth. Google’s Panda patent filed with the World Intellectual Patent Organization (WIPO) gives it protection. Japan and South Korea’s enforcement of Intellectual Property is far stricter than China’s, especially in the technology fields. In these two countries, a patent goes a long way.

2) The second point is the Google Panda Patent seems unfinished. Many believe the patent has nothing to do with the Panda update. Some suggest Google obtained the patent for the sole purpose of not using it and cite owning a patent does not mean you used the invention. Maybe Google wanted a future shield or sword against competitors. I disagree. I believe there are more “Panda” patents to come. One strategy I was taught is to draft important patent applications in batches. By itself this patent seems incomplete. But what if Google sent in several patent applications and this is simply the first to be approved? Good things come in bunches.