Friday, January 26, 2007


SeekWonder Directory Acquired

Last year KingBloom.Com acquired SeekWonder.Com We've spent several months re-vamping it and cleaning it up. The site runs on the KingBloom Directory Script and is SEO Friendly devoid of dead or spammy and updated daily.

The Directory is currently PR3
Sees about 400 vistors daily
Is well indexed in M, Google and Yahoo
Is naturally ranked

Listing Fees are as follows:

Basic Listings $4.95
Sponsored Listings $9.95
Sponsored Category Listings $19.95

You can visit SeekWonder at the following link:

Wednesday, January 24, 2007


Owning a domains WHOIS output

I realize this is not really SEO, but it is pretty cool. There are some leakers over at DP (Digital Point Forums) that seem to think that Google was hacked because the 'whois' output for Google.Com displays things like:


This is a very simple, and old DNS server trick. All you need to do is create a DNS server using your domain. Call this domain whatever third level name you wish. For instance:

I decided to own Apple.Com since some other numb skull posted in his blog that Apple was hijacked. So I added the following "" third level domain as a DNS server as follows:


Note I owned Apple, just like did. Wow, I am like so freakin' cool now.

That's it folks, that's how it's done. Just create a name server that starts with "" in front of (your own domain name) and as part of your third level domain naming scheme. Note "" should be the domain you want to own.

Tuesday, January 09, 2007


Page Rank - That's how its done!

Ever notice how Google's Search Results look like shit every few months? Specifically when you are searching for something and you find no relevant sites based on a particular keyword search? The results you see are not just shit in your eyes; their shit in Google's eyes too.

Google's algo when it comes to PR (Page Rank) is quite simple and ingenious really. It works the opposite of they way a septic tank works. Septic tanks separate the solids from the liquids by letting the solids sink to the bottom. The shit is then sucked out periodically, leaving the liquid behind.

What Google does every few months is they start to let the SHIT float to the top. "Shit", being crappy sites, made for AdSense sites, sites with no content, etc. After a few weeks they scrape the shit off the top, and you are left with the liquid, in this case, the relevant sites.

Who would have thought it was that simple? Google is in the septic business.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007


PR Update TODAY January 3rd, 2007

Looks like it happened! Yep, yet another PR update. To check your sites feel free to use our nifty PR Checker Tool compliments of the KingBloom Directory.