Monday, February 3, 2020

Friday, January 31, 2020

Why we will be back in Europe and surprisingly quick

1) Take away Brexit Boris, and all you have are "swivel-eyed-loons".  Think about it - who is in any way "normal" in the current Brexit party - sorry Conservative Brexit Party?


 I mean look at them.  What a bunch of awkward misfits...   And in the ranks... all those odious backbenchers like Mogg, Baker, Jekin, Cash, Redwood, Bridgen & Francois.

It was Boris what won it.   And Boris is going to come seriously unstuck....   Either he goes soft brexit, so then what was the point?  Or he goes hard, and boy it's going to be hard; and with it an economic hit.

You see the problem?  Boris has nailed the Conservative & Brexit party flag so hard to the "Outside Everything"-mast; that he can't possibly go back.

2) All the Labour party have to do it get someone vaguely presentable, certainly Starmer would be fine, or Nandy or Thornberry and propose a "EFTA"-like trading arrangement.  That's back in folks, and as far as we want to take it - certainly until Farage & Co are in the nursing home.  If there has been one tiny glimmer of light is that we won't have to bear the sight of that snake-oil salesman any longer in the EU Parliament.   Going back into the EU would mean him getting voted back in, so No Thank You.

ETFA means free trade - free movement - keeping the Pound (I'd prefer to dump, but whatever), and a low profile in Brussel.

It also means faster economic growth (you know.. no tariffs, market access lol), and Good Ol' Boris and Friends can't go anywhere near proposing *that*.   So the gift of anyone who wants to take it.

The thing is, that most "normal" MPs were remainers - that is, "grown ups" who understand this is not about Empire 2.0 but working together with the countries that are closest geographically to us... so it is only a matter of time that the slogan politics, into which have descended, gives ways to quiet sensible decisions.

I will leave the last word to these guys....  Thank you

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Types of Link Partnership

Before Google hit the scene big time in the early 2000s all linking partnerships between sites was for traffic reasons. You might find a site that offered a complementary but non-competitive service and do a link swap (reciprocal link) between the two sites.

Since the rise in dominance and importance of Google, it is necessary to employ linking strategies that avoid direct reciprocal links if maximum value it to be achieved. That is not to say that a good traffic bearing or similar themed reciprocal link is to be avoided.

If you can arrange different types of links (like those listed below) your site, and your partners will appear higher in the search engine rankings as a result.

One Way Link Partnership

This is the simplest type of link. You have got a one way link to your site from another.
You are not giving a link back in return. This is the best type of link.  For a link like this from another site look at submit article - you control the content of the linking page.

Reciprocal Link Partnership


This is the simplest type of link partnership. You have got a one way link to your site from another, and you are giving a link back to the same site.

This type of linking is useful but not a good as other forms of linking.

If your sites are of a similar theme; complimentary and non-competitive, or you expect worthwhile traffic this link arrangement may be for you.

Open Jaw One Site Link Partnership


This is an advanced link partnership. You are linking your partners site and he is linking another one of your sites from his.

This type of linking is can be as good as two one way links, but matching the strength and quality of the links in important.


All the sites should be complementary and non-competitive.

Split Pair Link Partnership


This is an advanced link partnership. You link a partner site, and in return he links a different site of yours.

This type of linking is as good as two one way links, but matching the strength and quality of the links in important.

Both sites in each pairing should be complementary and non-competitive.

Jon Danzig explains why the EU was created

This reason alone is sufficient for me to wish that the UK rejoins the EU.