An SEO Combats on Martha Stewart's Apprentice

Sep 29, 2005 • 8:18 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Industry News
 

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A couple of days ago, Avi from Promediacorp.com, emailed me that while he was at WebmasterWorld PubCon New Orleans his sister saw a guy named David Karandish. Then when Martha Stewart's The Apprentice aired, she noticed David was on the show. His bio reads;

David, 22, is fresh out of college but already an accomplished businessman. David, the youngest candidate, was a charismatic student at Washington University in St. Louis and was known to lecture classes at the request of his professors. The American Mensa member now earns six figures as the owner and creator of an internet advertising company and a mortgage information services company - both of which he started while still in college. In high school, David created "AIM Talk," a plug-in for AOL Instant Messenger that spoke instant messages using text-to-speech. David has a B.S. with a second major in entreprenuership. He lives just outside of St. Louis.

Prove he is an SEO, check out his site at karandish.com.

Search Engine Watch Forums has a thread supporting David in this conquest. Go SEO David, represent the industry well!

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Comments:

David Temple

09/29/2005 06:34 pm

I don't think his website proves he's an SEO other than the fact that he has SEO on the site but as you can see, his site is not optimized. I think everyone is an SEO these days but I do wish him well.

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