Around Here, We Call Him the Poetic Prophet.


It's a dude rapping about design coding!

If my mom threw out my rap cassettes and replaced them with SEO rap (as opposed to rap about seeking out the Holy Spirit), she would have changed my life forever.

And I would have thanked her (as opposed to throwing things across the room and crying, because that E-40 cassette cost me three days of unspent lunch money, and also because I would never again have the opportunity to memorize all the lyrics to "Sprinkle Me").

More SEO rap here. Topics include conversion closing, paid search, link building and social media. Lyrics included.

Excerpt from the design coding flow:

Describe your doctype so the browser can relate
Make sure you do it great or it won't validate
Check in all browsers, I do it directly
Gotta make sure that it renders correctly
Some use IE, some others use Flock
Some use AOL, I use Firefox
Title everything including links and images
Don't use italics, use emphasis
Don't use bold, please use strong
If you use bold that's old and wrong

When you use CSS, you page will load quicker
Client satisfied like they eating on a Snicker
They stuck on your page like you made it with a sticker
And then they convert now that's the real kicker
Make you a lil richer, your site a lil slicker
Design and code right man I hope you get the picture

Useful stuff. And yeah -- in case you were following along to an imaginary beat, there's a Twitter reference coming up.

by Angela Natividad    Mar-31-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Good, Online, Tools, Video   

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Finally, SEO rap gets the attention it deserves. You have no idea how long I've been waiting for this important underground movement to hit the mainstream.

Posted by: Jack on April 1, 2008 9:52 AM

I can feel your pain.

Posted by: Angela on April 1, 2008 10:03 AM