Sunday Blogbits – The Tumor Man

A weary Sunday for me. My son is ill and so is wife. She injured her back last week. The doctors have advised her to rest. I have been busy balancing between work and family.Pretty tough job.

Make sure you read to the last. I have something for you at the end. You shouldn’t miss it.

The Micro Niche Marketing project has been going on very well. I have decided to reveal the name of the niche I am working the project on as well as the URL. But before that, let me give you some stats. I have focusing on about 5 main keywords and about 15 long tails. Among them, 5 keywords have already entered the Google Top 100 list with one keyword hitting the second page of Google. The main keywords, the last time I checked were on the 80th page of Google. It is going to take a long time to make it to top 100 as the domain is brand new and has very few backlinks. The link Building process is an ongoing one.

What I have done is, prepared a total of 20 articles and timestamped them with an interval of 5 days till the 15th of March. This way, I do not have to pay attention to its growth and the blog will be updated regularly. Thereafter, I plan to update the blog just once a week, to keep the SE crawlers busy.

Okay, now to unveil the secret.

The niche blog I am building is on Acne Cure. I researched the most profitable micro niche keywords having low competition within Acne using Micro Niche Finder. The software made my job a snap. Visit Acne Cure Blog.

My brother sent me this news piece about the Tumor man. His name is Huang Chuncai and he hails from southern China’s Guangdong province. Take a look at his pain.

Huang Chuncai poses before his second operation to remove his tumors, which currently weigh around 10kg (22lbs), at a hospital in Guangzhou,Extreme Tumor Case southern China’s Guangdong province, January 3, 2008. Huang, a 32-year-old native from a remote village in China’s southern province of Hunan, says he is relieved after a part of his facial tumors, which originally weighed about 23kg (50.7 lbs), was removed last year. His second operation will remove another part of the tumors, which weighs 4.5kg (9.9lbs). Huang suffers from Neurofibromatosis, which is a genetic disorder of the nervous system that primarily affects the development and growth of nerve tissues. Picture taken January 3, 2008.

I honestly cant fathom the depth of his pain. Anyways, I will leave you all with this thought.

Great Sunday
Al

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  1. owned , i mean he´s owned

    powned in the face

  2. i feel pitty for that person and the tumor

  3. aawww :( i hope one day he will be able to get ride of all the tumer if not all ready WISH YOU LUKE! i aLSO HAD A TUMER I WAS 13 YEARS OLD KNOW IM 14 THE TUMER WAS 7″ LONG AND IT WAS IN 1 OF MY BREAST succesfully they got ride of it in one surgry the tumer took ever most of my breast

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