SEO is my passion. It’s what I love to do. And so I’m often coming across strange, funny, offensive, or just off-the-wall phrases as I dig in and evaluate our current rankings and traffic sources.
Tonight I’m seeing these ones:
Morgan Carey Net Worth? Jon Cheplak Net Worth?
There are a couple of ways to answer this so if you really want to know… here they are!
#1: Who cares! Do you seriously think this is the measure of what makes a person special or different in some way?
#2: None of your business? We’re not publicly traded companies. So yah, nunya is a good one here.
But being less cheeky for a second… I really think you are asking the wrong question.
If myself or Jon (or anyone else) are people you see a lot in the media, on stage or somewhere else in the real estate space, and perhaps you are curious about our personal lives.
Here’s a better question:
Are you happy?
Or how about “Are you helping others”?
Or maybe “Do you feel good about what you do?”
There are so many more interesting questions. And I wish they would should up in keywords instead of vanity searches like “Jon Cheplak Net Worth”
I’ll tell you right now, I know Jon well. His worth has nothing to do with how much money he has in the bank and everything to do with how many people he has helped and continues to help.
So sure, it was a click baity title (and yes I’m an SEO, so I’d rather this post ranked than whatever else might come up for Morgan Carey Net Worth).
But seriously - ask better (more meaningful) questions.
Get better answers.
And ya’ll better mind your own business too!