Dustin Wheeler

Dustin Wheeler
Dustin is a technology-driven CPA in Orem, Utah.

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A Tribute to the Bloggers Who Link to Me

Thanks to Google Webmaster Tools, I can find out what other CPA and tax bloggers link to me in their blogrolls.  Below is part of a screenshot showing the blogs with the most links to my site.

List of Sites That Link to Me

If you are interested in tax or accounting, these blogs are worth following.

  1. Roth & Company, PC Tax Update Blog by Joe Kristan in Des Moines, Iowa.  As you can tell by the number of links, this guy is a blogging machine.  My only complaint is that he blogs so much I can’t keep up with every post.  Joe explains tax law in a way that is easy for everyone to understand.  He doesn’t use big words or refer to obscure sections of the Internal Revenue Code.  He also has the uncanny ability to find humor in every tax court case he blogs about.
  2. Beancounter Ramblings by Chad and Donna Bordeaux in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Chad and Donna effectively market their firm with their website and blog.  They blog not only about Federal tax issues, but also state and local tax news.  Like Joe, they have a good sense of humor and are fun to follow on Twitter.
  3. CPA Technology Blog by Brian Tankersley.  Brian is the technical editor of the CPA Practice Advisor and teaches educational courses for K2 Enterprises and Becker CPA Review.  Brian blogs about technology topics that impact the accounting profession.  Brian’s blog, in part, inspired me to create mine.
  4. There are a countless number of blogs on blogspot.  Google Webmaster Tools doesn’t identify which one links to me.  I think that most, if not all of these links come from PRI Tax and Bookkeeping Services, which I became aware of thanks to a few kind comments on my blog with links to their site.  This tax and bookkeeping firm is located in Elgin, Illinois, and on their blog, I am listed as one of only two “favorite blogs.”  What an honor!

I appreciate being listed in these blogs’ sidebars.  They provide me with quality inbound links that contribute to my PageRank in Google.  I don’t think it’s a coincidence that after Roth & Company added a link to my blog, there was a dramatic increase in traffic from Google searches.

Check out the bottom of my right sidebar for more link love.

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2 comments to A Tribute to the Bloggers Who Link to Me

  • Dustin-

    Thanks for the mention on your post, and I’m honored and humbled that my blog had some role in you setting up your excellent blog.

    I am working on increasing the traffic I send you (both Joe, as well as the Bordeaux’s sent you more hits lately), but it seems that the number of hits one receives is directly proportional to how much content you post. Since I’ve been buried writing for CPAPA, CPAFirmSoftware.com, as well as redoing my personal site, BFTCPA.com lately, I’ve not focused as much effort on the blog. Hopefully we’ll be able to increase the traffic heading your way, especially with your upcoming review.

    Best regards, Brian

  • Brian, you are absolutely right that the amount of content is the number one factor in traffic. Since I didn’t blog much during tax season, yet the amount of traffic from Google searches doubled in the last few months, I think that the links have had some effect, though. Thanks again for providing great information on your blog and for the links!

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