The SEO Rapping Poetic Prophet

Now for some Friday fun. If you work in the web industry and do web design, web development, SEO, affiliate marketing, and/or web standards, you’ve seen this by now. (If not, where have you been?)

Who’s behind this rhyme? Charles (Chuck) Lewis, the Houston, TX guy who’s background is as varied as a spin of the roulette wheel. He’s been rapping since his early teen years at his local church. His style of gospel rap earned him the moniker the Poetic Prophet. After a few false starts, he started a record label called Mo Serious Entertainment to promote himself and some other acts.

Somewhere along the line, he became a Project Coordinator/Marketing Specialist for Pop Labs, where, I’m guessing, he learned about the complicated world of search engines, web standards, and ever-changing web browsers.

One day, inspiration struck him, and he began applying his rapping skills to his new trade. He recorded a handful of YouTube videos that became viral. And now, he’s being mentioned on Valleywag, Compiler from, and ShoeMoney.

Looks like his SEO rap has been great for his SEO.

Author: Mike Lee

An idealistic realist, humanistic technologist & constant student.

3 thoughts on “The SEO Rapping Poetic Prophet”

  1. personally i use tables theyre fine with me. i think they do the job well and sometimes it is too hard to do it with only css. but i don’t know css so maybe its just too hard for me.

  2. “when you use CSS, you page will load quicker
    client satisfied like they eating on a snicker”


  3. @xaoxao: If you’re building a website that is trying to draw traffic from search engines (which most sites do), then using tables can decrease your site’s SEO a bit.

    It won’t be the end of the world if you use tables, as other factors make your site more SEO-friendly than using CSS, but CSS-based layouts are another checkmark to follow for a truly search engine optimized website.

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