Well how about my new custom license plates?!!? Pretty sweet, right?!
I don’t see a lot of custom license plates in Texas, but I remember seeing a ton of them out in California when I was a kid. I’ve kinda always wanted to get one, but I never knew what to put on mine. As you can see – those days are over! I found the perfect choice of letters: SEOFTW! It stands for ‘SEO For The Win!‘ Or maybe it’s ‘SEO Fort Worth‘. Either one works!
Yep, it’s like there was a hole in my heart and now it’s filled. Actually, that sounds kind of dramatic. But I don’t even care because I think my new SEO license plates are super rad.
Obviously I was going to write a blog post about my new SEO license plates. They are called vanity plates for a reason, so of course I’ve gotta show them off. But then I got to thinking: I wonder if anyone else has ever made SEO-themed license plates… hmmm….
With some image searches, I found out that – yes – other people have awesome SEO license plates. And it doesn’t stop at SEO – there are all kinds of awesome custom license plates from the digital marketing realm.
Here are some other SEO license plates that I found via image search, as well as some other Internet-themed license plates (with credits, of course!):
I thought the Yahoo! one was kinda mean, but it’s fun to see that there is still a healthy rivalry among the search engines. Also, I really got a kick out of the DOMAINS and DOTCOMS license plates.
- H1SEOH1 (California): source 1, source 2
- SEO PRO (New Mexico): source
- NO SPAM (Nevada): source
- SEO (California): source
- SEO (Utah): source
- SEO (Washington): source
- SEO (Missouri): source
- GOOG +1 (California): source
- BLOGGER (California): source
- WORDPRSS (North Carolina): source
- PINTERST (New York): source
- FLICKR: source
- F GOOGL (California): source
- TWITTER (California): source
- TWITTER (Oklahoma): source
- HASHTAG (California): source
- DOMAINS (Illinois): source
- DOTCOMS (Indiana): source