While I’m not, by any stretch of the imagination, a search industry leader, you’ll note that I spend a great deal of time these days blogging – here, over at SearchEngineJournal.com, and from time to time as a guest blogger on various industry blogs. And then, of course, I can quite often go off on rants and diatribes over at Twitter, where I typically take no prisoners.
If you have a web site that you need to take to that next level, and if you think you want to achieve that, at least partially, through being found more often and for more relevant search phrases, you may want to contact me to find out how I can provide you with one of my forensic SEO audits.
One of my favorite activities is training others in the art of SEO. Over the years I’ve helped build numerous search marketing teams for agency clients, and just as many site management teams for clients. Sessions can be as short as two hours and as long as three days back to back. We can explore theory and case studies, or we can dive right in and I’ll get you working on real-world SEO. Class sizes can be one on one, or you can have me train your entire staff.
From time to time, I’m asked to be a featured speaker at local and regional business conferences. 2010 was capped off by my participating on a panel on Local Search at Blueglass Florida, one of the search industries newest conference gems, this past November. You can view the slide-deck from my presentation over at Slideshare. Topics I am available to present on include:
- Search Marketing Fundamentals for Business Owners, Site Owners, Developers & Designers
- Conversion Optimization
- Local Search for small, medium and enterprise scale companies
- Advanced SEO Techniques
I love attending industry conferences. They’re a great way to meet, connect with and build long-lasting business and personal relationships with some amazing people. And they’re the perfect excuse for me to coordinate another #EpicDinner where I facilitate the ability for up to a couple dozen people who might not otherwise talk with each other to actually break the ice in a casual atmostphere. The next time you see me at a conference, introduce yourself if we haven’t already met!