So, I completely rebooted my site. This is it. Don’t judge me until mid-November once I have time to play with this.
It’s time for my Monthly Digest! Here are some of the highlights!
- Geeked for MozCon
- A Search Marketer’s Review of Yahoo Axis
- Special Guest on Max Impact Google+ Hangout
- Responsive Web Design and SEO
- Women as Entertainment in the SEO Industry
- HTML5 Email Input Post [Read more…] about Monthly Digest: Geeked for MozCon & New Blog Posts
I think this is rad. I’ll be putting out a post on it soon. Try hitting this form on your iPhone.
Time for a quick personal post. Lots of great things going on at SwellPath; mostly lots for work for cool clients. For that reason, I haven’t had time to blog here in a while.
Check out my updates below. I’m also going to some sweet events which I’m super stoked on. Here are some highlights.
New Blog Post
I put out a pretty fun blog post at SwellPath last week called “Future Facing SEO: Why It Will Pay Off to SEO Your Offline Brand Materials“. I had a great time going off on a tangent related to how Google will be using imagery in the future to determine relevancy and ranking for websites. Give it a read and share it on Twitter or Google+.
SwellPath is Hiring
Yep! We’re looking to add someone new to our team. The person who ends up getting hired will have the sweet op to work with me (and our PPC-specialist, Danish). If you have a passion for search, [Read more…] about Weekly Digest
A week or so ago, I realized I’d been completely negligent of my bamboo plant for what must have been quite a while; its cube had been dry for some time. I refilled its water immediately, but after a few more days, I came into the office and found it in a truly gruesome and pitiful state (left). [Read more…] about Bamboo Plant Repair
I’m Going to be Spending a Lot More Time on Quora
I got re-excited about Quora.com this week and decided to start making a habit of participating in that community. While it’s a cool idea and is fun, I also find that answering people’s questions about my areas of expertise (SEO, Web Development, etc) helps me cement my own ideas and beliefs. It’s easy to take certain pieces of information for granted, but if someone’s asking me for knowledge and I’m stepping in as the “expert”, it really makes me stop and ponder if I really have the right answer. It’s often said that if you can’t explain a concept clearly to someone else, you don’t understand it. So thanks, Quora, for helping make me more awesome and knowledgable.