Any questions regarding search engine optimization (SEO) and website marketing. I can answer specific questions regarding keyword research, link building, website development, website usability, and social media, as well as general small business questions.
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While no official credentials exists in our field I have written numerous SEO articles and tutorials that are published in highly traffic SEO sites, blogs and forums.
I am frequently asked to speak at Search Engine conferences nationwide, including SEMpdx, Webmasterworld's PubCon and Small Business Marketing: Unleashed.
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