A brilliant executive is the one who can spot a pattern with the fewest possible facts.

— Fred Adler

Budgeting for SEO costs: How to make it work

So you know your favorite keywords, you know what people are searching for within your niche. You have seen the data that shows hundreds or thousands of unique visitors each day are hunting for [your favorite search term].   And the kicker is you offer a solution to exactly what those poor people are browsing for. […]

Top 5 Takeaways from SMX West 2014: Great Tips for SEOs and Web Publishers

SMX West 2014 in San Jose presented by Search Engine Land is the complete Search Engine Marketing and Optimizing conference for both experienced and middle of the road online marketers.  This conference is specifically targeted for the SEO and SEM community.  We can see that there is a fantastic change occurring where the focus for […]

Beware! SEOs Are Going to be Getting Desparate in 2014

The playing field for the SEO is changing drastically.  2014 is the year that the SEO is 80% focused on content.  Creating new highly compelling content, and getting rid of any sub-par content.  For SEO groups still living in the age of early 2013 and prior, its time to revamp your strategies.   I was sitting […]

SEO Guest Lecture at BIS in Pasadena, CA

I would like to thank BIS for inviting me to be a part of their lecture series.  We had a fantastic response with a great number of questions from our presentation and discussion on Online User Experience (UX) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).  The bulk of the discussion focused around trends in the online marketing […]

SEO Guest Lecture at Building Industry Show in Pasadena, CA

If you are in the Southern California area and do not have anything to do this afternoon, Jeremy Oms will be teaming up with Sherryl Anderson from Night Owl Bay to present a quick session on the latest trends in Online Web Marketing at the Building Industry Show at the Pasadena Convention Center.  Focusing specifically […]

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