It’s hard to convey the huge variety of topics we covered in this action-packed episode with just a 60-character title! Myriam Jessier is an SEO Trainer, SEO Consultant, and co-owner of PRAGM, a technical marketing agency. She speaks three languages and has been doing SEO for over 15 years. I had a blast talking with
If you’re looking for creative ideas and strategies for creating more authoritative content and earning backlinks passively, this episode is for you! Monique is an SEO Consultant, Digital Strategist, Content Creator, Podcaster, and lots more. After nearly three years with the Wiideman Consulting Group where she led a 20% average increase in inbound organic search
125: The Worst Technical SEO Mistakes To Avoid w/Olga Zarr
August 22, 2022
My guest today Olga Zarr audited over 100 sites in a two-year period – and from that compiled a massive list of 99+ tech SEO mistakes. On today’s episode, we talk through some of the worst of the worst tech SEO mistakes you should avoid. And, answer some tech SEO questions from Twitter. Listen
If you’re struggling to generate blog traffic that actually converts – this episode is for you! My guest Araminta Robertson is managing director at Mint Studios, a content marketing agency that focuses on creating content that generates business, not just traffic. Araminta will be speaking at Brighton SEO this Fall, she has hosted her own podcasts
Tech SEO fans and anyone passionate about the SEO industry, this episode is for you! My guest for this episode is Jori Ford! Jori Ford is currently Chief Marketing Officer at FoodBoss, which is a food delivery search comparison engine. Prior to that, she was Sr. Director of SEO and Content at G2 among many
121: In-House, Large Scale SEO (Migrations, Crawl Optimization & More) w/Becky Westmoreland
February 15, 2021
Tech SEO fans this episode is for you! If you are curious about what it’s like doing SEO for a site with 70M+ URLs indexed, how to handle challenging issues like migrating millions of URLs across 250,000+ distinct websites, and what it’s like doing SEO in-house for such a gigantic site you’ll definitely want to
What does Google core updates have to do with the now old concept of the “Google Dance”? The Google Dance was an SEO nuisance from years ago, and the core updates are a more modern challenge. The connection lies in the fact that you can’t separate the past of SEO from where we are today.
Jon Morrow has consistently and repetitively grown the blog traffic for several sites and organizations. In the early days of CopyBlogger, he helped take them to 3.5M page views a month. He then helped KissMetrics grow from 0-130,000 visits per month. And he has grown his own site SmartBlogger to well over 140,000 monthly visits
118: How To Help Large Organizations Win at SEO w/Melanie Phung
November 23, 2020
In this episode: How to work on SEO effectively with big organizations Working with both content and tech teams — and how to get them to actually execute Why understanding the HISTORY of a company, organization and website is important before giving recommendations What do you do if you get push back against SEO advice?