Not wanting to miss any good SEO conferences in 2014 I’ve created this list and a map, hope you find it helpful. Please see below for more info:
Hey! Below is a collaborative blog post from 14 leading SEOs I follow and in some way admire. They were kind enough to spare some of their precious busy time and share their tips on how to start your own SEO business. Whether it’s a company or just being a freelancer you’re after I guarantee you’ll find nuggets of knowledge (or a whole motherload of it if you read all of the below) to get you started. Enjoy and please thank them for contributing by following/retweeting their stuff cos they’re really top guys.
Today I’ll show how you can visualise Twitter data (for example for a local SEO conference as I did in this example) to generate nice curated content and display trends. Hopefully you’ll find this as useful as I did. Here’s a taster of how the graphs you create today may look:
I’m typing this post on the train from Brighton to East Grinstead – my last day commuting to Jellyfish. I moved in with my girlfriend and out of Brighton a few days ago you see. It’s been a great time working for Jellyfish, they’re a great and talented agency, spanning now three continents and wide array of services. Some really great people I had pleasure to work alongside! For me now it’s time for a change, another leap forward in my life, I’m joining RocketMill tomorrow (1st of May) – a smaller agency, but with a great team and offering and with a soul and passion for what they do. It was a really hard decision, but the timing was so right and the approach of guys from RocketMill seems to be aligned with my current vision of how I want to do things at this stage in my life. Thank you to everyone I worked alongside and thanks to [...]
Hey! People often ask me why haven’t I started my own agency yet – why do I only do some freelance gigs on side of my main job. Also, recently a lot of big name (and slightly smaller name – composed of less letters or thinner ones, like ‘i’ or ‘l’ as compared to ‘w’ or ‘m’) went freelance or started new companies (so called startups). I wanted to find out what drives them towards these decisions and how they’re getting on. This is in a way follow up to my Q&A on starting your own business with 14 established SEO experts. Below are their answers to my set of questions – please do feel free to post questions in comments I’ll pass them on to a particular person – if you’re interested to know more. Also – I follow all these guys on Twitter – they share great advice on regular basis so I strongly suggest you follow them [...]
Recently I realise more and more how busy I am with my life and it seems to me from recent reading that it’s a very common issue. A while back I stumbled across this post by Chris Winfield – listing 103 different ways to be happier. We chatted with Chris as I thanked him for the list and asked if I can reproduce his work in a different format – he agreed (thanks again Chris).