May is just around the corner as we begin catapulting further into warmer weather systems. Things have been cooking at the WebiMax brand. We’re all excited by the momentum and successes ahead. A lot of helpful content has been coming out of the SEOservices and WebiMax websites. Did you get a chance to read all of it?
Be sure to notice some of the highlights from last week below:
Execs around the Web
Todd Bailey has written some posts for Search Engine Journal, a popular SEO blog. SEJ posted The Game of Business this week; but, don’t forget to revisit older marketing articles from him on the platform.
Get to know Jason and his writing better by frequently visiting the WebiMax and SEOservices platforms.
Ryan enjoys giving business owners insight on international search engine optimization as well as tackles a variety of business topics involving online marketing. Last week, Ryan wrote about the ethics of tech firms, local search, social engagement, and others.
Ryan tweets and writes regularly during the week. Don’t miss his new posts; or, risk losing out on ISEO insights.
Jillian has been a writer with WebiMax for some time and recently joined the internal marketing team. We are lucky to have her. Jillian has a penchant for social media understanding; but, writes on a variety of SEO topics. Last week, Jillian addressed using social media for real estate, social media and healthcare, online review trust, and more.
Jillian is busily at work on the WebiMax and SEOservices platforms during the week. Check in regularly to get her help.
Anthony enjoys writing on a number of business strategies including branding and reputation management. Last week, Anthony wrote on professional networking, boring branding, and self social media usage. Anthony writes regularly and passionately; be sure to check him out.
Last Thursday, the Mt. Laurel, NJ office hosted its ‘Bring Your Daughter/Son to Work Day.’ Many aspiring SEO and online marketing professionals were in attendance and glad to spend time with family and friends.
Happy Seounday! I don’t even parenthesize the “eo” anymore. I’m pretty sure Webster’s is admitting it in the next iteration (Did you hear about Brittanica?). It was a good week for SEO firms, readers, and online marketing clients. A lot of good information was produced from within the industry. Let’s get started.
Let’s add a little mood music; here’s some Johann Bach for your pleasure.
Our PR Manager, John Borkowski, often keeps contact with local and national reporters, offering WebiMax insight. Take a look at our press page. CEO, Ken Wisnefski, and other executives often add to popular stories and topics. Here are two from this past week:
Are you in the market for SEO services and a range of online marketing solutions? Contact WebiMax to get started. There’s no initial obligation, just help.
ISEO – Do you know Ryan Buddenhagen? He provides awesome clarification on international business strategies via our Casual Friday video with Todd Bailey. He also writes about ISEO on a regular basis from the WebiMax SEO blog.
Other Webi/SEOservices bloggers to read:
Jason Wersits gravitates toward social media, keeping his finger on the ever-so-often changes to the SMO landscape.
Bruce Rymshaw pens his SEO 101 posts regularly, giving new clients and interested parties tidbits of search engine optimization information in an easy-to-understand fashion.
Verse from across the SEO universe:
Good day to you, online marketing blog readers! I hope you enjoyed the last full week of February as you prepare to wrestle out of winter hibernation and fly into spring off the top ropes. Speaking of, not all need to come out of winter slumber; Pandas don’t hibernate. Speaking of, SEL released a well-done 2011 Google Panda memorial infograph (I also liked the one done by Falling Up Media) yesterday.
It reminds us that natural link building (did you see Jon Cooper’s link building strategies resource? – wow!), the process of intriguing others to link to your content, is performed using a variety of implementations. Speaking of, John Doherty discussed the three tenets of content marketing on his personal blog.
Speaking of, Michael King (aka ipullrank) hosted Sweet Titled Tweets Fit the Wit in Twitter on his personal blog (thanks, Michael!) done by me (aka content muse). Why use an alias? Maybe it’s cool or maybe to keep social media worlds from colliding, I need to separate my social and professional worlds; but, I’m posting on a Saturday; it’s already begun! I wish I didn’t know those SEO suggestions… Speaking of…
SF Gate: Facebook’s mobile applications
The Street: Five Products You Shouldn’t Buy Online
Meet more “Maxers” via our Casual Friday video, addressing social media’s importance in SEO. The videos are arranged by our Digital VP, Todd Bailey, who also devises his Bailey Daily (yesterday’s post).
Todd manages our team of writers, who you can read ‘on the reg’ at our SEO blog. We can’t get along without him. Speaking of, we couldn’t get along without a man of modesty, Chris Countey, who proliferates as writer, speaker, overall SEO strategist, and great teammate. Speaking of, I have plenty others, like on the blog team. Have you met some of them? I think you should.
Durba wrote some good posts this week. I particularly liked one focused on Pinterest; it’s great to get catchall tips but Durba provides examples of particular brands using the marketing platform well. Durba also addressed new mobile application, Instagram. Is it just another or something different?
Ryan is an incredible addition, spanning the globe in his ISEO writings. For instance, he takes readers from NYC to Berlin, discussing Pinwheel and travel. Yesterday, Ryan embarked on part one of his Google’s ‘Get Your Business Online’ report. If you’re in front of your computer, or anywhere in the world leveraging Webimax mobile, be sure to land eyes on part deuce.
Bruce likes writing from our sister, SEOservices site. (Have you been checking out the content there? We’re building a community and would love your contributions!) Bruce helps the writers make the best use of time while penning his SEO 101 post, offering great insights for SEO newcomers, like his content goes social and enterprise SEO pieces.
Other great reads from the week:
Michael King – The New SEO Process (Quit Being Kanye)
Dr. Pete – 2 User Metrics That Matter for SEO
Anthony Mangia – The Last Link Building Strategy Your Business Will Ever Need (great discussions in comment section)
Vanessa Fox – Is SEO Killing America?