Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Interview Alert! It’s Wordstream’s Elisa Gabbert!

ShareTweet Elisa Gabbert is the content manager at WordStream, where she runs the WordStream Internet Marketing Blog and helps market the company’s AdWords software, PPC management services and keyword research tools. She also writes poetry and perfume criticism. She currently lives in Denver. You can follow her on Twitter at @egabbert (but expect tasteless jokes and bad puns).   1. Can you give us a summary of your SEO experience thus far? What is your current niche? I got into the SEO industry about five years ago, sort of by accident – I was working as an editorial assistant on a website at a big media company. Their model was to run a bunch of highly targeted websites (each aimed [...]

Interview With Tami Dalley: SES London 2010

ShareTweet In the final of our SES London 2010 interviews, Tami Dalley of Acronym Media gives us some great in-depth advice about multi-layered approaches to data analysis; particularly useful for difficult, non-comparable and small data-sets.

Interview With Fantomaster: SES London (Part II)

ShareTweet In this second of a two- part interview with Fantomaster, we talk pills, porn, casino and the nature of risk in SEO; automation and the future in an increasingly social-interpersonal world. Plus!.. “The Julie Joyce Inaugural Music Question.” In tomorrow’s interview Tami Dalley, of Acronym Media will be talking to me about sophistocated keyword and data analysis for complex data-sets.

Interview With Fantomaster: SES London 2010 (Part I)

ShareTweet Hopefully by now you will be over your conference fatigue, post SES and pre SMX. We thought now might be a good time to share with you some of the video interviews we did at SES London. In this first interview with Fantomaster, (Ralph Tegtemeier) gives a bit of insight into the history and evolution of the business. In part II tomorrow, Fantomaster talks about the nature of automation and attitudes towards it…

Key Insights from KeyRelevance’s Christine Churchill

ShareTweet It’s no secret that the SEO industry is full of stunning women. No, Jane and Lisa didn’t pay me to write that but I’d be happy to accept payment, if they insist. KeyRelevance‘s Christine Churchill, however, takes it to a new level. Obviously being a supermodel simply didn’t interest her. At the risk of gushing like a 14 year old boy, this woman is an absolute goddess. In our wonderful email conversations and during the unfortunately brief time we had to chat at LondonSEO, I discovered that pedestals were created especially for women like this. Without further embarrassing nonsense on my part, I give you the lovely Christine Churchill, who was kind enough to let me interview her, something [...]

Social Media Superstar, NowSourcing’s: Brian Wallace

ShareTweet If anybody remembers the IMNY Charity Party last year, it was a great place to network. It was also my very first networking event in the industry and it is also where I met a very friendly Brian Wallace, President of NowSourcing. He is the writer of the NowSourcing blog, which is the place to be if you are interested in learning more about Digg, Mixx, Twitter, etc. Brian also founded a new blog that is making a lot of noise: Collective-Thoughts, the collective Social Media blog who’s contributors are impressive to say the least. Brian rounded up some of my most favorite SMM people on the net; Andy Beard, Glen Allsopp, Mark Laymon, Marty Weintraub, Rose Sylvia, Shana [...]