I was asked to lead an impromptu session on SEO at PodCamp Pittsburgh 3, no prep, no time, just right on in there and get going. I’m trying not to say classes.
It was interesting though, I’ve lead enough sessions, sat in enough sessions (good and bad) to know pretty much what to do.
Luckily I’ve been somewhat interested in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) of late so I was able to lead and answer questions to the point that those in the session actually, really got something out of it.
If you have any kind of a web presence you need to be looking at your SEO, even if you just practice the basics it’s still something that is critical to business.
Here’s something to consider too – What about people all over the world? are you catering to their SEO needs? People, have language barriers, spell words differently (color/colour) all over the world and use different words for every day products (vacuum cleaner/hoover).
What about SEO Melbourne for your Australian customers?
How do you cater to your international readers, customers and clients?
Author: Andy Quayle
Andy was born in the Isle of Man and currently lives in Pittsburgh.
Known globally as a willing source for tech news and views, Andy takes great pride in consultation and education.
Should his schedule permit, Andy is available to help you with your SEO and Web Analytics needs.