SEO/SMO Experts Virginia Nussey, Mindy Weinstein and Kristi Kellogg

Episode 25 January 21, 2020 00:22:23
SEO/SMO Experts Virginia Nussey, Mindy Weinstein and Kristi Kellogg
Social PR Secrets: public relations podcast for entrepreneurs by Lisa Buyer
SEO/SMO Experts Virginia Nussey, Mindy Weinstein and Kristi Kellogg
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Show Notes

During this interview, Lisa Buyer sat down with Mindy Weinstein (SEO manager and trainer), Virginia Nussey (content and media manager), and Kristi Kellogg (a content writer) when they worked together as part of the Bruce Clay content team.

Bruce Clay, Inc. is a global digital marketing agency and a leading provider of search engine optimization services, consulting, and training. 

During this segment, we get to hear all about SEO and SMO from three experts. Search engine optimization is important for thriving in this digital world, learning their tips and tricks to be successful. Kristi talks about why you should be mindful of your hashtags, while Mindy and Virginia discuss the importance of having quality content that speaks to the readers. Tune in to find out more about SEO and SMO and what they recommend to get the most exposure!

“Every time you fail to use a hashtag or you fail to tag someone, you’re missing valuable opportunities to get your message seen by more people” - Kristi Kellogg

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