Matthew Capala is the Founder and Managing Director at Alphametic, a boutique SEO agency, Internet entrepreneur, speaker, publisher of Search Decoder, and author of award-winning international bestseller “SEO Like I’m 5.” He writes on the The Next Web, Entrepreneur and Medium. His work and ideas have been featured on Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, Mashable, Problogger, and Inc. Matthew enjoys surfing, reading historical fiction, and travel. Matthew Capala is a sought-after international speaker and trainer. He’s given high-energy talks at Internet Summit, Techmunch, Social Media Week, ePharma, Great Ideas at C-Level, Digital Summit, Digital Transformation Assembly, and Search Marketing Day. He’s been invited to deliver his signature SEO workshops to some of the world’s largest brands in destinations ranging from a luxury retreat in Trinidad to a corporate summit in the Swiss Alps. Matthew speaks on the topics of Google, SEO, personal branding, content marketing, and online entrepreneurship. The 2nd, 2016 edition of his recent book, "Facebook Marketing Like I'm 5," is now available on Amazon.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an ever-changing industry. What’s hot and relevant one month might not be the next. Business owners and marketers need to stay current on trends in SEO if they want to be at the top of their game. One of the best ways to stay informed is to track (and learn from) key statistics.
I recently did an inventory of all the internet marketing tools I’ve used over years for my recent Kindle resource, 99 SEO Tools for 99 Cents. While it’s great to know that there are multiple tools available on the market to solve any SEO need, I wanted to bring the list down to the 10 essential social media tools for social media marketers with limited time and resources.
Here is a totally subjective list of the top SEOs to follow on Twitter (in no particular order). This is not an SEO seniority list or yet another popularity contest for link building. If you follow the SEO folks listed here, you are in a good company.
For the past couple months I have been working with WikiReviews, a better place for online reviews, to help them launch their platform, and we put together couple statistics that inspired us when we thought about the value we can deliver not only to the review and wiki communities, but also to small businesses that suffer from spam and negative reviews which pollute existing platforms.
In his recent social media bestseller, “Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook,” Gary Vaynerchuk tells marketers and businesses what boxing can teach them about marketing. The rules of boxing haven't changed over years, and the same holds true for marketing.