Content marketing and SEO
I was Editorial Director for Security Media at TechTarget.com and, before that, Editorial Director at the Black Hat conference. I launched IoTAgenda.com. We can nail your content starting today. Scroll down to learn more.
I create content that increases inbound leads for tech companies, mostly security vendors, some startups, some large and well established.
Content means content strategy and search engine optimization (SEO). Deliverables are blog entries, videos, eBooks, podcasts, online tools and apps.
I help translate technical ideas into posts that advance your marketing strategy while bringing value to your readers.
I learned SEO while an Editorial Director at TechTarget. They rank in the top 10 for 37,000 B2B technology keywords.
Ongoing clients receive a detailed monthly accounting tracking such things as top-ranking keywords, backlinks, suggested tweaks to existing pages, and more.
For clients who’d like the help, I manage pay-per-click (PPC) and any other needed aspects of inbound campaigns.
Custom Keyword Tool
Ongoing clients get access to a keyword database custom tailored to their niche and solely to security industry keywords.
Creative in General
I’ve produced eBooks, podcasts, and online videos since the dawn of Internet Time (or something like that).
Let’s take your digital content marketing to the next level.
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Reduce Bounce Rate
If readers find your content page doesn’t provide what they are looking for, they are gone. And your ranking in Google search results will suffer as a result. Draw readers in and keep them on page…
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