I always welcome opportunities to connect with other online marketing enthusiasts, and to help time-strapped blog owners by contributing a guest post. It’s a fantastic way to build new relationships, and to learn something new in the process. To keep things organized, I catalog all of my guest posts on this page.
Search Engine Journal
- How to Use Foursquare to Get Reviews for Your Local Business
- How to Evaluate Guest Blog Post Prospects in Five Easy Steps
- How a Local Bakery Grew Its Mailing List from 3 to 300
MarketingProfs Daily Fix
- Tracking PDF Downloads as Conversion Goals with Google Analytics
- How Small Business Owners Can Benefit from Crowdbooster
- Two Easy and Free Ways to Find Guest Bloggers
- How to Measure Mobile Traffic to Your Website Using Google Analytics
- Marketing #Fail: A Short Case Study
- 10 Elements of a Highly Effective Blog
- Local Search Citations: What They Are and How to Get Them
- When it Comes to Local Business, SEO Trump Social Media
- Your Business Website Is Not a Digital Brochure: Importance of Link-Worthy Content
- Three Common SEO Mistakes and How to Fix Them, Part 1
- Cheap SEO: The Truth Behind Automatic Link Building
Daily SEO Tip
During the summer of 2010, I worked as a full time writer and researcher for St. Petersburg Times‘s PolitiFact.com, a national politics fact-checking website. Over the course three months, I fact-checked everyone from President Obama to Rep. Ron Paul to various liberal and political bloggers and pundits. Below, I highlight some of my all-time favorite fact-checks:
- Maddow claims spending is more stimulative than tax cuts
- Immigration law author claims 60 percent of Arizona Hispanics support the measure
- Ron Paul claims money supply has doubled
- Did the stimulus cost more than the war in Iraq?
- Ron Paul says U.S. spends $1 trillion on foreign policy
- Glenn Beck host says Obama may soon be able to shut down the Internet
I am a senior at The University of Chicago, where I study political science. I am also a proud pug owner, and a technology, marketing, personal finance, and productivity junkie.
I started this blog to share my passions with others, and to document general lessons learned from living as a 20-something.