A few days ago, The Wizard of Moz, Mr. Rand Fishkin himself shared 25 minutes of fascinating advice and tips on how to launch, grow, and run a successful SEO business in 2016. As he described, about 40% of Moz’s 35,000 users are SEO service providers, so Rand has an amazing and truly unique perspective on this topic. The next 25 minutes could be the most important 25 minutes of 2016, so listen up, watch and take a few notes.
Who should watch this video chat?
- SEO Companies, Freelancers and Contractors
- Any SEO service providers
- Digital Marketing Agencies and Startups
- Web Design Companies, Freelancers and Contractors
- Anyone looking to start a career in digital marketing or SEO
- Content Marketing Companies, Freelancers and Contractors
What topics do we cover?
- How to start a SEO business.
- How to transition into SEO at any age.
- SEO Sales terminology (i.e., SEO versus Content Marketing)
- Is SEO dying?
- Providing other services.
- Should SEO companies be worried about DIY SEO tools?
- Should SEO companies be worried about in-house SEO teams
Watch the Video Chat
More about Rand:
As they say in entertainment, Rand really needs no introduction. He’s earned his reputation in the SEO world. But if you want to learn more about Rand, know that Rand is the Founder and former CEO of Moz.com, SEO Software, tools and resources. You can learn more about Rand at moz.com/rand or follow Rand on Twitter @randfish.
3 of my favorite Rand quotes:
- “You have to ask yourself, whenever you are producing any type of content, Who will amplify this and why?” ~ Rand Fishkin
- “Never, ever, ever use a subdomain or a separate root domain to host your blog.” ~ Rand Fishkin
- “A click-worthy title is actually worth a lot more than just a perfectly keyword-targeted title.” ~ Rand Fishkin
I hope you find as much value as I did in this video. It was truly eye-opening. A special thanks to Rand Fishkin for taking the time out of his busy day to share his views on how to grow a SEO company in 2016.Digital & Social Articles on Business 2 Community