The July Raleigh SEO Meetup was our first attempt at an “Ask Us Anything” panel. The idea is to allow people to ask experts questions that have been stumping them.
We were lucky enough to have some of the smartest people in the world available. The participants were split between live at the event (hosted by our friends at Atlantic Creative) and dialing in via Google Hangout.Continue reading
The May SEO Meetup came on the heels of Memorial Day weekend, but that didn’t stop Marty Martin from bringing his A game down to Raleigh for us.
Marty is a managing partner and search analyst for the Raleigh, North Carolina based Adapt Partners, a search and digital strategy agency. Marty has been working in the search industry since 2003 and specializes in technical SEO and the Magento and WordPress platforms.
Marty spent an hour or so talking about how search is being influenced by the social signals that are now flooding the Internet, especially Google+.
The Raleigh SEO Meetup was lucky enough to have two great speakers for our SMB and Local SEO event.
Jeremy Rivera is a Product Marketing Manager for Raven Tools but has a long and deep love affair with SEO and specifically local SEO. Jeremy started in SEO in the snake’s den of Real Estate SEO, so he knows how tough local can be. Continue reading
The March 2013 Raleigh SEO Meetup will go down as one of the most memorable in the 5 years I’ve been attending. Epic is the word I would use to describe it.
Don’t try to water the horses. Make heros out of the brave. #SEOMeetup
— Nolan Ether (@NolanEther) March 26, 2013
We were lucky to have three SEO superstars present to the Raleigh SEO Meetup last night.
Alan Bleiweiss has been helping sites since the mid-1990’s figure out where they’re going wrong by providing best-in-class forensic SEO audits. He is a sought after speaker at SEO confrences all over the world and a regular contributor to industry sites like Search Engine Journal and Search Marketing Wisdom. Alan joined us via Google Hangout from beautiful Santa Monica, California.Continue reading
Last night was the first time we broadcast our Meetup to the world. We used Google Hangouts on Air to share the SEO Basics presentation with anyone who wanted to learn. I was lucky enough to convince Ashley Berman Hale to join us for the inaugural Hangout on Air.
I was very happy to have the additional outlet because the response to the live event was overwhelming, 240 people registered to attend!
Thanks to Nikol at Talking Moose Media for handling all of the event details and getting us set up to broadcast. There were lots of technical challenges that Nikol took care of so the rest of us could just get on with the Meetup. After the wifi shortage, the lighting difficulties, someone’s hair burning against a flood light we finally got started about 10 minutes late…