PAGES Issue #6 | Now Available
Welcome back folks! We’re excited to be announcing Issue #6 of PAGES.
In this issue, we’ve featured a variety of articles on some pretty interesting topics in search. We explore subjects like international SEO, bias in Google’s results, and several features focused on getting the most you can from your search initiatives.
Let’s get to know the contributors from Issue #6!
Our Contributors to Issue #6 of PAGES
Charles Taylor is a regular PAGES contributor and is currently the SEO Manager for Verizon’s Fios division. Charles loves testing SEO theories to find truths that lead to better digital marketing outcomes. He’s always looking for ways to help new and established companies solve their SEO challenges.
This time, Charles tests a myth about political bias in search results. Check out his piece to learn what he found!
David is the CEO of U.K.-based search marketing agency Red Hot Penny, practiced digital marketer, and a guest lecturer at the University of Surrey. David is passionate about digital marketing and sharing his knowledge of the field.
We sat down with David to talk about his work to get search marketing on the lesson plan for post-grad marketing students in this issue. Stay tuned for the recorded version of his interview, coming up on Between the Pages.
Ronell is a digital content strategist and branding consultant for B2B and B2C businesses. He’s an expert content marketer, strategist, blogger, and SMB coach who’s helped many brands get their online marketing in order.
Ronell shares a method for applying search intent insights, to help marketers build content that ranks, in this issue of PAGES.
Britney is Senior SEO Strategist at Moz. She’s passionate about data-driven marketing, dabbles in machine learning, and often shares what she knows on stage at digital marketing conferences. Britney is also the founder of boutique medical marketing agency Pryde Marketing.
Britney outlines a process to help you prioritize SEO tasks to maximize investments in her article in our sixth issue.
Julia is founder and CEO of content marketing agency Express Writers. She’s written two books on content writing, teaches courses on content marketing, and hosts The Write Podcast, which focuses on stories, lessons, and strategies in the content marketing field.
Julia lends an expert’s perspective on building solid content marketing strategies in this issue of PAGES.
Tania is a content specialist at multi-lingual marketing agency Digital Crew. She and the Digital Crew team help companies with international presence expand their influence and make an impact in new markets.
In this issue of PAGES, she gives readers an introduction to SEO for Baidu, the Chinese search engine.
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News About PAGES Magazine
We’re also very excited to announce a change that we’ve made in the interest of our readers — subscribers can now download the current issue of PAGES in our archive, as well as having access to all back issues.
Don’t forget to share your thoughts on Issue #6 on one of our social media channels using the tag #pagesSEOmagazine, or to share PAGES with your friends who could benefit from it. We love hearing what you think!
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Don’t forget to tune in to Between the Pages as well — we’ll be featuring some exciting conversations with new guests from this issue in the coming weeks. Listen and get updates on new episodes here.
We’re also very excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Moz as a sponsor of MozCon this year! It’s bound to be a great show. If you’ll be there, please plan to stop by the PAGES booth to say hi to the crew. We love talking about the PAGES mission and sharing ways to get involved, and can’t wait to spend some time with our readers and former, current, and upcoming contributors!
As always, thank you for supporting and reading PAGES. We can’t wait to hear what you think of the stories featured in Issue #6.