Bruce Clay Blog - Bruce Clay, Inc.November 22, 2013
Search & Social Workshop Triple Header Is a Can’t Miss for Bay Area Marketers — Plus a Promo Code for a Can’t-Be-Beat Price!
It’s Christmas come early for Bay Area Internet marketers next month when Search Engine Journal hosts a limited-engagement SEO and social media marketing workshop led by Facebook Director Matt Idema, SEJ Managing Editor John Rampton and SEO industry pioneer Bruce Clay.
Opportunities to get marketing advice from a Facebook executive in an intimate setting are rare, even in San Francisco’s hotbed of tech entrepreneurialism. An hour with a Facebook exec, including time for Q&A, doesn’t usually come outside a full industry conference pass. Bruce Clay’s training is a deep-dive SEO experience that every marketer who thinks he knows SEO should experience. A day of training with Bruce at a conference like SMX can cost more than $1,000.
On Dec. 3, 50 people will get to spend the afternoon with these top-of-field experts getting in-person advice on leveraging the Internet’s hottest platforms — Google, Facebook and Pinterest.
Get your seat here for just $89 with promotion code bruceclayVIP.
October 30, 2013
Fondly known to the search marketing industry as a founding father of SEO, Bruce received the Lifetime Achievement Award of Excellence in Vision, Execution and Market Influence in the Practice of Search Marketing. As founder and president of Bruce Clay, Inc., a global Internet marketing agency founded in 1996, he accepted the honor earlier this month at the annual digital marketing conference Bend WebCAM in Bend, Oregon.
Everyone who works with Bruce knows a man whose passion for the business of SEO runs the full spectrum. Bruce gets a thrill from the technical workings of algorithms and the science of gaining rankings. Bruce has a knack for listening to the stories of business owners and matching their needs to creative solutions. Bruce is a people person energized by the larger-than-life personalities that fill industry gatherings — his own to be counted among them. And every person who has ever worked at Bruce Clay, Inc. knows that Bruce cares for employees like family and takes a deep and genuine interest in supporting their personal and professional success. And so we compiled a slideshow to showcase some of Bruce’s personal side.
Get to know Bruce Clay, a guy who cares about SEO and employees, an industry pioneer. Read more.
July 18, 2011
As social networks continue to grow, online competitions are being used more often as a mechanism to encourage people to follow a brand. As these online competitions become more popular, people are being faced with something they’re not so used to in our world of instant gratification; patience. You win a movie ticket – that […]
May 28, 2010
Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened. – Dr. Seuss Alas, this will be my final blog post at Bruce Clay Australia. My time at Bruce Clay has been excellent and I will miss the team heaps. Enough with the sentimentality, it’s time to get on with the show. Photo by xJasonRogersx via […]
May 19, 2010
Welcome to our monthly SEO update for April 2010. This update highlights key news in the SEO industry during April 2010, key SEO related blog posts from our bloggers in the US and Australia, key articles covered in our global newsletter and key podcasts from our Webmaster radio show. Photo by Per Ola Wiberg ~ […]
May 12, 2010
Once again our team of analysts have combed the various SEO, online marketing, SEM and other geeky resources on the web and have come up with a few highlights for the past month. Photo by Ed Yourdon via Creative Commons SEOMOZ-”The Definitive How-To Guide For Conversion Rate Optimization” Conversion rate optimization is… Finding out why […]
May 7, 2010
Wow the big G has been busy lately, rolling out this, debuting that. Two of the newest innovations that have been revealed are the new keyword data within Google webmaster tools and a redesign of the Google homepage, not only in the US for chrome users but now in Australia for most browser users, most […]
April 27, 2010
We have been having some periodic problems with the commenting system at the BCA blog. I think we have just about cracked the problem, so comment away all you fantastic readers.
April 23, 2010
The last session of the day and my back is thankful for that. Here are some great insights from the site clinic: www.goodness.com.au URL’s should be short and descriptive, not full of unknown parameters Have text behind an image Use header tags Don’t use session id’s 404 error page could be improved Make sure www […]
Greg starts off by showing us a real-time result for the volcano in Iceland. Real time is shown for a small fraction of queries when Google thinks it’s relevant. You can also get the real time results by clicking on the latest result within the more options section of the google search page. New feature […]