Welcome to Guest Post Week on the Bruce Clay, Inc. Blog
Monday can be tricky to navigate, but here’s a little sunshine to brighten the week-long journey ahead! It’s guest blogger week on the BCI blog, and we’re thrilled to have a few Internet marketing industry super stars stopping by our happy home. Check in every day for what we hope offers a light-bulb moment. Let’s all give a warm welcome to these awesome guests.
Chris Silver Smith: Chris, director of optimization strategies at KeyRelevance, is a copious blogger who can be found offering opinion and reporting at his blog, Silvery.com, and on the Search Engine Land column Locals Only. He’s also on Twitter, @si1very, and now here on the Bruce Clay, Inc. blog — this week only!
Read Chris’s post for power optimization tactics for your images: 10 Image Optimization Tips For Local SEO
Colin Jeavons: Colin is the CEO and founder of NTENT, a company using semantic search technology to enhance the visual appeal and relevancy of paid search results. A former political blogger, Colin will be sharing his perspective of the future of better advertising through semantic search. Check out Vertical Search Works on Twitter at @WithNTENT.
Read Colin’s post to discover how small businesses can better reach customers with semantic search technology for online ads: A Shortcut to the Grail: How Semantic Search Can Boost Internet Marketing for Small Businesses
Tracy Falke: A new-to-the-wild Internet marketing consultant, Tracy is a repeat guest blogger thanks to her sharp insights and irresistible charms. For proof, see her last post for us, Big Business Heart Social Media 4ever. I expect the same brutal honesty coming your way this week. For a year-round dose, follow Tracy on Twitter at @Tracy_Falke.
Read Tracy’s post to journey to a not-so-distant future where implanted and wearable computer chips allow for visual search: Augmented Reality and the Future of Visual Search
Mitch Monsen: Unafraid of tackling technical SEO topics as a blogger, Mitch is CEO of SEO consultancy firm WhiteFireSEO. He specializes in on-page optimization strategies and tactics and content creation, along with filling in as a guest blogger in a pinch. ;) Follow Mitch on Twitter at @mitchmonsen.
Read Mitch’s post for a reality check about Web content’s over-rated reputation in SEO: Dethroning the King: Why Great Content Won’t Beat Your Competition