Over the last few months, I have switched gears, having decided to launch a new business venture called Fox Digital Search. Why Fox? Because a fox, as you may know, is wily. And, sometimes in SEO, one has to be cunning to get ahead of the competition. After all, we like capitalism, do we not? Maybe we’re not that fond of Trump capitalism, but at least we like capital enough to put food on the table. Now, I was once a WordPress one stop shop for small businesses, doing the programming grind. But then I saw that my resources were increasingly being directed toward SEO. More to the point, I like SEO and find that I am pretty good at recognizing patterns that often come out of the data that both Google and Bing cough up.

So where does that leave me?

Looking for more business, of course!

If you happen to be reading this, then you are probably the person I want to target and there is a good chance that your website may be suffering from the SEO blues. You may have glanced a few sites, unsure as to where you feel most comfortable investing your time and money. And, just as in life, there are  people saying a lot of things that may or may not be relevant.

This begs a very important question—what is relevant?

The answer is simple. What is relevant is what gets results. What is relevant is what outsmarts the competition and gets your business moving.

In the twenty-first century, more often than not, SEO is your client base. Liken poor SEO to a nineteen-fifties mom and pop store on Main Street with the shop windows all boarded up and the lights off.

Would you even think of knocking on the door?

Probably not.