Some of you might have heard of him Peter Slevin, from SEO-NI.com, the Web 2.0 SEO Expert. He's been a good friend of mine for some time now, and I for one can highly reccomend his services. After using them with my blog at Tech.co.nr, (where a link can be found out of gratitude), I found my Alexa rank soar dramatically. Here's the interview with him.div>I usually work on small to medium sized enterprises, although I currenty am
What was your first experience of the internet and when?
I first came across the internet about 1996, when I was looking up information on my favourite band at the time. I was struck by the wealth ofinformation easily available to me, and still am!
How did you first become interested in Web 2.0 SEO and when?
I've always been interested in how Search Engines work. I needed SEO services for a site that I owned about 6 years ago, and couldn’t find a good company. So I taught myself over a period of a year. I started doing SEO work for friends and associates, and then decided to offer my services on a commercial basis.
What to you is the most important thing in SEO?
The most important thing is a good work ethic. SEO is like anything else that is worth doing, hard work is what brings results.....and a good deal ofspecialised knowledge.
Have you got any tips for Profy.com on how to improve?
Every site out there can improve...relevant content, search engine friendly coding, and the holy grail of SEO; links, and more links. I do thousands of submissions to directories by hand to many people, their PageRank increase is incredible! That alone is payment.
What websites are you currently involved in maintaining or working on?
>Who are some of your clients? Or is it all confidential?
SEO is crucial, if you are serious about promoting your site.
I usually work on small to medium sized enterprises, although I currenty am working on a large online retailer. Client confidentiality is something I value highly, and to that end, I really can't answer this question as fully as you might like. I hope your readers understand.