Hello everyone! Welcome to the new year — along with it comes a new issue of PAGES!
This issue of PAGES is our first since we have shifted the format of our content. Issue #5 doesn't come with a specific theme for the articles inside, but each of those articles will help you improve SEO strategy within your organization.
Each issue of PAGES now covers a range of topics, ranging from case studies, to guidance on best practices, to industry news and updates.
In this issue, we discuss the integration of SEO and social media, bust more myths about what it means to be optimized, discuss local SEO, and share tips for maximizing the reach of your content, just to name a few of the topics covered.
Let’s get to know the contributors who wrote articles for our first issue of the new year!
Charles Taylor has been actively involved in online marketing since 2000. He’s currently the SEO Manager for Verizon's Fios division. He is always looking for ways to help new and established companies solve their SEO challenges.
Charles is back to bust another SEO myth — this time, it's title tag lengths!
Joelle is the Director of Marketing and Growth at Bookmark Content and Communications, a full-service global marketing company that brings together content and communications. In addition to digital marketing and SEO, she also loves travel, pop culture, gadgets, and tech.
Joelle's article on content strategy in this issue of PAGES will set you on the right track for 2019.
Kristen Vaughn is an Associate Director of Online Marketing at KoMarketing, where she develops, manages and executes digital marketing strategies across a variety of B2B campaigns.
Kristen shares some insights to help you align your social media marketing and SEO efforts in this issue of PAGES.
Greg is Senior SEO Strategist at Found, where he ensures the team is deploying the latest tactics for their clients, headed in the right direction with strategy, and fully integrated with other digital channels.
Greg shares ways to make the most of your time as it applies to SEO work in his article in our fifth issue.
Ryan is a designer, coder, internet marketing lover, and Senior Marketing Strategist at Nifty Marketing.
Ryan shares a page (or five) from the Nifty book of local SEO best practices in this issue.
Vince Nero is Content Marketing Manager at Siege Media, an Inc. 5000 content marketing-focused agency. Vince has a fascination with the way people behave online and the types of content they consume.
Vince returns to PAGES with a new article on content strategy and expanding the reach of your content.
Mary is lead Technical SEO Specialist at Page One Power, overseeing and conducting SEO auditing for their clients.
In this issue, Mary shares some of the oddities and strange issues she's encountered during her auditing work.
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If you've been waiting for the online release of last issue's articles, blog versions of the articles from Issue #4 will be released starting next week, so stay tuned! The web version of Issue #4 is now available online as well.
We're also excited to announce the launch of the new PAGES podcast, hosted by our Editor-in-Chief Joe Oliver, and featuring authors from past and coming issues of PAGES magazine. Joe is sitting down with our contributors to dive a little deeper into they've concepts explored inside PAGES.
Listen and and get updates on new episodes here.
As always, thank you for supporting and reading PAGES. We can't wait to hear what you think of our fifth issue and to see what you're able to achieve through SEO in 2019.
Cheers to another great year!