This site was set up initially to be a learning resource for the Blueclaw interns prior to my resignation and new staff members to save me from having to repeat myself. So, don’t expect me to have SEO’d it or do anything more exciting with the layout and yes I am aware of the fact that SEO was originally my specialist field in marketing and having a site that hasn’t been set up properly for it is somewhat ironic. Whilst I originally said I wouldn’t put anything too interesting on here it will now contain the occasional rant, the occasional few posts on the grey-black hat sides of SEO that other places won’t let me publish or potentially some overviews in bullets that I can’t be bothered writing up properly. Although in all honesty if your after tips and tricks you’d be much better checking out my stuff over at CAP (casino affiliate programs). Oh and I’ll also be using this to archive anything of mine that gets published in print so that people can actually find it online. If you’re looking to hire me for any digital marketing etc best off checking out Greyheart Media.
Metmarketing.co.uk are running a free legal seminar on “banter in the workplace” discussing the fine line between a bit of fun and harassment. The guys over at met do a few of these legal seminars and I’ve found them pretty useful in the past.
It’s a nice touch for a digital recruitment agency to go the extra mile and give something back to the industry, so I thought I’d give it a quick plug.
The event is free to go to and you can sign up here.
As Managing Director of Greyheart Media it’s always nice to receive awards, especially when they come from the industry where my career all started. (That’s iGaming or in this case eGaming). The EGR B2B awards are coming up and we’ve been shortlisted here for the Marketing/PR award. It really is a great thing for someone who started out as an iGaming SEO to be up for.
So as a few people probably noticed, for a while this site redirected to somewhere rather unsavory if you were unfortunate enough to browse from a mobile.
This will no longer be a problem, however I feel that I should note the particular SEO plugin which was exploited to allow these hacks.
I should also note I’ve been receiving a lot of brute force attacks recently, which is to be expected I suppose for someone who works in iGaming SEO, but still somewhat annoying.
Ok, so I don’t normally do this, but it’s a nice little tool so why not.
Basically what SpamFlag does is help with the link auditing process, which as anyone in the SEO field will know is the most soul crushingly dull task that our industry has to offer. Read More
J Todd from APCW interviewing me on Yandex SEO in Barcelona.