Pam Aungst is the founder of Pam Ann Marketing and Stealth Search and Analytics. She provides SEO services to companies of all sizes as well as white labels her services for agencies.
Pam is also an active member of the WordPress community and is a frequent contributor to WordCamps and WordPress meetups across the country.
Seth: Hey, Everyone, and welcome to season two, episode twenty-five of the Digital Marketing Dive Podcast. The SEASON FINALE!
I’m Seth with Goldstein Media, and with me is the always amazing and talented Shannon of DIAM Business Consulting, live from, where I hope is a sunny, Orlando. Though I think it’s pouring rain right now at the time of this recording.
Today we are closing out Season 2 of the podcast with one of my favorite SEO/WordPressers Pam Aungst.
Pam is an active member of the WordPress community and is a frequent contributor to WordCamps and WordPress meetups across the country.
Topics & Links
- Who are you?
- How did you get started in SEO and WordPress?
- What is the most common question you get asked by SMB customers when it comes to SEO?
- Is there some magic sauce to learning SEO and getting a site to rank?
- Why is WordPress such a great platform for building a site that ranks?
- What makes WordPress so much easier to optimize?
- What tips do you have for people who want to build a website but aren’t sure what CMS to use?
- Are site builders like Wix and Square space bad for SEO?
- For the small business owner out there, what’s the best way to get found on Google and the other search engines?
- Is Google My Business a must for small local businesses? What other sites/tools are a must to getting found and growing your local business?
- How important is making sure your NAP (name, address, phone number) is consistent across the Web?
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Well, that was so much fun, Pam!
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Expect season 3 to start up in the Fall!
Until then, stay safe and we’ll see you on the flipside.