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Albert Mitchell

Albert Mitchell
Albert Mitchell attended Utah State University studying Photo/Video Journalism, and then later transferred to Utah Valley University, where he graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Digital Media in 2008. At UVU Albert gained expertise in broadcast and photo productions. Albert took first place in the nation in Radio Production for Skills USA in 2008, and worked on a small team to produce a promotional video for the NAAS, a National Accreditation Association. He has also worked on various local and national broadcast crews. Albert worked for couple of years freelancing in photo, video and webdesign, before joining the team at SEO. His knowledge and expertise in digital media has assisted him in providing technical solutions for clients in his role as an Account Manager. Albert is currently one of the Directors of SEO at SEO.com.

Recent Posts

Jul 19, 2013 / by Albert Mitchell

SEO.com Announces Boyd Norwood as New President of the Company

Salt Lake City, UT July 19, 2013 – SEO.com, a leading online marketing and search engine optimization company, begins a new chapter of its story with the appointment of Boyd Norwood as the new president. Since the company was founded in 2007, it has grown into an award-winning marketing firm

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Jul 10, 2012 / by Albert Mitchell

What Is Going On In The SERPs?

The SERPs Are Serving Up Interesting Results

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May 10, 2012 / by Albert Mitchell

10 Ways to Maximize Your SEO Budget

After a number of years working at an SEO services agency I have monitored, worked on, analyzed, and overseen many projects across nearly as many industries. Some of these projects were successful beyond both the clients’ and our expectations while others struggled to climb the in rankings. I have been

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Apr 9, 2012 / by Albert Mitchell

Steps to Take After Receiving an Unnatural Links Warning from Google Webmaster Tools

For the past few months, the SEO world has been buzzing about two major developments. First there is the comment that Matt Cutts made at South by Southwest about a new over-optimization penalty. While that potential hammer is looming over the heads of many sites, Google Webmaster Tools’ warnings are

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Jan 9, 2012 / by Albert Mitchell

Five Steps to Getting More Testimonials or Reviews

Not too long ago I needed to hire a lawyer. As I looked at different attorneys in the area I turned to Google Maps to find which ones had the most reviews and most positive reviews. Although I could have done

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Jul 1, 2009 / by Albert Mitchell

Sitemaps and SEO

Often times when I visit the mall, I have the same experience. I park my car next to a store with an exterior exit. That’s important for me because I need to find my car when I am finished shopping.

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Jun 1, 2009 / by Albert Mitchell

Hyphens or Underscores in URLs

In my last post, I wroteabout using keywords in your domain. If you have already chosen a domain, you can still benefit by naming your deeper pages with keywords.

When placing keywords in the

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May 11, 2009 / by Albert Mitchell

Keywords and Domains

Not too long ago, Dustin wrote a post about the importance of selecting a strong domain name and a few tips to help you come up with good domain names. I recently came across a great
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Apr 9, 2009 / by Albert Mitchell

Your Site is Ranked, Now What?

When I search for a topic in a search engine, I don’t always click on the top listing. I scan the titles and results for what seems relevant and interesting. If you want people to come to your site AFTER you are ranking well in the SERPS (search engine results

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Mar 19, 2009 / by Albert Mitchell

Williams-Sonoma: WSHome.com Site Review

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