Well a little over three months at Chemidex and I finally get my hands dirty, in terms of SEO that is. First on the agenda? Landing pages for high traffic terms/products found on our site. I’m really excited. The sites I’ve worked with, and currently working with, are being optimized for words/phrases that run between 20k and 50k search monthly (according to Google if anyones knows a more accurate tracker I’m all ears). The words for Chemidex, for instance ’surfactant’ runs a little over 200k, I can barely contain my excitement. This is a big challenge for me, and I can’t wait.

Twitter is actually going very well for Chemidex. I’ve been able to connect with a few customers of Chemidex’s which is great to groom those relationships. The Facebook fan page and LinkedIn groups are well, works in progress. But the potential I see from just some research on those sites is almost as exhilarating as the landing pages. I’m definitely where I’m supposed to be. I would’ve never thought that four years ago I’d be here. I never thought I could make a career out of this. I’ve never been happier and more confident in my career than I have now. God is awesome.

The process of importing campaigns into Bing from Adwords is still, well, difficult. But I’m getting there. I still need to check into the ‘Boot Camp’ AdCenter suggest to me via Twitter after finding out the desktop help they have is only for PC and I’m working on a Mac now (another thing I never saw coming).

I finalized the dates I’m going to OBU (my alumni) to be a guest speaker on social media. I prepared a short survey to send the students to gauge how much they already know. The last thing I want to do is present information already retained. If anyone reading this would like to see the survey I sent them let me know and I’ll email you the link. I’ve got an idea of how many to expect to take it so if I can control how many people get the link it won’t skew the results.


That does it for me guys. If you have some input as to how I can improve things on my blog I’d love to hear it. Thanks for reading!