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Guest Eric Enge “Why Good Content Must Die”

Alex Valencia
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Published   May 12, 2017


In this episode of SEO Happy Hour, we have the pleasure of having SEO rockstar Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting with us.

Eric, Jason and me go through content, SEO case studies and prove the value of good content.

Eric drills down several SEO case studies and proves the ranking power of content and links working together for a cohesive and powerful digital strategy.

How are you developing links and content for your business? What are social channels ad influencer relationships you using in your strategies?

Watch now and learn how Eric and his team help their fortune 500 clients get results.

Eric’s Bio:
Eric was named 2016 Search Marketer of the Year (Male) at
the Landys (http://searchengineland.com/2016-landy-awards-winners-260063),
and 2016 Search Personality of the Year at the US Search Awards (http://www.ussearchawards.com/2016-winners),
and Stone Temple Consulting was also named Best Large SEO Agency of the Year at
the US Search Awards.

Eric has been speaking about digital marketing for more than
a decade. He keynotes many conferences every year, including this year’s Pubcon
Las Vegas in a joint keynote with Gary Illyes. Eric is co-author of The Art of
SEO (http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920032908.do),
and also writes columns for sites such as Search Engine Land, and Moz.
Eric is the Founder and CEO of Stone Temple Consulting
(STC), a 70 person digital marketing agency based in Massachusetts, and STC
offers content marketing, SEO, and social media services. STC’s clients include
some of the world’s largest e-tail sites and brands.

At We Do Web Content we develop SEO, Content and email strategies for developing leads and nurturing those leads.

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