So, after leaving full time employment and becoming self employed I worked for a digital agency in Ipswich on a short contract. Whilst I was there I came to realise how important SEO is, I mean, I knew how important it was before but this place did it well, really well! So I knew if I was serious about my company being anything more than an umbrella for contracting I was going to have to attract people to my on-line presence which means doing a few SEO tricks.
First part of the plan is Twitter based, ever noticed that when you tweet about an unusual subject or something slightly of the norm you often get a flurry of new followers! So, as I was saying, here is the plan. Write a small on-line tool which will periodically scan RSS feeds from various sites, run all the articles through a set of user-defined (per-feed) filters, queue up the qualifying articles and then trickle those out via twitter.
That’s got to work, right?
Right now, @tactusworks has next to no followers, watch this space…
EDIT : as my friend Dan pointed out, this isn’t really SEO but in my mind it’s all for achieving the same thing which is making your audience more aware of your existence.