New SEO/SEM Job required
I’m looking for a role in an SEM/SEO environment. I currently live in England but would consider relocation for the right kind of role. Areas for consideration are London Hertfordshire and California, yes you did read that right Sunny California. Anywhere north of Watford is too cold
I have worked in a solitary environment for some time now and have decided that it is something I no longer wish to do. I don’t therefore, wish to work on SEO projects that are primarily solitary or long distance telecommute in nature. I wish to work with real people in a team environment on things that are challenging and interesting. This is of primary importance.
For your information I am 39, hold a UK Passport, and am of good character.
I’ve worked with a variety of projects in the travel industry as well as a range of smaller niche type projects. I have delivered results for some very competitive phrases such as London Hotels, Paris Hotels Cheap Flights and Car Hire.
I have built all sorts of websites housed in LAMP configurations. I’ve watched websites flourish and die through a string of search engine guideline changes and have a very good grip on what is required to deliver ongoing results for quality projects.
I am also an experienced PPC marketer with a very good working knowledge of programs like Google adwords.
I have excellent written and verbal communication skills, am well presented and do not take myself too seriously. I have strong interpersonal, client facing and technical skills that would suit an ambitious organization in need of a quality SEM professional, looking to grow its client base by delivering for its clients and enhancing its reputation through doing so.
If you could do with someone like moi, or know of a team who could benefit from a person who has lived and breathed search related stuff since 1998, and have something that you think I might be interested in then do please drop me a line to watts_rob(at) hotmail.com.
I with be available from January 30th 2008
No agencies or recruiters please!Posted on: 3rd December 2007, by : Rob Watts