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    Amanda Barnes

    Amanda Barne's professional experience involves: Managing within the Covario SEO Division for Fortune 500 clients. Set-up and headed up the digital division for a UK based marketing agency for Financial Industry, Legal 500 and Insurance based companies. Amanda Barnes has built two SEO programs from the ground up with the objective being a mid-tier SEM service that provides a well-rounded strategy enabling clients to gain the best cost effective service.

    She created all cost structures, contracts, proposals, reports, SEO, programing and link building guides that enable the overall program to be time efficient and lucrative. Amanda Barnes manages directly and indirectly fortune 500 clients each month for organic website marketing, link building, email marketing, social media and online management.

    She problem solves issues both abstract and direct to the clientele, their customers and their websites. She provides objective observations and suggestions with lucrative solutions in customer retention and profit increase for products and services.

    Amanda Barnes also organizes and instigates monthly meetings with clients to show site improvement, over all statistics, market research, and new marketing ideas, while maintaining a knowledgeable background within the present market structure. It is her goal to stay aware of algorithm updates and changes to make sure client sites meet new requirements and she stays ahead of emerging technologies.


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    SEO: Managing Inbound Link Equity

    July 28, 2010 •

    Links point to your website from all corners of the online world. Some links, like friends, come and go. However, some are very rare, and making sure you keep them current and connected is critical to your website success. I’m not talking about new links. I’m talking about links that ... Read More »

  • Marketing

    Ecommerce Redesign: Five SEO Pitfalls to Avoid

    June 24, 2010 •

    A new website launch or redesign requires the integration of management and marketing staff, as well as members of your design, content and tech teams. Each of these groups plays an integral role in the site’s overall success. A new or redesigned website will also want to drive traffi... Read More »