Tony Eason | SEO Consultant in San Francisco
I am a Freelance SEO Consultant based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Collaborating with web designers or directly with clients, I provide SEO Services on personal websites , small business and/or corporate websites.
I can provide you with an SEO Report [written suggestions in a digital format] or implement SEO strategies remotely to your website. I am familiar with Dreamweaver, the WordPress Content Management System, and the Drupal Content Management Platform.
In the early 90′s, I desired to possess my own website. However, at that time, I could not afford to hire a web designer. Therefore, I empowered myself by watching a few “How to make a Website” video tutorials. Soon later, I learned “how to” register a domain name; set up my hosting account; configured the domain server; and design my first website [by watching one video tutorial after the next].So, my website was launched. Yet, I noticed my website was “NO WHERE TO BE FOUND” in the Google Search Engine. Therefore, I pondered over “How to get my Website to Show Up in the Google Search Engine ? “
So, I returned to watching tutorials. But this time, I dove into the world of Search Engine Optimization Tutorials. And after reading several SEO Forums; watching a multitude of SEO Tutorials; configuring Google Analytics; and grasping the concept of “Keyword Optimization Strategies;” I began tweaking my website’s keyword density, meta tags, <h1> tags, image tags, XML Sitemaps, and RSS Feeds. Soon later, my website rose into the “First Page of the Google Search Engine.”
Yet with the introduction of Google Panda & Google Penguin, SEO tactics DRASTICALLY changed. So, again, I returned to watching tutorial & reading SEO Articles. And after several readings, it became apparent that the old “Optimization Strategies” will no longer fool the artificial intelligence of the Google Algorithm.
THE GOOGLE SPIDERS OF 2013 ARE LOOKING FOR QUALITY & UNIQUE CONTENT NOT NECESSARILY MATHEMATICALLY PLACED KEYWORDS.`
- On Each Web Page, Do the title & description tags properly describe & match with the actual page content?
- Is Each Individual Page’s Content Unique?
- Does the Website provide “Desired Information?”
- Does the Website have a rewarding & easy User Experience?
- Are you merging the “Searcher’s Intent” [what the searcher seeks to find] with the page content?
Ten years later, my current website has high rankings in the Google, and Bing Search Engines.*Type the keyword phrases below in the google search bar and you will see that ynottony.com is in the top ten for the targeted keyword searches:
- “Yoga Teacher, San Francisco.”
- “African American Yoga Teacher.”
- “Black Yoga Teacher”
- “Iyengar Yoga Teacher. San Francisco”
- “Freelance SEO Consultant San Francisco”