Make SEO Simple Again the podcast series is an audio experience produced by Daniel K Cheung, Team Lead @ Prosperity Media.
Hear Clearscope co-founder Bernard Huang talk candidly about his 10 years of failing.
Know that everyone is just trying to do their best as Jamie Indigo shares her personal story.
Never feel alone with Taylor Berg's story of owning her ADHD diagnosis. And feel encouraged and inspired by Jenny Li Fowler, Lily Ray, Judith Lewis, Areej AbuAli, Jamar Ramos and everyone else who leans into their vulnerability to describe moments in their life where they've fallen and gotten back up again.
No ads. No sponsors. No SEO talk (ironic isn't it). Just real conversations with real people.
"Forget the money, there has to be respect" - Chima Mmeje
Being a freelance content writer is a hard gig. Being a freelance content writer based in Nigeria is even harder.
But Chima has forged a path - it took her 2 years to do so, and in this episode, she shares how she did it and the challenges (both internal and external) she has overcome.
From imposter syndrome, white privilege, to being the best at what you do, Chima leaves no stone unturned and I am honored to share her incredible story of perseverance.
Connect with Chima on LinkedIn.
Black Hat SEO & Bad Clients - Peter Macinkovic Reveals All
Unless you're in Melbourne or Australia, you probably won't know Peter Macinkovic. He's not on the speaker circuit but rather, one of the unknown SEOs who GSD for their clients.
With JB HIFI as one of the clients he looks after at Innovate Online, this conversation will leave no doubt that Peter knows his sh*t.
This was an episode worth talking shop :)
Niki Mosier - From Customizing Small Business Wordpress Sites To Head Of SEO
Moz Whiteboard Friday presenter Niki Mosier joins us today to share how she got started in SEO. With 10 to 15 years of experience under her belt, Niki shares her journey from "back in the day" of keyword stuffing to what she specialises in now - technical SEO and local SEO.
And since our recording, Niki has a new project - https://www.lessonsfromanseo.com/. Check it out!
Meet Enterprise-Level Local SEO Superhero Krystal Taing
Joining us today is Krystal Taing, dialling in from sunny San Diego.
Krystal is a Solutions Engineer for Strategic Partnerships at Uberall, a SaaS business that is based in Berlin. Prior to this, she did 6 years at Rio SEO that also was a SaaS-based local SEO solution.
In this episode, Krystal shares how she fell into her expertise of local SEO, her experience as a person of color and as a woman in an industry represented by white men, where she continues to expand her knowledge, and her advice on whether you should consider a career in Agency vs In-house.
Krystal is a huge advocate of LocalU and Women in Tech SEO (founder Areej will be on an upcoming episode).
So let's get started!
"You've got to have the balls to say NO" - This Is Craig Campbell
For the longest time, I thought Craig was an intimidating person. But as you will discover, Craig is a very loveable character and he has a wealth of experience - especially with once running an SEO agency and why he no longer wants to own an agency by himself despite achieving "moderate success".
New father, course provider, YouTube and affiliate SEO influencer, this is Craig Campbell's story.
Why Christina Brodzky (founder, MediaSesh) Walks 4 Hrs Every Day
NYC girl moves to Denver, Christina Brodzky is the brain behind MediaSesh. We talk about bears, taking naps, what it is like being a woman in SEO, and her previous life in public relations.
One of my fav business podcast
Absolutely loved Daniel’s podcast! It’s entertaining, informative and most of all genuine, which is increasing hard to find in podcast these days.
It’s a great introduction to the world of SEO and digital marketing, especially for those small business owners who aren’t tech savvy. I loved hearing the real life examples of Daniel’s work and how it impacted other small businesses within the creative industry.
Don't let the name fool you. This is a podcast of great substance.
While the name is a funny play on MAGA, it really does bring the goods in terms of content and insight for entrepreneurs and business owners. If you have any greater interest in how SEO works but also the kind of people who are in SEO and how they can work for you then this is a great listen.
There is so much information out there, too much one might say. I feel like building the context behind the other players involved, what they see is the industry and the future can help in giving you the inpsiration to build your own SEO journey. I have been working hard on mine for the past 9 months and it's been an amazing (and gruelling experience) so very happy to have this podcast to subscribe to.