Day Two: How SEO First Interested Me

Idea Start Sign
The Start Of My SEO Idea


I wanted to share my quick bio of my beginnings of SEO,

Around April, I started looking into how I could learn SEO. I had heard a little info about it being an advertising major but was still unclear about it. I asked about the SEO basics from my good friend, Glen, who’s been an SEO account manager in London since January. Glen & I share a fair amount of similarities and when I heard how he started SEO, I thought to myself, “Glen makes SEO look kinda easy. If he could do it, I could too.” Now, move your eyes upward and take a look at the sign’s first sentence: my thought process into seeking a new career had bad idea written all over it.

Recently my thought process has transformed into the second sentence of the sign above – a good idea. SEO looks fun (& it is, of course) so I should do it. I’m truly appreciating learning SEO on my own. Learning about SEO from guides, videos and blogs is not SEO and it’s also 0% fun after a certain point. SEO is SEO and it’s 100% fun. Every Web site – even Facebook, Seth Godin, & Google, etc. – started with little to no audience but their creators had a good idea and a lot of fun about it that led them to work as hard as they can to show it to others. I want to show others I know, am learning, and enjoy SEO.

Thanks for reading,
See you tomorrow.

About John Wiehe

Start-up SEO. Mizzou J-school grad. Eagle Scout. Learn more about me at Google+, +John Wiehe.
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