About: Rob

Rob Andrews

Since 2007 Rob Andrews has worked in the SEO and Content Marketing fields and is an established writer and trusted provider of thought-leadership for hundreds of SEO, advertising and marketing agencies worldwide.

From 2013, he served as a Manager of Product at Posirank.com, the leading SEO white label service provider. In July 2017, he was promoted to VP of Operations at Posirank.

He maintains extensive contacts with agencies at all levels of growth and expertise, and is contacted by many who seek out his counsel about the selling process, especially as it applies to the SEO industry, or who are exploring the possibilities of using an SEO white label provider for their in-house SEO clients, or who are just looking at the SEO needs for their own business website.

Here's "Rob's Reward" -- Let's talk and I'll try to come up with at least 1 great idea that you are not using now! (Pssst… I am not part of our sales staff, so no sales pitch will come your way.)

Posts by Rob:

customer reviews

According to some recent research compiled by PowerReviews with Northwestern University, 82% of shoppers “…specifically seek out negative reviews” of a business.

With this Posirank blog post, we are beginning our next extended series – on what, for many, has become the Holy Grail of SEO — SEO for eCommerce sites (which we’ll abbreviate to ecomm in this series).

One of our strongest SEO tactics here at Posirank is to secure guest posts featuring well-written, non-promotional content containing a link back to your site. A few of these each month, on high DA (Domain Authority, a MOZ metric) sites can give your site a tremendous boost in rankings.

With the digital realm continuing to eclipse the physical world, search engine optimization grows ever more important to today’s businesses. The days when simply having a website was enough to generate attention are long gone. At this point, online visibility takes considerable effort and ongoing diligence.

user intent analysis

Many people doing SEO today, if you were to ask them, what user intent is all about — user intent when searching — would not really know what to say. And to ask, “How does user/searcher intent impact SEO?” often results in blank stares and mute silence. Yet, knowledge of user intent SEO tactics is a requirement for the true SEO professional. In the following paragraphs, we offer you a quick summary of some big takeaways that can be understood by everyone.

getting to the top of the voice search mountain

By way of summary and review, in this series on voice search, we began by giving some overall context to the current reach and impact of voice search. In subsequent installments, we discussed the basic prerequisites – what needs to be in place with your site in order to play the game properly. We also presented some strategies for brainstorming and researching voice search queries, as well as practical aspects of testing and refining possible voice search queries and strategies.

voice search queries

Previously, in our series of posts discussing voice search and voice search queries, we have thought about the full scope and impact of voice search, carefully considering the overall characteristics of voice search and how it differs from traditional internet searching. In our second article, we considered how to fully leverage the power of your website, and preparing it for a voice search world. In our last post, we presented some strategies for brainstorming possible types of voice search queries that could be applicable to your niche.

In a previous post, we presented some basic options when you are ordering website content – our Express, Premium and Elite content writing services.

Today’s Internet features all types of websites, designed and used for every conceivable purpose: business and for personal pursuits also. They vary in almost every discernible way – by size, by purpose, by platform used. There is probably not one country in the world that does not have at least a few websites.

brainstorming voice search queries

In this third instalment in our series on Voice Search (see here and here for links to the other two), we have now arrived at the point where we are going to consider, in some detail, the process of brainstorming and research tactics.