Travis clearly illustrates how he has worked his way around mastering digital campaigns. Understanding the competition, determining what Google wants, and giving into it can definitely make you win in SERPs. But, what are his other winning strategies?
Travis Causey is the owner of MovingMountains.io, the leading Search & Social Marketing agency out of Oregon, and has been working in the industry since 2010. Starting from a simple Google search on how to make a website, to helping grow a multiple 7-figure eCommerce company, to creating his own 7-figure digital agency. He and his team have helped hundreds of companies reach their goals, drive traffic and sales, as well as transform their lives and become an asset to companies of all shapes and sizes.
Moving Mountains – A Digital Opportunity Company – Search & Social Marketing
WHAT YOU DID
Rank hundreds of clients and my own sites over the last 8 years.
Ahrefs, SemRush, Asana:
Ahrefs – research to analyze the client site and the competition. Check backlinks, anchor texts, referring domains etc.
Semrush – research to analyze the competition. Check keywords, backlinks, anchor texts, referring domains etc.
SEO is always a physiological warfare. Google is great at putting in big speed bumps and obstacles, with drops and pushes to try and detour any SEO. Overall, just have the confidence that you are doing the right thing. Research the competition in and out, do the best possible thing always, build great links and you will win. With all that, you will have happy clients and have a great life doing it.
We’ve had a ton of success over the years. It’s very rare that a project sneaks into our company that isn’t a home run. We’re talking about doubling companies, adding locations, and clients always hiring.
INSIGHTSSEO is a marathon not a sprint. Don't watch the SERPs day in and day out. Click To Tweet
SEO is a marathon not a sprint. Don’t watch the SERPs day in and day out. You will lose your mind. Check once or twice a month, double check your work and have high standards. Google wants quality, authority, and trustworthy sites. If you try and cram a bad site to the top of Google, it makes their money making search engine a less quality product. If Google doesn’t have great search results, they won’t have a place to put their money making ads. There is no lasting way around that. Give Google what it wants. Educate your clients and create great sites.