Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is the one factor that can heavily contribute to building name recognition both individually and for business. The automation tools available help handsomely for casting a wide net in gaining additional traction for building our brand.
Some may wonder how it’s possible to compare search engine technology with a personal focus. Connecting new ideas with previous experiences and putting those we know in the mix can lead us to exceptional results, but we must be willing. Our brains are similar to computers when we allow them to make the connections and pay attention to those thoughts.
It was conveyed to me long ago that the concept refers to ‘attraction marketing.’ Having been actively involved in sales for many years, the idea of attracting interest instead of actively pursuing it sounded highly appealing, so I gave it a try. The initial attempts grew to find more ways to discover how our focus can grow brand recognition. Better yet, our focus can contribute to SEO success.
As we establish our careers, we sometimes think, ‘success is for others.’ However, when this type of thought arises, it’s best to regain hope by enjoying the lyrics to the song, ‘When You Wish Upon A Star,’ from the movie, Pinocchio, sung by Julie Andrews:
‘When you wish upon a star,
Makes no difference who you are
Anything your heart desires will come to you…’
First and foremost, the lyrics confirm that we are to embrace our unique identity and to work ‘our way.’ Imagination is what enables our ability to leapfrog over where we are today. My daily habit is to visualize my fondest outcome imaginable and follow-up with baby-steps. My mantra is, focus can contribute to SEO success.
Concentrating on my wishes for improving where I am today often brings the names of others to mind. And the moment the thought of an individual comes to me, I reach out to them. Is it worth the time to make an effort? Nothing remains stagnant; we all change by choice or otherwise. Accordingly, opportunities continue to surprise us. As the process continues, my network grows and enhances the collaborative possibilities. New offers of many types further build out networks and traction for business. We may regard this as our authentic style for SEO.
While it may seem strange to showcase two interviews in one Blog, the styles are different but complement one another and extend the storyline. Again, the unique approach helps us stand out – and contribute to SEO success.
The magic begins with the collaborative effort. Why? The exponential factor weighs in to make all the difference. An introduction by Greg B. Jenkins, the Committee Chair for Inclusion Allies Coalition, gave way to the first interview:
The show credit belongs to Marlon James Dulnuan, Podcast Host Co-ordinator, and Christa Atwood, the Show Host.
Our journey is a never-ending winding road, but there is always a theme underlying the effort.
The reading of Robert Frost’s poem at my high school graduation described and confirmed where I was going:
‘I took the one (road) least traveled, and that made all the difference.’
As one who stood alone, it was a relief to come to an understanding of my destiny. Coincidence and fortuitously, Jessica Dugas graciously invited me to be a guest on her show entitled ‘My Way.’
In Conclusion, there is little doubt that our focused thinking can contribute to SEO and empower our results endlessly when we allow it to occur.