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About Me

Here are some things that you should know about me.

Brett Armstrong

SEO Specialist
I am an SEO and digital marketing specialist and my extensive range of skills have allowed me to establish a strong reputation within the industry. Over the past 20 years I have worked in all manner of online capacities, including digital marketing, analytics and reporting, digital and communications strategies, dashboards, digital forensics, web design /development, web hosting, IT support, HTML coding and IT infrastructure. My work in these areas has reached a broad range of stakeholders from sole traders, small to medium local businesses, multimillion dollar companies, not-for-profits and government agencies.

I am a highly competent, technical and motivated worker in both independent and team environments. I continually strive to keep at the forefront of the online industry’s evolution and I very much value the impact this has had on my professional development. As a strong communicator with excellent project and time management skills, I am driven by challenges, innovation, and the desire to further expand my repertoire, whilst sharing the knowledge I’ve gained.

Services

Things that I work on.

Skills

Things that I'm good at.

HTML
75%
CSS
65%
jQuery
20%
PHP
40%
WordPress
85%
SEO
100%
Photoshop
40%
Writing
60%

Blog

My thoughts.

“This business is already in your account”

Recently I was attempting to create a Google + Business page for a local business client. We already had a verified map listing for them in the Google Places dashboard, but whenever I tried to create the Google + Page, I was presented with the message ‘This business is already in your account’. If I […]

Yellow Ad Box

Google are displaying a yellow ‘ad’ box next to some Adwords ads today. This is good for two reasons. First of all, there is no way now that anyone could mistake an ad with an organic result. Secondly, I am certain it will actually help with CTR on ads. As this is only happening for […]

10 categories?

I could quite possibly be miles behind here so forgive me if this is old news. The other day I was updating a clients’ Google Places listing and whilst adjusting some categories, discovered that you can now add up to a total of 10 (compared to the previous 5). Is this part of the Australian […]