Projects: SEO

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4 Feathers Wooden Creations

John Weaver crafts beautiful, unique wood burned artwork (an artform known as pyrography) and wood carvings out of his workshop in rural Eastern Oregon. After trying to sell his artwork locally with limited success, he began to consider how to market and sell his product nationwide.

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The Altitude Project

The ALTITUDE Project is a Christian running camp in Mammoth Lakes, California designed to help collegiate distance runners excel in competitive running and Christian living, and establish meaningful and lasting friendships among athletes and coaches nationwide.

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Historic Sumpter

The Friends of the Sumpter Dredge are an enthusiastic group of individuals dedicated to preserving and restoring the Sumpter Valley Gold Dredge. They also provide educational and interpretive experiences highlighting the history of the dredge and gold mining in the Sumpter area of the Blue Mountains.

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Tritheos Coaching

One of my first copywriting projects was of course one of my own sites! I really wanted to communicate my strength, which is helping people get fast and setting personal bests. I used the PASTOR copywriting framework to help me think about how to structure the copy, and I think it worked out really well.

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Washington Rock Quarries

Washington Rock Quarries had three challenges they wanted to address with their website redesign. They wanted (1) more exposure to local residential customers, (2) to make the purchasing and ordering process easier, and (3) to increase website conversions.

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Willow Creek B & B

This B and B owner had already created her website using Wix, but was frustrated with her traffic and was not showing up in search results. We started with a local SEO audit according to Neil Patel’s recommendations, including keyword analysis, competitor research and a health checkup on her social media accounts.

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Mark Schaefer Magic

Mark Schaefer is a professional magician located in the Seattle area. Mark needed to invest in a new website because he was losing gigs to other magicians that had websites where prospective clients were able to investigate the magician’s skill set.

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