How to Beat Your Competitors in a Google Search

Brain Burps About Books Podcast #230

How to Beat Your Competitors in a Google Search

An Interview with Lindsey Anderson

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BBAB #230 Lindsey Anderson

This Week’s Guest is Lindsey Anderson!

Lindsey Anderson
This week’s guest is Lindsey Anderson. Lindsey is a web strategy expert working with small business owners to help them grow their businesses. She is the founder and CEO of two companies; Web Impakt, a successful web development company, and Lindsey’s Web, an online resource for small business owners to learn about ranking on search engines, newsletters, analytics, social media, pay-per-click ads, websites, blogging, and the list goes on. She knows how to utilize web technologies to help small business owners achieve their dreams.

Lindsey and I talk about
  • Why is spelled with a “k”.
  • What free resources you can find at
  • The benefits of working from home.
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
  • How content is king!
  • Why you should write three blog posts per week.
  • How important it is for your site to be mobile friendly.
  • Responsive web design.
  • How to beat your competitors in a Google search.
  • How to get a free website review from Lindsey.
  • Where to sign up for her Facebook Marketing Webinar.

Some links might be affiliate links, which means if you click through them and get what I recommend they send me a genie who’ll grants me three wishes. Which of course, I will use to grant you three wishes. You pay nothing extra. (Seriously though, you don’t have to buy anything. I’m just sharing about things I like and use myself.)

Recent Comments

  • tracy self
    June 8, 2015 - 10:07 am · Reply

    I felt this pod cast had way too much chatting and personal information about Katie Davis rather than hearing what the person that was being interviewed had to say.

    • Katie
      June 10, 2015 - 6:27 am · Reply

      Tracy, thanks for your comment, I appreciate you taking the time. Even after 5 years of doing this, I can always learn.

    • Katie
      June 15, 2015 - 1:16 pm · Reply

      Thanks for your input, Tracy. If you listen to the next week’s episode, you’ll hear me talk about your comment. 😎

  • Cheri Fields
    June 13, 2015 - 7:31 pm · Reply

    Just signed up for my free website review. Thanks a million! ((((hugs)))))
    I liked the chatting. As long as it doesn’t go over, hmmm, about 10% of the time, it helps me feel connected to real people who do real things like move to small towns and shop at Target.
    What does get to me is the bloopers you don’t edit out, Katie. I get how much time it takes to go through a whole interview, but Dave Jackson has a great technique for making it a lot easier: if you know there’s a problem, be silent for 10 seconds (sure that’s tough, but you can hold your breath or something 😉 ). When you go to the editor, it’s instantly obvious where the place to cut is at and then it only takes a few seconds to back up and find where to start slicing from.
    My own baby podcast requires a lot more editing than just major snafus since I’m working with cheap equipment and children cohosts. That’s a big part of why we keep our show under 20 minutes: it takes me about an hour to edit just that much!
    Just found your show about three weeks ago and I appreciate your enthusiasm and finding such great people to connect me to. 🙂

    • Katie
      June 14, 2015 - 10:51 am · Reply

      Cheri, thank you for your input. I appreciate the time you took to offer your opinion. I’ll take it into consideration.

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