Casey Markee has probably forgotten more about SEO than I will ever know. Casey is the guy to talk to when you want to up your SEO game!
As the on-staff SEO expert for FoodBloggerPro.com and one of the most experienced food blogging SEO experts in the world, Casey Markee brings a level of relevant experience that is hard to match. Among the top food blogs Casey has worked with include; Simply Recipes, Steamy Kitchen, LeitesCulinaria.com, ToriAvey.com, the Brown-Eyed Baker and many more.
Casey is also the founder of digital marketing firm Media Wyse and the Lead SEO Consultant and Trainer for industry news site www.searchenginenews.com. He’s trained SEO teams on five continents, spoken at dozens of conferences, and is a co-author of The Unfair Advantage Book: Winning the Search Engine Wars, along with hundreds of articles on SEO, social media, and link building topics.
When Casey isn’t doing SEO, he spends his days wrangling his wife, two kids, three dogs, two cats and assorted horses at his home in the San Diego Country Estates in CA. He’s a craft beer enthusiast and believes bacon should be its own food group.
Casey Markee Show Notes
If I wanted to change my clunky hosting company, who would you recommend?
What are your top ten plugins in being both useful and efficient for food bloggers?
WP Rocket is also another paid plugin right?
You talked about republishing earlier content, what do you mean, new photos, change the date?
I have the Jump to Recipe, but where would I get the Print Recipe?
Do you think you answered the republishing question because I interrupted you.
I”m working backwards on filling in the nutrition on all my recipe cards, we’re supposed to have google fetch it again, right?
When you republish it, would you change the date or is it just an update?
Why is it a bad thing to have the date in the url?
Could you recommend a class or a resource to learn Google Analytics?
Do you still recommend the plugin “Redirection”?
When you do an audit, do you give people actionable items?
Say I had an audit, but I don’t have the inclination to fix it myself, do you recommend people that could help?
What would be the top three things a food blogger should focus on to optimize their site?