A Few Words About Me
Ever since I was young, I have had a passion for analytics. I still remember reviewing different scenarios and potential outcomes from everything from snooker to football.
This passion carried me through my education in Math, Science and IT.
I now study languages, algorithms, and statistical models, all with pretty much the same fascination that drove me when I was younger. I have a yearning for knowledge, and I am always ready to learn something new.
So, now, this passion remains with me in the SEO industry. There's undoubtedly so much more to learn and many more problems to solve, so I will never stop growing.
Specialities: SEO, Google Sheets, Content Optimisation, GPT-3, OpenAI, NLP
Academic: Programming, Algorithms, Analytics
More about me...
With the web continually advancing I believe it's essential to have an excellent technical foundation and knowledge of how the web works, this dramatically improves how I operate and allows me to implement more advanced A/B tests and keep up with the latest algorithms and changes to search. My appetite for learning new things and passion for statistics and data have helped me gain the skills I have and continue steadily improving my techniques.
Apart from studying and learning everything I can about SEO I also like to have a passion for statistics, I like to study trading and predictive analytics, which also works very well with SEO and Digital Marketing. In my free time, I like to read and listen to audiobooks about a wide range of topics, from psychology to health and fitness.
I am a huge advocate for remote working, as you can build your own office just the way you like it. Saving hours of time and stress that comes from commuting and it's much more environmentally friendly, I personally have a standing desk which would be hard to insist on any company purchasing for me. I also feel it shows complete trust between employer and employee, and when you work for several clients as we do at a digital agency, unless you are with your client, you are, in effect always working remotely anyway.