Joseph Stevenson is a San Jose SEO consultant. Any advice or work found from this site or through the blog should be checked with Joseph before implementing due to the rapid change of search engine algorithms and their effects on rankings.
What Exactly I Do
Doing everything makes you a jack of all trades, master of none.
Everybody has a specialty, mine is in San Jose web development and SEO. I create custom websites based on your ideas, then fix the back end to make sure clients can find your site easily via search engine optimization and content marketing. If you’re in need of other types of Programming, Email Marketing expertise, App Development, or Social Media work, I have a network of associates who specialize in those fields.
I focus specifically on SEO and web development, which allows for faster completion and higher quality work for the business owners and entrepreneurs who hire me. When you work with me, my friends are your friends, and I’ll contact them personally to find the best person for the job should you, need a resource outside of our specialty area.
Contact me through any of these channels. I look forward to talking with you about your business:
My early years and how I got started.
I grew up about two hours outside of Las Vegas, in Golden Valley Arizona. When I was about 2 years old, I kept coming down with an illness that couldn’t be cured in Washington State. We knew it had something to do with the humidity in the area, so we relocated to a drier area of the country for my health.
Growing up, I was home schooled; the alternative was hopping on the bus 30 minutes each way to Kingman, where the closest public school was located. At home, when not studying the usual subjects, my parents had me working on a computer with basic programming languages, like GW Basic. When I was 12, I finally put that code to work and created a calculator, my first official program.
Where my love of being a nerd came from.
I created my first story-based game shortly after, and began digging through the code of other programs to try to find secrets and hidden games. Think of it as the ultimate nerd treasure hunt. After my foray into gaming, I started looking into programming simple web pages for my friends on sites like MySpace.
After that little taste, one thing led to another, and after a short break, I launched a series of affiliate sites that generated multiple sources of ad revenue for me.
As I was running my affiliate suite, I was approached by several other people who wanted me to create websites for them. In 2007, I took the plunge and accepted my first official client under Joseph Stevenson (a San Jose SEO Firm). I felt right at home, as tech seems to be a trend in my family. My two brothers actually work for BP and Adobe. Both then and now, I’ve stood by my principles of high-quality work, and a solid, simple SEO process that’s incredibly effective.
I believe business should be earned, not expected.
Compared to other San Jose SEO companies, I make sure my clients know right away what they’re getting into. I go out of my way to earn business from clients. Trust is something that comes after repeatedly keeping one’s promises. On the contrary, be aware that some of the other San Jose SEO companies look to sign contracts, then work with another firm and outsource all of the work. I know this firsthand. That’s not the way I do business.
Now, it seems that every SEO company claims to be the best at what they do. What I do want to do is encourage you to study the track record of any company you’re looking to hire. If they have good designs, solid SEO, and a wealth of happy clients, then look into hiring them. Otherwise, it’s probably one of the situations I outlined above. The first part of any successful job is building trust between the people working together. Whether it’s on my site here, or in person, my hope is be transparent in the “how,” and in the “why.”
If you don’t do things right, don’t do them at all.
Quite a few SEO companies are now focusing on shuffling through clients, as opposed to creating high-end content and results. On their part, this usually involves writing a few blogs, posting some links, and calling it good. This isn’t the way that long-lasting SEO works. My SEO company does it the right way. We focus on high-quality and professional work that both ourselves and our clients can be proud of, instead of a bulk approach that has no lasting effect. Here is how we do it:
1. Site Review: In this step, we look at your current site, rewriting when necessary for more effectiveness, to get your site ready and looking professional.
2. Content Development: This is how we begin driving traffic to your site, and catapulting it up in search engine rankings. Though time-consuming, this is a very important part of our process. Content is typically blog posts, social media posts, press releases, and other similar content that we can use both on and off your site.
3. 3) Repeat often: As the content is continually looked at, mentioned, and re-tweeted, etc., your site will rank higher in the search engines. Other San Jose SEO companies will try to short cut this process through tricky Google search methods. But, any top SEO company will know the shortcomings of these methods and that using these methods is a disservice to their client’s reputation, as well as their own.
San Jose SEO
I specialize in providing the most effective San Jose SEO possible. As part of the SEO process, we build and improve websites all the time. In fact, we’ve been at it for 12 years now. And, I have to say, “the proof is in the pudding.” If you found this site on your own without a referral, it’s due to our SEO work.
The conclusion: I am hoping I can earn your San Jose SEO business. If you have any interest in working with me please give me a call or fill out the form on my site.
I won’t bite or annoy you with sales guys.
I appreciate you reaching out to me. If you are trying to sell something please do so through the right channel. The same goes for accounting, legal etc. Remeber Fonzie? Cool let’s be like him and keep things cool by not spamming me to death OK?
With that out of the way I have a few ways you can get in touch with me: