About Aaron Stewart

Aaron Stewart is a co-founder of SoloSEO.com, an online service for SEO project management and do-it-yourself SEO tools. SoloSEO.com allows web marketers of any skill level to manage keywords, content tracking, link building, and competitor data.

Aaron has an MBA in International Business and worked earlier in his career as an international sales and marketing executive. He is now a "chronic entrepreneur," and has co-founded over a dozen businesses, servicing a variety of industries, with a current client list which includes businesses of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies.
Blended or Universal Search?

Michael and I had the opportunity to attend the SMX (Search Marketing Expo) last week in sunny Santa Clara, CA.

Paid Links and Google Kool Aid

Michael Gray doesn’t know who I am, I don’t expect him to. We sat next to each other one day at lunch during Pubcon, he is a polite, engaging guy, with obviously tons of knowledge in SEO/SEM field.

Bite Size Online Marketing

A good portion of our blog readers are small business owners looking to grow their business by expanding their online efforts, or just getting started with their online efforts.

A Google Buffet

I have been able to take some more time and mess around with Google’s Universal Search over the long holiday weekend, and I really like the direction.

Google Categories (Changes to Competitive SEO)

Lee Odden blogged about Google Categories yesterday. I wasn’t able to duplicate the categories look, but it did get me thinking about the ramifications to online competition if categories in search become commonplace. As well as how categories might influence our SEO strategies as business owners.

Japan’s SEO Future

On my last day in Japan, I can report that there is a huge market for Japanese SEO services.

Out SEO the Competition

We all know SEO assists a site to perform better in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages), but the reasons people SEO can differ.

PPC Advice – Good, Bad, or Very Bad?

Today, I took a few moments to take in a bit of the current online marketing blogscape. I eventually came across a post entitled "17 most common PPC mistakes web marketers make" by Igor Mor. It was posted on SEOMoz as part of their YOUMoz program where they "claim" posts from others they deem appropriate.

Entrepreneurship (What Was I Thinking?)

I know this is a little off topic, but since Michael has been discussing how to get your own SEO company off the ground and growing, and due to the week Michael and I just suffered through, I had to remind myself frequently on why I traded in my previous “easy” life as a corporate suit, with a cushy job, limited responsibilities, manageable workload, consistent salary and paid health care for this life of entrepreneurship.

Even Your Mom can Understand SEO

I have the opportunity to discuss SEO quite a bit, even my mom wants to understand SEO and our newest venture.