Richard Nazarewicz, Technical search engine optimisation Supervisor on the Wall Road Journal
I had the opportunity to meet Richard Nazarewicz, Technical SEO Manager at the Wall Street Journal, in my office to talk about SEO. In this two-part interview with about 30 minutes of SEO knowledge, we talked about a lot of SEO topics.
Here is a bullet point of the topics we covered, and feel free to check out the interviews below:
- Richard Nazarewicz’s story in SEO goes back to his work at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), which hosted the Alta Vista servers
- Freelance and temporary work in Spain and relocation to the USA
- Joined the Wall Street Journal as an SEO
- How to approach technical SEO for a paper like the Wall Street Journal
- Typical day of an SEO on the WSJ
- Some Big SEO Gains on the WSJ
- Using Live Reporting, the Indexing API, and Bing
- The importance of evergreen content
- Effects of algorithm updates on the WSJ
- The mindset of every SEO employee at WSJ
- and much more
Here are the two videos:
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About the author
Barry Schwartz is an editor at Search Engine Land and a member of the programming team for SMX events. He owns RustyBrick, a New York-based web consulting firm. He also runs the Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry’s personal blog is called Cartoon Barry and can be followed here on Twitter.
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