Search Engine Optimization :: Lyndsay Walker :: Toronto, Ontario

Big changes in 2009 for Lyndseo

A lot has happened since my last post on December 31, 2008.  Most notably, I am no longer working for WestJet Airlines.

I have decided to move back to Winnipeg where my husband and I have family.  It’s been a tough adjustment for us in Calgary. We gave it two years, but never really felt settled.

Right now, I’m trying to figure out what that means for me.  Either:

A) I look for employment as an in-house SEO
B) I look for employment at an agency
C) I take on clients independently through Lyndseo

Option A is not likely to happen. I’m really anxious to get a chance to work with a variety of companies and industries and have the ability to flex my internet marketing muscles.  SEO is most definitely my specialty, but in the past few years I’ve had the opportunity work get my hands dirty in other areas of web marketing as well.

I’m open to suggestions, job opportunities and contract opportunities.  You can send me a note through my contact page or come follow me @lyndseo on Twitter!

Category: Career/Jobs
  • pratt says:

    I think option B & C sound the best for you. I can’t imagine being an in-house and working on the same site every day. I think it is much more fun to be faced with the many challenges you’ll receive from working with a variety of clients, all of whom are at a different stage in their Web site life cycle.

    At any rate, good luck with the move. Things will fall into place naturally, don’t rush it.

    February 5, 2009 at 3:02 pm
  • Chris Hooley says:

    Your forgot option D – do what you have been doing for OTHER people for yourself finally (I’m in this boat now)

    No need to make other people rich, work for yourself. Launch a few websites about topics you love, figure out how to monetize them, and rank them :-)

    February 8, 2009 at 12:53 am
  • Jeff Randall says:

    If you are wanting to flex your marketing muscles option D will certainly give you a chance to do so while offering variety in your work day. You could just dabble in option D if you decide B or C are going to work better for you now.

    Good luck with your decision Lyndsay (or should I say Lydnsay – hehe).

    February 9, 2009 at 2:26 pm

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