Hello and welcome to SEO Notes, my personal repository and digital notebook where I share the insights and observations I’ve gathered over a fascinating journey in the world of SEO and software engineering.

My career as a software engineer spans over 20 years, during which I’ve had the privilege of working with several Fortune 50 companies. This experience has given me a profound understanding of the intricacies of technology and its evolving landscape. About 15 years ago, I ventured into the realm of SEO, driven by a curiosity to understand how search engines interpret and rank the vast ocean of digital content. My focus has been on helping small and medium businesses enhance their online presence, working strictly through referrals. This allowed me to cultivate a hands-on, personalized approach, tailoring strategies that fit the unique fabric of each business.

SEO Notes is my way of giving back to the vibrant community that has been an integral part of my professional life. It’s a place where I document and share my personal notes, observations, and experiences in SEO. None of what you read here is polished or professional; it’s a collection of thoughts, experiments, and learnings accumulated over the last 15 years. From algorithm changes to content strategies, and everything in between, these pages are a reflection of my journey through the ever-changing SEO landscape.

Disclaimer: The contents of this site are purely my conjectures and reflections based on personal experiences in the field of SEO. I do not claim to have insider knowledge about search engine algorithms or their operational mechanisms. The SEO world is vast and ever-evolving, and what may have worked yesterday might not hold the same effect today. Please take these notes as personal musings, not professional advice. I hope my journey and insights spark your curiosity and contribute, even in a small way, to your SEO adventures.

Warm regards,

SEO Notes