Websight SEO History
“When all is said and done, what good is a web presence if no one can find you?”
– David Spanierman
Established in the spring of 2010, WebSight SEO is a White Hat search engine optimization company (we’re the good guys – no keyword stuffing, invisible text or doorway pages here, thank you very much) that asks the questions, “What are searchers looking for and how and where are they looking?” With the answers to those questions in hand, WebSight SEO aligns a client’s website (and its offerings, if need be) accordingly.
While some may call this inbound marketing and others SEO, David Spanierman likes to think of his services as a hybrid that draws upon the best of both. “My job,” he says, “is to make sure that a client’s content is optimally presented in order to maximize traction and organic Internet traffic.”
Originally from New York City, David moved to Southern Vermont drawn not only by its outstanding natural beauty but also by the fascinating mix of native Vermonters, from-away artists and craftspeople and the assorted cultural outcasts that called the region home.
Taken together, the assembled masses created, as he put it, a strange yet stimulating intellectual harmony. “To this I was drawn like a bee to the nectar of a spring flower.” [It should be noted, in defense of the purple prose, that David is an avid beekeeper as well as an SEO Sherpa.]
By the dawn of the new millennium, like others, David Spanierman began to realize that the incredible and ever-growing power of the Internet would be the de facto engine of commerce for this and coming generations.
By 2002 it was clear that the leader of the search pack was Google and since that time David has devoted his time to the study of search – on Google, primarily, as it is without question the 800 lb. gorilla in the room, as well as on Yahoo and Microsoft’s Bing.
As noted, David is a beekeeper, a husband, and the father of two boys – not necessarily in that order.