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George Fischer

George Fischer

SEO Director

Response Mine

George Fischer is the SEO Director at Response Mine Interactive (RMI) where he is responsible for managing all aspects of Response Mine’s search engine optimization (SEO) media operations including the design of SEO product offerings such as local search and reputation management. In addition, Fischer is responsible for pitching Response Mine SEO offerings to potential clients while exploring new organic opportunities with existing clients.

Fischer joined Response Mine in 2008 as a Marketing Leadership Associate where he managed Pay Per Click (PPC) campaigns for clients such as Home Depot and Rooms To Go and assisted clients with their SEO operations.

He was promoted to SEO Manager in 2009 and then to Senior SEO Manager in 2010 where he was responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of SEO for all clients. Fischer also assisted in the acquisition of new business and forecasted incremental revenue gains based upon various keyword ranking improvements in these positions.

In 2011, Fischer became SEO Supervisor where he hired, managed, trained and grew RMI’s SEO media staff. He also examined and collaborated on cross channel marketing strategies for paid search, display and affiliate and maximized the quality of the agency’s SEO offerings by researching and testing the latest and best in class SEO tactics available.

Fischer earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School with a dual concentration in marketing and organization management.

Articles by George Fischer

  1. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

    Controlling the conversation around your brand is critical to upholding and improving reputation and converting more customers. Here's how to make sure you monopolize all the available paid and organic brand real estate on the first page of Google.

  2. Leveraging Pinterest for SEO and E-commerce

    Pinterest represents a virtually untapped marketing channel for online retailers and brands. It's capable of driving incremental revenue, improving SEO performance, and increasing brand awareness. Here's how to pin and win for SEO and e-commerce.

  3. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Bing

    Owning the first page of Google is a great first step to a successful reputation management campaign; however, Google isn't the only game in town. Next up, you'll want to monopolize your brand real estate on Page 1 of Bing. Here's how to do it.

  4. 3 Ways to Identify Link Prospects

    In a crowded space where everyone uses the same basic tactics, only those who utilize creative forms of outreach specific to their target vertical will separate from the pack. Here's how to gain high-quality links and a competitive advantage.

  5. How to Hire & Retain SEO Talent in 2013

    Whether you’re doing SEO in an agency environment, in-house, or as a freelancer, your success depends heavily on the talent of your employees, who will create and execute performance-driving SEO campaigns. Here’s how to find and keep them.

  6. Critical Components to SEO Success in 2013

    Invest in hiring and retaining talent, writing high-quality content, and acquiring relevant links from authority sites. This powerful combination will lead to impressive organic results well into 2013 and beyond.