I like to describe myself as the SEO manager of "this and that". I'm in the business of changing the internet since the first dot com bubble, and well you pic up some things over the years (not a complete list) i.e.:
- identifying b*llshit
- getting things done
- getting the right things done
- in the right order
- asking the right questions
- how to read data
- how to ignore noise
- how to talk to developers
- how to get buy-in from marketing/pr
- how to convince CEOs
- how to have fun
With very high probabilty I'm the most successful SEO in Europe, unique visit vise (culminated summed unique visits of all webproperties i optimized substantially).
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The best way to find out about me, is to google me.
The definition of waiting goes something like "The action of staying where one is or delaying action until a particular time or until something else happens." Holger says: "Don't wait! - Don't wait if you don't have to." - And most of us don't ...
With a background in artistic production, great interest in current net culture and all emerging forms and tools of producing the internet of today, the current focus of his activities circles around web performance and speeding up the web with the simple aim to extinct online waiting periods.
As a perfectionist, he's bound to know, before taking action. This and years of doing web production himself, he collected sophisticated knowledge about front-end as well as backend development.
It is up to him to scrutinize and study the implementaion of web sites, to find every possible way of winning time - while trying hard to avoid possible trade offs in terms of design and UI.
He's also an active member of the web performance vienna group.
So remember: If it's fast, it's probably still too slow for Holger.