Phil Craven Selected As "SEO/Coder Author"

Dec 30, 2003 - 5:46 pm 0 by

Phil Craven, owner of WebWorkshop, one of the most unique and independent content sites on SEO on the Web, started out as learning to program in Basic, he then learned to do it in machine code and, after that, he took the computer apart, drew its circuit from the printed circuit board and learned how it all worked. Phil then began developing his own sites and learned about SEO soon after.

Because of Phil's occasional involvement in SEO forums and because of the WebWorkshop website, Phil has become quite well-known in the world of webmasters and search engine optimization. He is known as someone who thinks independently and not a person who accepts what others say just because they say it. Because he is seen as a person with firm and well thought out opinions, his views have been sought by such significant organizations as The Wall Street Journal.

Phil will be providing his views on SEO from an angle that others might not agree with or like. I feel his views should be heard and available to the SEO community and I am proud that he has accepted my invitation to join as the "SEO/Coder Author" at the Search Engine Roundtable Weblog.


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