Welcoming Greg Gifford – Vice President of Search

Wikimotives new VP of search, Greg Gifford
Posted on by Daniel Barker
Categories: Local SEO, SEO News

Riddle us this – Who is tattooed in a (nearly) complete leg sleeve of goonies tattoos, was the mascot for SMU in his younger days, and is obsessed (along with the rest of his family) with Disney World?

Wikimotive’s new Vice President of Search, Greg Gifford, that’s who!

We are most pleased to announce Greg Gifford as the newest member to our all-star, SEO Animal team here at Wikimotive. Greg’s industry-leading efforts in local search have been highlighted across stages internationally at the worlds biggest SEO conferences, from Brighton SEO to MozCon, infusing audiences with massive doses of SEO knowledge mixed with humor and movie trivia.

Greg’s storied career began in Flash, Web Development and Digital marketing but quickly found a home in SEO where he has stood as a leader in local search, helping 1000’s of businesses find the results they have found impossible to find elsewhere.

In retrospect, two things stand out in stark contrast about Greg and his career:

  1. Greg’s methods deliver exceptional results
  2. Greg’s unique method for delivering his message resonates with audiences of all backgrounds, making SEO accessible to the masses

In short Greg is nothing short of an SEO Rock Star. At Wikimotive, Greg will continue to rock out on stages and conferences all over the world, spreading the “local search” message far and wide with 6 speaking events already scheduled for 2019 outside the US and countless other engagements scheduled more locally.

As Wikimotive continues to branch out into different marketing verticals Greg’s local strategy will serve as a cornerstone for success for small businesses in a variety of different markets, proving once again that what comes next is going to be awesome. As such, we are thrilled to have Greg as part of our ever-growing team of SEO Animals!

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