Ash Nallawalla is a remote based SEO specialist looking for a new SEO job:
- Has +20 years of experience in SEO
- Has been 18 years working remotely
- Specialized in Enterprise SEO, Accessibility
- Speaking experience since 2007 at Pubcon and occasional ones in Australia.
- Contributor at https://www.webmasterworld.com
- Spoken languages: English
- Find via: Website | Twitter | LinkedIn
1. Can you please share your experience highlights and achievements as an SEO professional?
- 20+ years of SEO experience – in-house, agency, consulting and training. Client websites ranged from small, medium to multi-national enterprises.
- National Australia Bank – doubled organic traffic in 8 months; tripled after 3 years.
- Melbourne IT – over 500 agency clients ranked in top 10 = 80%; in top 20 = 90%
- Yellow Pages – improved organic traffic by 18%
- Suncorp Group – managed SEO in-house 18 brands of insurance and banking products
- TrainSEM – own training business trained hundreds of people around the world
2. What are your unique strengths as an SEO? Why do these companies need to hire you?
I have built websites since 1995 and have kept up with the profession with hands-on work, even as a manager, so my expertise is practical.
3. What type of SEO roles or jobs are you interested in?
I am interested in an ongoing role a few days each month as a remote “visibility monitor” where I can mentor your in-house SEO and Content teams or supervise your external SEO agency. The latter is important where you have no website specialist in-house.
4. How would you like to contribute in your next SEO role? What’s the impact you wish to have?
My focus is on website conversions, as defined by the client. By acting as an ongoing consultant, I will be the “second opinion” who can advise the business owner.
5. Why do you work remotely?
I have worked in-house and remotely in my career. Now I prefer remote work, part-time with each client, so that I can work with many of them without spending time in a daily commute.
6. How do you tackle remote work challenges? (productivity, communication, etc.)
As I live in Australia, time-zone differences can be a challenge and an advantage. I can work outside local working hours if email will not work in a situation and a phone call is required. The time zone difference also enables a faster turnaround, as I can work when the overseas client has finished work for the day.
7. Is there anything else that you would like to share about you, personally or professionally?
I am in talks with a well-known book publisher, so look out for a book later this year.
8. How can companies get in touch with you to talk more about a potential remote position?
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