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Be Findable Pro Offers Valuable FREE SEO Advice for Photographers

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Arvada, CO – April 18, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

With 75 percent of all those on search results never scrolling past the first page, ranking high on search engines is no longer an option, it’s critical. Jason Grubb, a photographer who’s developed a proprietary method for becoming incredibly “findable” on Google is now helping many photographers step out from behind the camera and in front of the world of SEO. And, he’s doing some of it for free on his website Be-Findable.pro.

Grubb, a wedding photographer, began in 2009 researching the benefits of SEO for photographers and discovered the best website platforms for SEO along with ways of getting page one results while keeping up with the sudden and constant changes of Google.

Now, through his website, Be-Findable.pro, Grubb offers Free SEO Advice for Photographers. The site is full of free tips and information to enhance photographers’ existing websites and help them gain access to the latest information. Photographers can expect to learn valuable techniques and find useful resources in the list of articles on such varied topics as, how to build authority; using the powerful tool of Google Suggest; the best infographics; and how to avoid old, irrelevant website trends. There’s even a free webinar explaining SEO.

For those who wish to implement his methods, Grubb offers, for a fee, his services for SEO for photographers and Social Media SEO for Photographers. Using his exclusive methods, he has helped photographers across the country see their websites rank on the first page of Google time after time due to their unique keyword phrases, allowing them to generate enough traffic to book the amount of clients they need.

“Within the first six months of outsourcing my SEO to Be Findable, I am on the first page of Google in Anchorage and I’ve booked more weddings there than I could have ever expected,” said Erica Rose, after working with Grubb.

Most photographers using the Be Findable methods don’t have to wait too long to see results, usually about three to six months, with many seeing results within weeks.

About Be Findable

Ninety-three percent of online experiences begin with a search engine and Jason Grubb, founder of Be Findable Pro wants to help photographers be on page one. He doesn’t guarantee page one ranking, but photographers across the country are seeing those results after either outsourcing their SEO to Be Findable Pro or hiring Grubb to teach them his methods.

Contact: Jason Grubb
303-204-8937 or hello@be-findable.pro

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