9 Military Veterans Who Now Serve the SEO Community

JEREMY KNAUFF | November 11, 2018

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Search engine optimization (SEO) is a challenging profession because so few people possess all of the character traits necessary for success in this industry. If you’re reading this, then you’re probably already a part of this rare and elite group. There is another rare group that also attracts the type of people who possess these character traits. Another group that I feel both honored and blessed to be a part of. And one that you’re probably hearing about everywhere today. That group is military veterans. It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the search industry would attract exactly the type of people who tend to thrive in the challenging and complex environment found in the military.

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