Chris Porteous

Chris Porteous

Guest Writer
High Performance Growth Marketer

About Chris Porteous

Chris Porteous is CEO of Grey Smoke Media/My SEO Sucks, which builds sales funnels and marketing workflow solutions for businesses across North America.

More From Chris Porteous

Innovation Now

Technology Is Changing Insurance for The Better

An entire industry has become both more efficient and secure.
Marketing

Don't Let Digital Marketing Mistakes Derail Your Business

In this online-consumer age, it can make or break growth and survival.
News and Trends

How Fitness Companies Are Disrupting the Way We Work Out

Peloton and Beachbody are altering the landscape of the fitness industry.
Technology

Why Your Business Growth Depends on IT Infrastructure

Success only evolves if company tech does.
Technology

4 Security Tips To Help Your Business Grow

Technology is the key to making sure no one unlocks your doors or data.
Time Management

Why Time Is Your Most Important Business Resource

Make a personalized effort to better manage your time to more effectively prioritize your efforts toward what you most want.
Entrepreneurs

Mastering Your Niche: How to Run a Craft Business From Home

To be successful, you have to master marketing yourself too.
Global Expansion

5 Key Points to Consider When You Are Expanding Your Business Globally

The farther you are from home, the more important due diligence becomes.
Innovation Now

Human Tech Support Still Has a Future

Tech will empower, not replace, human beings.
Content Marketing

Balancing Creativity and SEO in Content Writing

If people like your content, Google will like your content.
Innovation Now

Add SEO to the List of Everything Being Transformed by Artificial Intelligence

Search engines are leveraging artificial intelligence to create more relevant responses to search queries.
SEO Tips

4 Keyword Search Strategies to Grow Your Business

No matter what business you are in, you won't be in business for long if no one can find your company.
Innovation Now

7 Traits of Supremely Productive Employees

High-performing employees are worth their weight in gold.