Timothy Carter

Timothy Carter

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
CRO of SEO.co

About Timothy Carter

Timothy Carter is the CRO of the Seattle digital marketing agency SEO.co. He has spent more than 20 years in the world of SEO and digital marketing leading, building and scaling sales operations, helping companies increase revenue efficiency and drive growth from websites and sales teams.

More From Timothy Carter

Marketing

Learn From Mercedes-Benz's Reputation-Damaging Mistake in the Chinese Market

Your business's name is even more important than you may think.
Marketing

Why Marketers Are Suffering From Bad Content

And what to do about it.
Technology

The Benefits of Using Multiple Domains for Your Business

So, why would you want to complicate things by incorporating multiple domains into your business strategy?  
Content Marketing

How to Stand Out in a Crowded Content Marketing Space

There are an estimated 600 million blogs currently running, with more than 1.7 billion websites in existence. How are you supposed to increase your visibility and reach in such an environment?  
Entrepreneurs

Here's Where First Impressions Can Make or Break Your Brand

Pay attention to these five areas if you want to leverage the power of first impressions.
Automation

How to Use Automation (and Avoid the Pitfalls) as an Entrepreneur

To use automation effectively, you need to first understand its strengths and weaknesses and then build a strategy around them.  
Entrepreneurs

What Every Entrepreneur Can Gain From Mindfulness

These six effects are only a few of the benefits that come with mindfulness meditation.
Prepare to Succeed

How to Start a Successful Marketing Agency from Scratch

Opening a marketing agency is tough, but with the right strategy your business can take off.
Entrepreneurs

How to Account for Cognitive Biases as an Entrepreneur

Cognitive biases are unavoidable. They're something we all have to deal with. But with these strategies, you can minimize your susceptibility to them, and ultimately make more rational, objective decisions as an entrepreneur.  
Entrepreneurs

How to Spot Entrepreneurial Burnout (Before It's Too Late)

For many entrepreneurs, there comes a "last straw" breaking point where the conditions are too stressful or too overwhelming to continue. But for most others, the eventual loss of passion for entrepreneurship -- better known as burnout -- is something slower and more gradual. It's a creeping feeling that grows from day to day and eventually begins to affect your work performance.
Cultivating Emotional Intelligence

Why Entrepreneurship Is the Engine of Economic Development

Entrepreneurial activity, or in other words, the creation of new businesses, is what supports local economies, what supports our country's GDP, and what helps the stock market continue to grow. So why is it that entrepreneurship is such a powerful engine of economic development?
Leadership

How to Cultivate Confidence as a Leader

Some of the most confident people you've met aren't naturally confident. They're either faking it or they've trained themselves to be more confident. Or both.
Entrepreneurs

How to Form Better Habits as an Entrepreneur

Ingrained habits are ridiculously hard to stop; practicing a habit continuously reinforces it, making it harder and harder to break away from the pattern. And starting something new requires a surplus of focus, attention and willpower. So how can you do it?
Events

How to Host Better Virtual Meetings

Virtual meetings suffer many of the same drawbacks as traditional meetings, including poor organization, bloated timeslots and disinterested attendees. But they also suffer from a batch of problems uniquely their own, including intermittent delays, connectivity issues and the dreaded patterns of ongoing interruptions. So how do you host better virtual meetings?