I'm a solo web developer based in Melbourne, Australia, who runs a small business based around WordPress Development.
I need an all-round SEO and SEM expert.
You must have experience in the following;
- Google Search Engine Optimsation (On-page)
- Google Ads
- Google Analytics
- Google Search Console
- Google Tag Manager
- Facebook Ads
- Instagram Ads
- Open Graph
- Yoast SEO
All of the sites I work on are based around WordPress and need someone to help me with on-page SEO, mainly around page descriptions and title/alt tags on links and images.
There is also the potential to suggest changes to title tags and wording, however, the main ones we want to focus on are descriptions and link/image tags.
We'll want to start off with a report from you that covers the recommended changes, and the suggested wording we use in descriptions and tags.
Initially, this will be a part-time position (20 hours per week, no weekend work) but it is likely that your workload will increase to full time within the next 2-3 months.
You will be required to produce regular reports on SEO performance and suggest appropriate optimisations for both my internal websites and those of my clients that I have built websites for.
You should also be experienced in the setup and running of ad campaigns on various platforms.
It would be great if you had some sort of qualification to support your work (eg. Google Ads expert).
If you think you would be a good fit, then please reach out.
To support your application please include answers to the following questions;
What is your expected hourly rate (AUD)?
When are you available to start work?
Are you happy to work by yourself?
Are you happy to work on an hourly basis initially (To see that we are a good fit for each other)?
What are your preferred work hours and timezone?
Are you willing to produce an SEO report on a website and offer some suggestions on how to improve the site in order for me to gauge your skills before offering you an employment agreement (you will be paid upto 4 hours for your report/work)?
Initially, this will be part time work (approx. 20 hours/week) and then ramping up to full time.