I had the opportunity to welcome Richard Nazarewicz, the SEO technical lead at The Wall Street Journal, to my office to discuss SEO. In this two-part interview, with around 30 minutes of SEO knowledge, we talked about a ton of SEO topics.

Here’s a bulleted list of the topics we’ve covered and feel free to watch the interviews below:

  • Richard Nazarewicz’s story in the SEO space going back to his work at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) where Alta Vista servers were hosted
  • Self-employment and temporary work during your stay in Spain and your move to the United States
  • Join the Wall Street Journal as an SEO
  • How to approach technical SEO for a newspaper like the Wall Street Journal
  • Typical day of an SEO at the WSJ
  • Some big SEO wins at the WSJ
  • Using Live Coverage, Indexing API, and Bing
  • The importance of permanent content
  • Algorithm updates impact the WSJ
  • Everyone’s mindset being an SEO at the WSJ
  • and much more

Here are the two videos:

If you are a research professional interested in appearing on Barry’s vlog, you can fill in this form on the search engine roundtable; he is currently looking to do interviews in the tri-state area of ​​NY / NJ. You can also subscribe to his YouTube channel by click here.

About the Author

Barry Schwartz, Search Engine Land Contributing Editor and member of the SMX Events Programming Team. He owns Rusty Brick, a New York-based web consulting company. He also runs Roundtable on search engines, a popular research blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry’s personal blog is called Barry cartoon and he can be followed on Twitter here.


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