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kylefaberseo

Husband. Father. SEO…in that order.

During the day, I work as the Director of SEO at a large publishing company, building the SEO program and leading a team of awesome SEO’s for Taste of Home, Reader’s Digest, Family Handyman and other digital publications.

Previously, I worked at a commercial distributor where I used SEO to increase traffic by over 400% and revenue by over 600% in less than 12 months, and prior to that I was co-founder of a digital agency that focused on WordPress web development and SEO.

In my free time, I work on sites to improve their performance, and increase organic traffic via technical SEO audits, content audits & strategy, and on-page optimization.

Personally, I’m married to an incredible person, am the father of two amazing little girls, love scotch and shooting pool.

SEO
Audits

start at...
$ 2,500
00
as a one-time fee
  • crawling, indexing and rendering
  • duplicate content & canonicalization
  • rankings and link evaluation
  • ... so much more

Keyword
Research

improve rankings, grow traffic...
$ 750
00
per report
  • inventory of current content & rankings
  • competitive gap & market assessment
  • prioritized quick win briefs
  • avg. 3 day turn around

Site Speed
Optimization

starts at...
$ 750
00
as a one-time fee
  • wordpress performance optimization
  • can work with any theme and host
  • guaranteed faster site
  • avg. 5 day turn around
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Latest Blog Posts

Speed Up WordPress : 5 Ways to Make WordPress Faster

WordPress is a fantastic—and fast—content management platform. However, the ability for it to become bloated with loose web management practices, bad development habits and poor theme / plugin choices, makes it easy to take it from being an incredibly performant CMS platform to one which makes you feel like you’re

Leaving the Agency Life & Becoming an In-House SEO

The title really says it all. After almost 11 years at Regal (small digital agency we started back in 2007), my business partner and I decided it was time to hang things up and shut things down. To be honest, I’ve learned a lot over the years. We started that