Free small business and local SEO consulting for veterans
If you are a United States Armed forces veteran who runs a small business, I offer local SEO consulting 100% free of charge to help your business gain the most visibility possible in Google’s search results. Like you, I am very busy and unfortunately do not have time to implement my recommendations for you, but do offer free consulting via email, text messages and phone calls. Just send me a message to get started.
My first venture started out of a barracks room wall locker
I served on active duty for 5 years in the United States Marine Corps and have a passion to help other veterans. My first venture actually started out of a wall locker in my barracks room and quickly grew to several thousand dollars of revenue each month. After getting out of the Corps and therefore moving away from my customer base, I tried to transition the business online without having any idea of how to get people to my website. Between the online store and previously owning a local business, I’ve experienced first hand the sleepless nights from stressing about how to get customers.
Additional resources for vetrepreneurs
Other local SEO’s giving gack
Phil Rozek is another Local SEO offering help through his Visibility for Veterans program. I can tell you from first hand experience, the guy is world class and one of the most respected influencers out there.
— Phil Rozek (@philrozek) February 9, 2016
Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities
If you are a service-disabled veteran, apply for the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (you’ll thank me later). I am an alumnus of their UCLA regional program and have attended multiple national conferences where I have had the pleasure of meeting speakers including: Navy SEAL and TRX founder Randy Hetrick, Founder and CEO of Sport Clips Gordon Logan, and Green Beret and Founder and CEO of numerous boutique hotels Larry Broughton.
While not veteran-related, global education is something I am also passionate about, so I have teamed up with my lifelong friend Joe Klunder to help promote his Education Challenge.