Pieces of Chain

My profiles, presence, and articles I've written around the web: First off, there's this post about all the juicy new links to my Visual Itineraries website. And then I've got a bunch of Feedburner feeds about all sorts of sites I'm involved with. Of course there's my SEO consulting website, www.michaelcottam.com, which I'd be a fool not to link to (it's on Judy's Book too). And I've created an SEO-optimized photo gallery at www.cottamphotos.com. And I've got a handful of videos on my YouTube channel as well, plus videos on Panda/Penguin, the Portland Rotary club, an SEMpdx benefit event for the Myrtle Point Library foundation (in honor of my parents)...plus this little snippet of a Ferrari Enzo. I have a little one-page site for OzTech, Inc. (my S-corp that holds my consulting business as well as Visual Itineraries).

You'll find me on the MozLocal (previously GetListed.org) recommended list of local SEO experts, and here on SEOmoz's Associates team, and also on SEOmoz's recommended companies list.


Profiles on other sites

I'm on Facebook (surprised?), I'm a board member at SEMpdx where I'm responsible for sponsorships. You'll find my slide decks from SEMpdx presentations (and others) on SlideShare. I got myself onto Crunchbase....I have a Tumblr account, of course. And who isn't on Twitter these days. I've got a Google profile which helps with getting your picture showing up in the search results next to articles you've written. I'm on FanPop, DNHour (for the link). I've recently written articles on scuba diving and planning a destination wedding for ExpertBeacon.com as well. LinkedIn is much more useful. I've written a handful of articles for AboutUs.org. Portland On Fire did this little profile on me a couple of years ago. I did this guest post for PleasureTripping.com on honeymoon ideas recently as well. Other sites I'm on that I haven't done much with: TripIt, Panoramio, and listings for my SEO consulting site and my travel site.

You can see all the tweets we've done for my client Sunspots Safaris if you click that link. Photo stuff: iStockphoto, Flickr of course...and I've got some well-followed boards on Pinterest for honeymoon destinations, jewelry, collector cars, my clients, hunting in New Zealand, motorcycles, overwater bungalows, local business listings, African safari lodges, best pools in the world, and other stuff.

And here's a Google map of where many of my clients are.

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