Modern Intern Lydia: Site Hits

All of us at Mondo have been snowboarders.

Pete, Mondo's Digital Communications Manager, and I one and the other worked in marketing departments at Vermont ski resorts. Pete, Mondo's Digital Communications Manager, has accepted Eastern role Editor, covering ski 'resortrelated' news for the whole eastern seaboard. This is always the case. Your modern intern, Lydia, grew up in Stratton shadows Mountain and was usually a genuine shredhead. Seriously. That's why we're really excited to be signed on as content developers for OnTheSnow.

Notice that I met Nate, your web developer, on Mount slopes Snow.

My 1st assignment came small amount of months after Hurricane Irene pummeled Vermont. Being a digital heavy, Internetbased marketing firm, we are trained to keep Search Engine Optimisation a priority in all our own online copy. We had been stoked, when we learned that my article had been showing up in the one spot on Bing's search results in the ews category for the term Hurricane Irene Vermont. In 1200 words, we recounted my special feelings about floods week, enlightened the effect it had on Vermont ski resorts, and wrapped it all up with a salute to the neighbors and communities that have banded gether to rebuild.

The 1-st page placement is a testament to our own potential to strategically mesh Search Engine promotion with 'well written' copy.

It is unsually essential to note that the internet site hosting the copy in this case OnTheSnow. It was no wonder that it saw almost 9000000 one of a kind visits past year and its articles systematically rank big in search results. It was no wonder that it saw around 9000000 remarkable visits previous year and its articles successively rank lofty in search results. It was significant to note that the web page hosting the copy in this case OnTheSnow. The 1st page placement is always a testament to opportunity to strategically mesh SERP optimisation with 'well written' copy.