About

Bob Jones

Hey, I’m Bob and this is version 832 of my personal blog. I’ve been called an entrepreneur, a digital marketer, an affiliate marketer, a digital architect, an SEO and social media personality.

I write and publish stuff occasionally. You might have seen me around on SearchEngineJournal, MOZ or the HuffPo.

Some of the businesses, websites and projects I’ve done in the past decade include but are not limited to:

  • JohnCow.com (popular parody blog until I sold it in 2006 I think it was.)
  • MillionEuroWiki.com (don’t ask :)), an archive.org scraper.
  • A whole bunch of WordPress plugins, many of them either sold or not active anymore. (e.g lockalike.com, streamwp.com, and a pile of other ones I can’t even remember anymore.)
  • A slew of streaming TV and movie websites, like  watchmissedepisodes.com (I know, I know, I shut them all down after the MPAA came knocking with a C&D.)
  • The last thing I did to date and which was the most successful was Visible.com.au which is an Australian Digital Agency which I started in 2013 and sold in 2016.

I’m currently looking to get back into affiliate marketing and ecommerce projects. Always keen to hear about new and exciting projects, so if you want to bounce some ideas around, shoot me an email or hit me up on Facebook.

Later!

 

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  1. Kaustubh Choudhari

    Hello Bob,

    My name is Kaustubh Choudhari working as a Digital Marketing Associate for ProvenSEO.

    ProvenSEO is one of the leading Digital Marketing startups. It provides services like Influencer Marketing, Sponsored Blog Posts and much more.

    I came across your LinkedIn profile and found out that you do write blogs for Social Engine Journal and Huffington Post. So I was wondering whether we could get featured on SEJ.

    Also, we are looking for experts like you, who could contribute to our company’s blog. So, if you’re interested, I’d love to get your take on the project and figure out how we can make it beneficial for both parties.

    Looking forward to hearing back!

    Reply

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