So hi everyone, I'm Karthik. Finished my business administration degree and found myself taking up an internet marketing job, fell in love with it and having a great time ever since. It's been over two years, few mentors, a lot of websites and lots of people sharing, inspiring & learning along.
So feel free to teach this novice, share with him, correct him and ask him for any help needed - and he'll do the best he can to contribute to this community.
Whoa, that's 4 people joined before I finished typing this post. Boy this is growing! :)
And yeah, you're most welcome to visit the website I'm co-authoring. Attaching the latest post.
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I screwed it up this time. :-|
Can't add a screenshot here, sorry. :)
The most challenging part, I think, will be the keyword research part, since Google and other search engines don't have enough search data to hinge to. Of course, because it's in my mother-tongue, I got a better edge at it. But technically, would anyone tip me a feasible way of approaching this?
I would definitely do that for a different language but not for Tamil. Because as I said, the search behavior is a little bizarre over here. To put it simple, think of people searching with English queries and expecting the results in Tamil. :)
And Adwords KT doesn't seem to return keyword suggestions when I type in queries in Tamil.
But that's a good suggestion, will keep it in mind. Thanks a lot!
You're welcome to visit the blog I'm co-authoring: http://searchmonkeys.us/
So good day, and have fun! :)
- LocalBizNetworkSEO Manager, 2013 - present
- SifySEO Analyst, 2012 - 2013
- InteleANTS Virtual Workforce Private LimitedInternet Marketing Executive, 2011 - 2012
- OrganicApex Private LimitedOnline Marketing Associate, 2010 - 2011
Have a passion for Music. Gratitude towards and blessed by Love and God.
Struggles have been certain part of life, and therefore, taught me a lot.
Believe in dreaming, mankind, mom, friends and my attitude.
A kind of trial-and-error living. Sometimes works, sometimes sucks (okay, more often).
- Pondicherry UniversityMBA, 2008 - 2010
- Devanga Arts CollegeB.Sc. Chemistry
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