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Jessica Bowman
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Creator of ah-ha moments. Initiator of paradigm shifts. Driver of organizational change. In-house SEO expert.

Jessica is a marketer who comes from an IT background, which gives her a different perspective than many search marketers on how to execute SEO by integrating into existing systems and processes. Her diverse experience in project management, website usability, and process analysis gives her the insight to ask the right questions, in the right order, to identify the best approach for implementing SEO at your company.

Jessica isn’t just a “tech geek”… an international speaker and columnist, she fluently speaks to marketing in one sentence and the tech team in the next, bridging the gap between both SEO requirements and how marketing and IT need to work together. Jessica is a marketing-to-IT translator.

Jessica’s specialty is to help companies leverage your existing resources and talent. She determines what a company needs and doesn’t need, identifies where the focus should be, points out what isn’t worth the effort, and gives actionable recommendations for SEO success.

Jessica graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in information systems management from Washington University, holds a B.A. in international economics and management from Hiram College, loves foreign travel, kicks butt at the game Connect Four, and has been featured in The Art of SEO, the SEO Bible and Marie Claire magazine.

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Selected as one of 2012's Hottest Digital Marketers by iMedia Connection; Featured as a role model in Marie Claire Magazine
  • Hiram College
  • Washington University
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Warning: DO NOT USE BUSY BEE MOVING COMPANY IN ST. PETERS, MO! Poor-Fair is an overstatement (it's the lowest rating Google allows)... it was lower than poor. Furniture was damaged, they said they would repair it, and have not responded to any contact from us or the Better Business Bureau. What happened: They moved brand new furniture in December 2012 from one home to another and were told in the contract to use TLC because it was new furniture. This was written into the contract. When they moved the furniture into the apartment, they removed the protective blanket before moving it upstairs. When it arrived upstairs, it had a ton of black marks, dents and a chunk off the wood trim. When the manager (Carol) asked her team, they told her it was old furniture. It was a sofa and chaise $2,000-$3,000 each, with white distressing. Receipts were provided to prove they are new. She said it would be repaired and made appointments to come fix it (herself, unfortunately) but never showed up. For some reason, she refuses to turn it into their insurance company. Carol at Busy Bee stopped responding in March 2013.
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