Georgi Todorov is an SEO specialist, course creator and founder of ThriveMyWay, a website dedicated to teaching successful digital marketing strategies. A leading voice in the SEO sector, Georgi has worked with businesses big and small, including helping major clients drive more traffic to their pages. Georgi’s content marketing expertise means he is regularly called upon by companies seeking to develop and enhance their SEO and link-building strategies in order to achieve hockey stick growth. A creative thinker who is committed to self-education, when Georgi isn’t working, you can find him getting close to nature, reading, avidly listening to podcasts, learning online or travelling.
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I’ve worked and partnered with a range of small businesses and big corporations over the years. I’ve also spent time developing and growing projects of my own. One of the most valuable tools I’ve used for marketing is SEO. I have first hand experience and can help you if you’re a journalist writing about Search Engine Optimisation.
For all you journalists out there wanting to write an informed piece, I’m happy to share some valuable SEO tips and hints. If you need a reliable source with hands-on experience, I’m the guy to reach out to.
The knowledge I’ve gathered over the years works for both small and big businesses. As well as working on small projects over the years I’ve also worked on some more significant projects for corporate clients with vast budgets of several million.
Their budgets might be massive, but this raises a specific set of challenges. Internal processes, for example, can slow down the process. But, on the other hand, small businesses are far more flexible when it comes to making decisions and taking action almost immediately.
Let me be your source of information about all things SEO, in particular how SEO can help businesses and entrepreneurs develop their next personal project and enjoy financial freedom.
If you’re a journalist looking to quote experts on any SEO topic, feel free to reach out to me directly with the subject line “Looking for a source – urgent request.”
For me, there’s nothing more challenging, exciting, and freeing than being able to travel, staying in one place for a couple of weeks, and then moving on to new pastures. If you ever find yourself in this situation, finding a coworking space can be invaluable. It can provide the infrastructure you need and a working environment that encourages you to be more productive and creative.
If you’d like to interview me about my experiences as a digital nomad or want to know more about coworking spaces, drop me a Journorequest. Send an email with the subject line “Looking for a source – urgent request,” and I’ll get back to you promptly.
When I’m not busy traveling, my workspace tends to be my home, more often than not. However, if I need a change of scenery, I can also be found in my favorite coffee shop or local co-working space.
Working from home is a dream for many people and one I’m glad to have the privilege of enjoying. However, it does have its challenges. Your psyche can take a bit of a knock when you’ve no work colleagues to socialize with.
There are also a wealth of distractions that can be very counterproductive. Luckily, I tend to stick with a few simple tactics that help keep me sane and knuckled down to my work. Yoga can be a godsend if you want to focus better. Getting up from your workstation and stretching every 25 minutes can be a great way to refresh your mind. Sometimes, something as basic as taking five minutes to look out of the window brings everything into perspective.
If you’d like to hear what they are or have some questions about working from home, I’ll happily be your go-to interviewee. In addition, I’d love to hear from any journalists, writers, content creators who need some additional fodder for their latest writing project.
Believe it or not, I’m also the proud owner of a non-profit organization. Together with a couple of volunteers, Veselin and Aida, we’ve created a website to spread our mission. We collaborated on the logo, website design, and content of the site.
The aim of our Onlinebusinessknowledge is to provide support for people looking to make a success of their dream freelance projects in digital marketing.
Over the years, we’ve faced some challenges but have worked together to find the best solution. Such experiences I’m glad to recount. If you’re looking for a storyteller, I’ve got a library of stories to share. Feel free to reach out with the subject line: “Looking for a source – urgent request.”
When you’re a freelancer, or even when you’re not working full-time, being able to do your job more efficiently means you’ll have a life away from work. It’s also very easy to get wrapped up in a project and forget about time for yourself, your family, or friends.
I’ll be happy to hook up with any journalists who need some first-hand productivity/time management knowledge or real-life experiences to increase the value of an article for the reader. So reach out to me with the subject line: “Looking for a source – urgent request.”
I am an avid podcast listener. I listen to podcasts daily when driving, when working out, when having a walk.
Several podcasts later, I decided to start my own. I believe that we’ve all got it in us to share what we know with the world.
Often, during my freelance career, results had to be achieved on a shoestring budget. I couldn’t have done this without being creative. I’ve got a story to tell, so send a #bloggerrequest or #journorequest and share some of my little secrets.
During my years in the field of SEO, I’ve been involved on many levels with blogs and bloggers. Some of the projects I’ve worked on have been personal projects, while others have been client blogs.
#bloggerswanted is a hashtag I’m very familiar with, and if you’re looking for a source of expert blogging information, I’m your man.
I’ve been a freelancer almost all my life which means I’ve reached out to hundreds of clients, especially initially. If you’re writing an article about freelancing or a career, reach out to me, and I’ll happily share my 2 cents with you.
I am a big fan of self-learning. I believe that the $7 I invested in yearly access to my local library was the best investment I ever made in my life. I continued with my self-education over the next few years by buying courses, reading books, and finding mentors. Send me a #journorequest, and I’ll gladly share what I know.
For me it’s not about the final destination it’s all about how you get there. It’s also not about reaching for the stars, feeling the need to climb the corporate ladder or create a huge company. There’s nothing wrong with taking this route, but there’s also just as much value in keeping things small. If you keep it small there are so many benefits, such as having the freedom to pursue more meaningful things and avoiding the headache often associated with running a large enterprise.
I’d happily share what I’ve already learned with any journalists who would like to know more about staying small and why it’s possible the next big thing for a business. I don’t think that growth should happen at all costs. Sometimes, it’s not even needed…