Everett Sizemore - Director of R&D and Special Projects, Inflow

Everett Sizemore


Director of R&D and Special Projects

The most valuable skill in Everett Sizemore's career has been the ability to communicate effectively with development teams, as well as fellow marketers. As you probably know, those two groups seem to speak different languages sometimes. At one point, he was considering getting a business card with "Translator" in the title.

In 2001, at the age of 24, Sizemore started his first eCommerce store, and it was successful enough to pay his way through college. While younger schoolmates were testing the limits of their livers, Sizemore was testing product descriptions and SEO tactics.

A graduate of Bond University in Australia with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, Sizemore had hoped to land a job as a reporter, but instead learned the ins and outs of SEO as a copywriter for Associated Content - now the Yahoo! Publisher Network. For the better part of a decade, he’s been using his extensive skill set to constantly grow and develop successful SEO strategies for enterprise-level eCommerce websites, and hyper-competitive niches like coupon codes and shopping comparison sites.

As the former manager of Gaiam's SEO department, Sizemore’s experience working in a corporate environment gives him the know-how needed to understand the requirements and roadblocks faced by managers in large organizations who outsource SEO and related tasks. He is able to solve complicated technical issues that the average search marketer may not understand, and the average developer may not see as a problem.

Sizemore has been a speaker at Search Marketing Expo (SMX Advanced, SMX East and SMX Milan), The Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability conference (LOHAS), Rocky Mountain Direct Marketing Association (RMDMA), Confluence — and was a guest lecturer for the Internet marketing class at University of Denver in 2008 and 2009. He has written for Search Engine Journal, Moz.com, SEO ROI and many other industry publications, and has been interviewed by Full Sail University, Business Consulting Buzz, and several other marketing industry websites. Sizemore has been a Moz Associate since 2010.

Sizemore lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of rural southwestern Virginia where he divides his time between fatherhood, online marketing, glass blowing and homesteading. He visits Denver as often as he can.

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Posts By Everett Sizemore

How to Deal with Internal Crawl Errors and Broken Redirects

How to Deal with Internal Crawl Errors and Broken Redirects

Internal crawl errors and unnecessary redirects affect user experience and crawlability – thus your rankings. Checking for these issues is an important part of reviewing past SEO efforts to ensure they are up-to-par with modern search engine optimization techniques. Crawl Errors: How to Assess There are a few ways to check your site for internal […]

Posted by Everett Sizemore, on November 10, 2015

SEO, Technical SEO

Are Duplicate URL Paths Killing Your eCommerce SEO?

Are Duplicate URL Paths Killing Your eCommerce SEO?

Google’s original Anti-Spam Hero Matt Cutts stated in a webmaster video that 25-30 percent of the Web is duplicate content. Clearly, this is quite a challenge when indexing the Web, even for the world’s largest search engine. Are you making Google’s job of indexing and ranking your web pages easier by ensuring you only have […]

Posted by Everett Sizemore, on November 3, 2015

eCommerce Marketing, Inbound Marketing, Internet Marketing, SEO, Technical SEO