Tim Hampton, CRO Advisor | GoInflow

Tim Hampton

CRO Advisor

Tim Hampton catching lobster

Back when the iPhone App Store was in its infancy, Tim Hampton saw a big opportunity to claim his spot in the tech world. During the creation of his app’s website, he saw just how powerful SEO could be and decided to become a part of it. Since 2012, Hampton has been a part of Inflow, specializing in technical, local and mobile SEO and now CRO.

Certified in Google Analytics and Adwords, Hampton is known throughout the company for his problem-solving skills, especially those related to Google Places for Business. With the growth of mobile technology exploding over the past few years, local SEO is an ever-changing landscape and a constant challenge that he welcomes wholeheartedly.

Hampton attended the University of Colorado Denver where he pursued a degree in film studies. However, he left Colorado for LA to really learn the business. Back in his home state after a 12-year hiatus, he spends his time away from the office enjoying the outdoors with his family, cheering on the Denver Nuggets and building Lego masterpieces with his two boys.

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Posted by Tim Hampton on September 15th, 2019
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Increase sales, conversions, and revenue by optimizing your live chat for eCommerce conversions. Read More

Posted by Tim Hampton on April 2nd, 2015
using chrome as a mobile emulator

Lately, most of the search world’s attention has been on Google’s imminent mobile update. There have been numerous blog posts on what to do and how to make sure your website is mobile-friendly. In fact, Google recently had a live Hangout where they were fielding questions. One of the key takeaways was: “Mobile-friendliness is not ranked on a scale—your Read More

Posted by Tim Hampton on November 18th, 2014
claim your place with local seo

As 2014 winds down and “Local Saturday” is just on the tail-end of next week, the statistics from Google, Deloitte and others have confirmed one thing: not only do brick and mortar businesses need proper local listings, but they need to have a strategy to go with it. We hope to provide some tips and Read More

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