Co-President, Chief Optimization Officer, Esotech, Inc.
SEO Specialist, Programmer and Power user, Alexander has a diverse background in technology, psychology and marketing. Alexander excels in logic, information architecture and the almost metaphysical concepts behind search and relevancy. His experience with both paid and organic lead gen for the health insurance industry gave him synergistic insight, intuition and analytic competencies rarely found today.
Active in technology and always on the cutting edge, Alex is an autodidact that takes apart the latest devices, software and apps as soon as their released. Often participating in Beta testing of software, services and social networks, Alexander has established a social media presence as a master of technology, often blogging on esotech.org and his own personal blog geilt.com.
Alexander is the engineer and designer of many proprietary Sales and Lead Management Databases as well as various custom WordPress SEO and Lead Gen plugins. A focus on LAMP Programming and Database design has given him the ability to visualize database architecture and code functions in his mind, with the keyboarding skills to actualize them at over 110 WPM.
An ever growing background in hardware, software and technology trends makes him a definitive resource for clients, being able to pinpoint both opportunities and issues with stunning alacrity and accuracy. As a consultant, Alex has performed miracles when under extreme pressure. His advice and guidelines have created lasting and continuing impressions on many successful businesses.
Alexander has a Master’s Degree in the Academic Study of Religion with a focus on Eastern and Western Mysticism, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.
Latest Posts by Alexander Conroy
Optimizing your Author Profile in Google+ for better Google Results
Your Google Plus profile is used for much more that just the About page, it is also used by Google as your Author Profile. This is how Google knows what and where your contribute in the form of blogs, tweets, and other social networks. You can help Google get it right and find all of your content and correctly attribute to you by adding links and other details to your profile. Google Plus Profile and Privacy... read more
The Road to Website Recovery – Google Adds Disavow Links Penguin Fixing Tool
Was your Website effected by Google’s Penguin Update? Did you use a SEO Company that spammed the internet with shady links pointing to your site, only to suddenly drop in rankings and traffic overnight? How many hours of sleep have you lost worrying about getting your rankings back? Did you curse and mutter while trying to decide whether to take dreadfully slow route of trashing your website and starting over,... read more
How to Add Google News Meta with WordPress Tags
Add this code to your functions.php in your WordPress Themes folder to automatically add “news_keywords” into your HTML. The news_keywords meta is a new way to tag news articles that allows webmasters to assist Google News in categorizing posts. /* * Title: News Meta Function * Author: Alexander Conroy * Version: 1.0.1 * Website: http://www.esotech.org * Purpose: Tags Tags for Current Post and puts... read more
2012 – The SEO Apocalypse – Shuffling the Deck
Apocalypse – Penguin, Panda, and EMD Missiles In the past week we have seen some major changes to Google Search pushed by Google, an algorithm Update, a EMD algorithm update and a Penguin Update, all within the span of a week. The rate of data refreshes is alarming. The rate signifies a few things though, most importantly that Google is comfortable enough as king of search to start tinkering with the results without... read more
Sender Policy Framework – Protect your E-mail from Spam with SPF
You don’t want your domain blacklisted from e-mails right? You didn’t send all those spam messages! Someone just started sending e-mails from your domain without even having access to it! What to do?! This is quite common actually. E-mail wasn’t set up for authentication properly when the SMTP protocols came out. Hence why it is called “Simple” Mail Transfer Protocol, shame that it is standard.... read more