Joshua Titsworth

Joshua Titsworth
Joshua Titsworth

Josh joined Vizion Interactive after three years working on SEO Audits, Link Research/Analysis/Strategy, PR efforts and Video Optimization with previous agencies. He’s worked with sites of all sizes from large scale multimillion visitor sites such as G4TV and Salesforce to the local small business. In his spare time Josh likes to further his education by tinkering with other sites he owns online and reading about the current buzz in the industry.

He has attended such conferences as Blue Glass, SMX Advanced and several SEO meetups. Josh has been known to live blog these conferences and keep others updated when they can’t attend. For the past three years, he has also been a contributor to Search Engine Journal, Marketing Pilgrim as well as guest writing at numerous other publications.

Josh brings a great deal of passion to <a href=”https://www.vizion.com/about-us/”>Team Vizion</a>. When he’s involved with client projects he strives to show the same goals and desires they have and wants nothing more than to see them succeed online. To him it’s not only about increasing SERP ranking, but to see traffic increase, conversions and business revenues increase as well.

When Josh isn’t working online for clients or writing, he’s relaxing at home with his wife and two boys and their overweight furball Tiger. If he’s able to get away from the house, he’s chasing shanked golf balls across various courses in Kansas.

Joshua Titsworth Recent Posts

Pokemon Go and Your Business

If you’ve gotten online within the past week, chances are you’ve read something about Pokemon Go. Not sure what it is? Well you can go read this piece on Lifehacker or watch... Read More

Types of Images to Enhance Business Listings

Imagine a print magazine with several commercial listings on one page. The advertisement without any imagery will likely recede into the background, whereas a balanced and colorful advertisement stands out. Although it... Read More

Happy Content Is Overrated

When I read stuff about “going viral” or “successful outreach” I typically see content that makes people happy or laugh. It’s not a bad thing. Who doesn’t like to be happy or... Read More