Andy Jenkins’ skill lies in his effective utilization of e-commerce and SEO in building lucrative online stores. Also, he has long been educating Internet marketers in proper site optimization for various search engines. He also instructs the proper way of carrying out SEO campaigns in order to have them rank high for specific keywords.
Thanks to his efforts, similar experts such as Leslie Rhodes, Dan Thies and Jerry West were all brought together as SEO faculty experts within the StomperNet online membership.
Members get to learn about the process of selling physical products, drop shipping your own items or someone else, selling information products, affiliate marketing, SEO tactics and PayPerClick campaigns, among others.
Take note, Andy is also a whiz in content and video production. Just take a look at the reports and free video tutorials found on StomperNet.
The best thing about the information available in StomperNet is its reliability as the strategies they are advising are the same ones they actually use in their own site. This could be seen in Andy’s own site a2armory.com where it ranks for numerous keywords. He also discusses effective conversion strategies. Clearly, a stark difference from the numerous information on SEO from sites which lack legitimate reliability. From all these, not one has explained the importance of acquiring a specific keyword percentage density when the best thing to do is study the keyword density of sites which rank high and then use such strategies.
Brad, his partner, has become popular for his myweddingfavors.com site – a business that has grossed more than $10 million dollars every year. Take note that Andy’s lessons are not traditional SEO advice which you could find anywhere online. Simply put, his SEO ideas are groundbreaking.
Their large client list consists of beginners and experts who have utilized Andy’s strategies in order to further boost their business.
Andy is indeed a trustworthy SEO authority. Though membership in StomperNet requires a huge $797 each month, internet marketers who are reaping the fruits of their $797 labor will surely find no problem in such an investment.
Also, StomperNet’s past and current members provided great reviews of the site thanks to Andy’s wide knowledge in creating e-commerce sites, product management and web conversion.
Currently though, Andy Jenkins is no longer with StomperNet as he has decided to pursue topics which are a bit different from the core competencies of StomperNet. Though he explains that he is still excited about ecommerce, PPC and SEO, he believes there is more to learn. His interests in Inner Game, Web Video and Conversion Psychology (stuff which he was deeply involved in while in StomperNet) are the same ones he is interested to pursue further and teach.
Who knows what the future holds for Andy Jenkins? Only he knows and that is for us to find out and look out for. Reading his www.andyjenkinsblog.com will probably help.