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So, maybe you’re won­der­ing why I list SEO as part of my resume, but there’s not much SEO mag­ick­ry hap­pen­ing on this site. Well, the answer is actu­al­ly a lot less com­pli­cat­ed than you would prob­a­bly assume. The sim­ple mat­ter is, this site isn’t made for just any­one to go search­ing for it. I keep this site as a port­fo­lio so that I have some­thing to show peo­ple when I want to show­case my past work or in case, which is the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion, I need to dis­play it for hir­ing pur­pos­es.

So basi­cal­ly, unless you have been specif­i­cal­ly point­ed to this web­site, there is lit­tle chance that you will find it. I do this for a few rea­sons.

  1. Secu­ri­ty: out of site, out of mind.
  2. I have no need to boast to the world that I am good at what I do. Those who need to know have been shown as such.
  3. Secu­ri­ty: You can’t sab­o­tage what you don’t know exists.
  4. Last­ly, you guessed it, secu­ri­ty.

I know it may seem a lit­tle para­noid, but when you’ve had to clean up web­sites that have had some mali­cious soul run­ning amok through them, you know how hair-pulling­ly frus­trat­ing it can be. See­ing as I have had such a mis­for­tune, thank­ful­ly not on my sites, I would rather save myself from any pos­si­ble endeav­ors in that gen­er­al direc­tion.

So there you have it. Two parts para­noia, one part mind­ful brag­ging. Mix­ing them togeth­er, and you have a web­site with lit­tle SEO effort because the peo­ple you want to see it will see it any­way.

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