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Alexis Sanders

SEO Director, Merkle
Alexis Sanders

Alexis Sanders is an SEO Director at Merkle. She works with a team of SEOs to ensure the accuracy, feasibility and scalability of technical, content, and strategic SEO recommendations for clients across multiple industries. She is a contributor to the Moz blog, Search Engine Land, OnCrawl, and TechnicalSEO.com, creator of the TechnicalSEO.expert and technicalseo.guru challenge. Lately, she’s been working on building her CS chops and spray painting large canvases.

Alexis has spoken at over 20 different conferences, including: SMX (East, West, Advanced), Mozcon, SEJSummit, Engage, FoundConf, SearchLove. Check out content on: https://technicalseo.com/insights/presentations/

Check out Alexis' course focused on Building SEO Strategies on skillshare.


Alexis's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

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A Machine Learning Guide for Average Humans

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Unlocking Hidden Gems Within Schema.org

Schema.org is cryptic. Or at least that’s what I had always thought. To me, it was a confusing source of information: missing the examples I needed, not explaining which item properties search engines require, and overall making the process of implementing structured data a daunting task.