January 17, 2022

Ryan Jones

Ryan Jones currently resides in the Detroit, MI area and is a Vice President at Razorfish where he manages search for fortune 500 companies. Since graduating from the University of Michigan with a bachelors degree in computer science, Ryan has held a variety of programming, SEO, and management positions.

Ryan Jones dabbles in PHP, MySQL, SEO, SEM, social media, internet marketing, and web site monetization.

Some of Ryan’s personal projects include(d) txt2day.com (which he recently sold) NoSlang.com,FreeSoftballStats.com, and a couple SEO tools like Server Headers and SEO Data Viz.

Ryan has written a book on internet slang (Internet slang dictionary, by Ryan Jones), and has contributed several articles to various magazines and newspapers across the country. He’s been quoted in several news publications and has even made a few appearances as a guest on the nightly news.

Ryan contributes to several SEO websites and has also spoken at several conferences including: Pubcon, Digital Summit, Ungagged, SES, and SMX. You can find most of his previous conference slides on Slideshare

When he’s not working Ryan can be found playing hockey, softball, poker, & video games – or out in the woods with a rifle or fishing pole.

When he’s not working on SEO, Ryan is working on revising his plan to take over the world – which would have worked the first time had it not been for those meddling kids and their dog.

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Disclaimer: The opinions and views on this blog are mine, and mine alone, and do not necessarily represent those of any of my employers – past, present, or future. Nothing I post here has been run through any legal, marketing, or PR department. I also don’t do any paid or sponsored posts. This blog is 100% pure Ryan Jones – Except for the archived dotCULT posts from back in the day where this site had multiple authors. Those posts remain property of the author who wrote them. Also, this blog is kind of dead. It hasn’t been updated in years. Why are you reading this?