Tyson Braun is a professional SEO and digital strategist, a practitioner for more than eight years.

Why SEO Matters

We depend on Google for answers, and they’re doing great at answering us. The average American Googles three times a day. Worldwide, 63,000 searches are done every second.

Throughout his career, Tyson has developed a knack for finding opportunities in this search activity. He translates it into marketing actions and outcomes for brands to reach these potential customers.

Experience:

  • 2010 – Present: As a Freelance SEO and Digital Management Consultant doing business as Braun Inc, Tyson works directly with brands to aggressively reach new audiences. Learn more about Tyson’s Services.
  • 2015 – 2016: As the SEO Manager for SpotHero, Tyson helped grow the SEO channel for the leading online parking reservation provider by helping people get to where they were going with confidence.
  • 2012 – 2015: As an Associate Director for Resolution Media, an Omnicom Media Group Company, Tyson built strategies, organized teams, and achieved growth for the agency’s client roster, including international brands and a Fortune 50 retailer.
  • 2008 – 2011: As a Senior Digital Strategist and Business Development Executive for ethology, Tyson designed and implemented plans to grow SEO market share.

Industries: travel & transportation, startups, home improvement, hospitality, education, construction, consumer packaged goods, healthcare, oil and gas, b2b, professional services, retail, medical, and non-profit.

For Tyson, the best part of SEO and Digital Marketing is working with great people and companies. He loves to dig in and learn something new, just like your customers, and can help you connect.

When not optimizing, Tyson enjoys adventuring with family (wife, two boys, and 100-lbs of German Shepard) and friends, watching and playing basketball, honing his fantasy football team, and contributing to and attending marketing events.

Tyson holds dual BAs in Journalism and Psychology from the University of Iowa and he thinks journalists make the best SEOs.