Happy Birthday, Georgey! "This Day in SEO History" Celebrates America's First 'SEO'

George Washington

George Washington, dental enthusiast

Today is February 22nd, which is the real birthday of the founder of America: General President George Washington.

So, in honor of the grandfather of modern day search optimization, Fathom pays homage to the first SEO of the United States—Supreme English Officer, of course.

In our second edition, Colonial SEO Enthusiast Matt Keough takes us on a journey to revolutionary times in America—when George Washington chopped down cherry trees with his wooden teeth and helped market the United States on the Web so that other countries could find us online and buy maple syrup, flags and horseshoes from us.

Don’t believe me? Check out the latest volume of Fathom’s “This Day in SEO History.” And don’t worry: as long as you hit the wire with the connecting hook at precisely 88 mph the instant the lightning strikes the tower… everything will be fine.

Steve Kozak

About Steve Kozak

Ensuring that Fathom’s brand is consistent and always future-focused - monitoring marketing trends and serving as the point-person for developing, implementing and executing marketing & creative initiatives and activities - Steve's objective is to empower brand champions that share and extend Fathom's reputation and goodwill far beyond the reach of our target customers and ideal clients.He has been a member of Fathom's creative team for almost eight years, serving as a motion graphic animator, Director of Video Production, agency Creative Director, and currently as Brand Manager. Steve is a graduate of Kent State University with a Bachelor's degree in Digital Media, and currently lives and operates in beautiful Cleveland, Ohio.

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