Skip to main content

The Nerds are at it again! We’re happy to share the NerdBrand Podcast has been named one of 2022’s Top SEO Podcasts by Search Engine Journal.

Even though we talk about plenty more than just SEO on the podcast, we’re ecstatic to be recognized and to see hard work pay off.

We started the NerdBrand Podcast in early 2020, humbly recording with nothing more than an Anchor account and our phone microphones. A short while later, we began recording both audio and video through Zoom.

As Covid-19 allowed, we moved into a studio and began recording as a member of the Speakeasy Podcast Network.

We’re coming up on our 100th episode at the time of writing this!

And more spots on top lists to come, we hope.

Our Favorite SEO Podcast Highlights

SEO comes and goes as a topic on lots of our episodes. These are a few of our favorite episodes where we go in-depth, with one or two even going back to our Zoom days.

Ep. 53 – SEO Expectations and the Evolution of Social Media with Diana Richardson from Semrush

Diana wins the award for “most bubbly guest.” We’ve loved having her on the show multiple times. Not only does she bring the energy, but she also offers tons of SEO expertise as a key team member at Semrush.

Ep. 60 – Branded Search Results with Jason “The Brand SERP Guy” Barnard

Jason Barnard, also known as The Brand SERP Guy, is a digital marketer who specializes in Brand SERPs and knowledge panels.

Brand SERPs, short for brand search engine results pages, are the results shown when someone specifically Google’s your brand name or personal name. Branded search results differ from broader searches – think about the difference in results when searching Nike vs. searching tennis shoes.

Ep. 85 – Google Business Profiles and The Return of the Brand SERP Guy

Jason’s first episode was so great, we had to have him back again. This time around, we focused on Google Business Profiles, previously known as Google My Business.

Google Business Profiles are the information-rich knowledge panels that appear when you Google a local business category or a particular brand. It’s where you control your business address, hours, phone number, reviews, and more within Google search results.

Jonathan Payne

Author Jonathan Payne

More posts by Jonathan Payne