How many times have you run into an SEO job add that made you laugh or roll your eyes the moment you saw it? I am not referring to the content of the advertisement or the requirements expected of a future employee, but only to the title of the job post.
With a desire to distinguish themselves from others, but also to show how much expertise and originality they expect from their future employee, many HRs have reached out to very unusual job titles, and many have liked it. Such advertisements are repeated from time to time, and now it turns out that we have SEO positions such as (these are just some of the examples I came across):
SEO Super Star
SEO Black Belt
Swiss knife SEO hacker
Inspired to search for innovative solutions, we wanted to take part in this trend, so here are some of the titles we thought of:
SEO Cowboy – Maybe someone who doesn’t respect the competition, believes that there is room for only one on Google, not afraid to use black hat methods
SEO Unicorn – Specialist so good that everyone knows there is one, but no one has ever seen one
SEO Astronaut – Not afraid to explore the unexplored fields of SEO
SEO Pirate – Always ready to steal someone else’s ideas
SEO Sniper – Targets always narrowly defined keywords and ranks them first
SEO 007 (Bond, James Bond) – Among the most famous SEOs in the world. Works exclusively on gov.uk sites
SEO Partisan (SEO Communist) – Works on .gov and charity sites, competing with large corporations
SEO Sumo Wrestler – (Heavily) relies on the size of its content to fight competition
SEO Shaolin Monk – OK, I really don’t know what this would be
If you have your own ideas about this, we would love to see them in the comments!