Hi! We’re a team of humans who live in Thousand Oaks, CA. We’re collaborative thinkers who love to help small businesses, solopreneurs, and brands develop their best presence online. We look forward to working with you!
Owner, Web Developer
Hailing from the far away land of Woodland Hills, California, I have several years of hands-on experience within the digital marketing industry. My primary specialties are building websites that convert wonderfully, marketing them online through SEO and PPC methods, and writing website content. I enjoy relaxing with a good book, and cooking up some amazing dishes. If you have any questions regarding how to better convert your website’s visitors, or want to know my secret to making the perfect lentil soup, contact me today.
Devynn Li Belter
Web Designer, Social Media Specialist
Hello there! I’m a seasoned copywriter and digital designer, born and raised in sunny California, and I’m thrilled to be on a mission to create amazing digital content for small businesses to thrive. My personal joy comes from traveling with my husband, indulging in delectable cuisine, and continuously learning about the world around us.
Hello! I am an Administrative Assistant at SEOpolgist. I am also a designer who has worn many hats – graphic design, illustration, and storyboarding – specialized in visual communications from Savannah College of Art and Design. I am pursuing my UX/UI career as a student at UC Berkeley Extension’s program, and eager to grow here at SEOpologist. I also enjoy crafting with polymer clay to make jewelry.
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