Time To Tell My Stories
Mike Levin, a SEO from New York City, moved to the Poconos during the pandemic and has been telecommuting ever since. In order to make sure his stories last forever, he's using search engine optimization and has just registered a new domain, linuxpythonvimgit. Learn more about Mike's journey and his determination to make his stories last.
My Story: From NYC SEO to Poconos Telecommuter
By Michael Levin
Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Hello World. It’s Mike Levin, SEO in New York City. Technically now I’m now really Mike Levin, the Poconos Pythonista since quarantine and lockdown hit, I got my ass out of Dodge, such as it were, back to a sort of “home” I’ve known growing up, the nearby tiny mountains of Pennsylvania. It’s right near the Delaware Water Gap which is lots of beautiful State park.
I’m one of the blessed able to telecommute for whom lockdown turned out to be more of a boon than a bust. I feel bad for how many lives were lost and I know herd immunity is both truth and tragedy. But humanity was through it before and we’ll be through it again. The best we can do is to be prepared without being paranoid, and for a long time I new that being at Ground Zero was not the wisest move for either me or my family. But my child is inextricably bound to the suburbia of New York City known as Staten Island, and as long as she is I have to stay close enough for weekly pickup and drop-off. Okay, so where does that leave me?
Oh yes! I have stories. I have lots and lots of stories, and I need to tell my stories. I will be using all sorts of information tricks and principles from my career of search engine optimization to ensure that my stories last forever (insofar as I can).
Every time I write, I should endeavor to have the content “land” in the correct sorting bin, such as it were. I really hate having different places for things because it increases the mental overhead of organizing and sorting content. And the worst is registering yet another domain, but I just did that anyway:
It’s really long overdue given my schtick. Try to get into the groove of “never not be publishing” (on one of these sites):