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Who is Seopher?

This is me. I'm a 27 year old web
developer, blogger and entrepreneur
from near London.

I've done work for people like
Samsung, Vauxhall, Cadburys,
Chevrolet, Center Parcs and TKMaxx.

I've been running this blog since 2006
and have reached more than
1.7 million readers

I'm passionate about the web, heavy metal, zombies and cats.

Seopher

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