About

My Digital Adventure is a blog about my personal journey, ideas, and opinion in the world of digital marketing and beyond. I use this blog to share some the things I learn and tools I use, based on my experience in the field.

 
In particular, a lot of my posts are aimed at helping any aspiring digital marketers out there… but hopefully I can offer something useful to anyone who wants to brush up on their skills or get another perspective on the digital toolkit.

 
Anyway, allow me to introduce myself…

 

Hi, I’m Chris!

 
My name’s Chris Mastris, and I’m a technical SEO in London.

 
Chris Mastris

 

My Experience

 
I have over 3 years of agency-side experience in digital marketing, and much of that had a strong focus on SEO. The shift to technical SEO was only natural: I like exploring a website from top to bottom, digging into the data, and figuring out how things can be optimised. I’m passionate about the industry and pride myself on constantly learning and keeping up to date with the latest developments in SEO.

 
Of course, it’s not all about me. I work closely with both my clients and colleagues to provide consultancy, deliver training, and work collaboratively to get the best results.

 
I previously studied biology at the University of Exeter, but ultimately I decided that I wanted to start a career in digital. Although I’m no longer incubating test tubes and writing scientific essays, I’m sure my degree has helped me to hone my analytical mindset and develop a strong attention to detail.

 

Anything Else?

 
Aside from SEO, I like to dabble in programming (mainly Python) and I’m interested in all sorts of other techy things like virtual reality and AI (clich├ęd, I know).

 
When I’m not reading or looking at a screen, I like to go to the gym or spend some time walking in the great outdoors (usually with a camera).

 

Read More…

 
Visit my LinkedIn profile for more about my skills and experience. Follow me on Twitter (@Cmastris) for Tweets (unsurprisingly) about digital, tech, and other stuff too.

 
If you’d like to get in touch, just send me a message!