About FOBS

If you’re looking to bring your business to the next level, then look no further! Our Future of Boston SEO initiative is designed to give small businesses in Boston a fighting chance against the super conglomerates out there.

How will your new start-up compete against the big established businesses?  What are the design criteria that will make your brand stand out from the crowd? Will your business leverage social media for advertising and branding?

Using search engine optimization you can compete with big companies. Good SEO requires a massive amount of work. Despite that, we don’t want you to waste a single second on search engine optimization. Some business owners want to learn SEO, but often, businesses would be better utilizing their time and resource outsourcing this skill.  

The best way for a start-up to get a strategic advantage over the big competition is to outpace them online. This can be a difficult process, but the payoff, in the long run, will be tremendous! 

Who is Reuben?

Reuben Hensley is a true SEO expert, trainer, and writer. He is dedicated to helping beginners and experienced webmasters better understand how to create, manage, and optimize their websites, social media sites, webinars, and SEO campaigns.

In his spare time, he is an aspiring author. Reuben’s previous work has been featured on LibraryThing, Literotica, and Modern Romance. He’s written a few love stories as well. Reuben has written for: Awkward Matters, Frisky Dads, Emma Satori, Couples Magazine, The Stranger, and Tripping Saloon. He is currently taking unpublished poetry workshops, running a small online literary journal, and writing a book about love.

So to say the least, there’s more to Reuben than just SEO 🙂

Reuben’s Goal for Future of Boston SEO

“I would like to see start-up businesses thriving in the Boston area. I would like to see those that are already here prosper, and those that are hoping to set up shop here, keep their head held high. I would like to see Boston’s natural vibrancy and diversify preserved, with the ability to do business safely and without fear of prejudice. I would like to our community be prepared to meet the challenges we are faced with, and help improve our global position by becoming a productive economic partner on the world stage.