Christoph C. Cemper
Founder & CEO of LinkResearchTools (LRT)
Father, Founder, CEO, Digital Marketing Enthusiast, SEO, Developer, Speaker, Trainer, Lecturer, Author with a focus on delivering WOWs, perfect results. Defining myself by new achievements every day. Very creative and analytical mindset. Persuasive in speaking and writing.
My motto: "Whatever it takes" or German: "Machen nicht reden".
Guest lecturer for "Link Building" at FH Salzburg
LinkResearchTools help users understand the millions of backlinks they have pointing to their websites. By giving them these insights, they can improve their organic traffic, visitor conversion and even avoid or fix Google penalties that they got for wild-west SEO (search engine optimization) of the past.
Roles in the past: Marketing, Sales, Training, Development, QA, Admin, Accounting, Recruiting, Customer Support, IT Infrastructure, AKA "everything".
Currently focused on Marketing and Sales, establishing team lead management.
Founder, General Manager and Chief SEO. CEMPER.COM specializes in advanced link building strategies to improve your organic traffic from major search engines like Google.
Project Manager for a new production business process management software. Centralized order and production workflow in a custom software. Analyzed and brought to production in less than two years, when big consulting houses tried and failed for over ten years to do the same.
Team Project Manager for a new ticketing software of MAV, Hungarian railway.
Project Manager for development of a couple early eCommerce projects, including workflow and business process automation prototypes.
Software Specialist for the analysis, implementation and roll-out of a new central lottery software for state lotteries in Germany, France, Australia.
During my teenage years I developed eight computer games and a "disk magazine" (precursor of multi-media CD roms) and sold the rights to publishing houses. A comprehensive list can be viewed here https://lrt.co/c64ccc/cv
Mag.(FH) Master Thesis: "Online Community Development and Engagement"
Final Project: "Speech Recognition to take voice commands to control a computer system". Still a hot topic today with voice search.