The guy posted about it on this Reddit thread; he wrote “I just closed a deal with top3 news outlet in my country. They want to enhance their writers SEO writing skills and audit competition and their technical SEO,” I fixed some of his typos. He then asked for any advice on what to do now that he closed this deal. He asked for “any experience and tips when working with large news sites welcome.” He explained the company has “250+ reporters, 200 news get published each day. About 25 different outlet brands and niches. So the scale of things worries me a bit even though I crunch out audits for businesses pretty much daily.”
He then asked some novice SEO questions like “how SEO and news go hand in hand, if they go outdated in few days? Is crawl budget first thing I should look at?”
Finally, he admitted that he only “learned few tricks from here over the years so cheers to the great community.”
Some of the responses on Reddit are funny:
Shouldn’t umm….these be things you aught to already know if you are getting paid to do SEO for a major news outlet?