Joshua Monge

Hi, I'm Joshua Monge, welcome to the site. I hope you find this site informative, helpful, and a little entertaining. My hope is to create a site that shares one person's perspective of the world. Please don't take any of this too seriously.

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If you are interested in my professional endeavors you may want to visit my websites:

Waymaker SEO

Waymaker SEO website logo and linkAn SEO agency started in 2020 (Leveraging 12 years of digital marketing experience). The idea is to focus solely on the SEO process, helping my clients get to a place to manage their own SEO efforts.

I work with individual small to mid-sized businesses, generally with Marketing Directors, to train and leverage their team to inhouse their SEO efforts. Most clients see an over 12% increase in organic traffic in a few months.

I'm also a white label provider for marketing agencies, and web development agencies.

Check out the site at waymakerseo.com

Convergent Thinking Group

A businessConvergent Thinking Logo and Link consulting service that helps clients with "out-of-the-box ideas", with "in-the-box solutions."

Convergence is about bringing things together and focusing on the intersection. Our goal is to bring ideas into action, through processes and Strategic Planning and Implementation.

If you want to know more check out convergentthinkinggroup.com

Upcoming Efforts

I'm working on a Fractional COO offering that would allow companies from $1 mil - $10 mil in annual revenue to have a Part-time Chief Operation Officer. The idea would be to help CEOs through a secondary growth phase of their business. I would focus on building processes and procedures to help the organization scale, help the CEO turn ideas to action, and help with the operations, marketing, and human resources components. My goal is to help the organization get to a place where they can hire someone else to manage those roles, and eventually a full-time COO.