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My guest on this week’s episode of Suds & Search is Noah Learner, Product Director at Two Octobers.

Noah is one of the most exciting personalities in SEO right now. He is an in-demand speaker, educator, podcaster, and frequent clubhouse organizer. Prior to joining Two Octobers, Noah founded BikeShopSEO, a boutique agency helping bike store owners with digital marketing. At Two Octobers, Noah has created many impressive tools for SEOs including a popular Google posting tool called Postamatic.

I first met Noah on a demo for a tool he created called Search Explorer. It’s hard for me to think of anything in my professional life that surprised me more than this tool. Subsequently, I’ve watched Noah lead webinars about Search Explorer and I got to witness everyone on the webinar have the same “oh my god” experience that I did.

During his presentation at this year’s MozCon, SEO Twitter was buzzing with people talking about Noah and this exciting new tool. Our mutual friend Blake Denman has accurately described Search Explorer as an SEO strategist’s dream.

What is Search Explorer? How can SEOs use it to get more value for their clients? How is it so inexpensive?

I’m going to get answers to these questions and many others from Noah during this conversation.

Grab something cold to drink and join me for a conversation with one of my absolute favorite people in search, Noah Learner. We’ll talk about how small agencies can access big data, we’ll talk about what’s wrong with native Google Search Console, and I’ll spend a little time talking about how the best tool I’ve seen in years was actually created to play defense.