Daniel Anton Praised for helping over 10,000 websites get top 10 page rankings

Daniel Anton has today been recognized for helping over 10,000 websites, for customers of his software, achieve top 10 page rankings. Anton has shared his reflections and advice in an interview. Further information can be found at http://dananton.com

Aguadilla Pueblo, Puerto Rico - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Daniel Anton has today been recognized for helping over 10,000 websites, for customers of his software, achieve top 10 page rankings. This recognition is, in part, a result of Anton’s work within the SEO software arena, specifically work that revolutionized the way businesses market their websites online.

Anton, a native of New Jersey, has been involved with the SEO software world for ten years, getting his start when he built a small software to assist with indexing backlinks. In response to a question on the driving force behind his success, Anton has explained how it really boiled down to an overwhelming desire to help people and their businesses succeed online.

Reflecting on the recognition Anton is quoted as saying: “I’m just happy that so many people enjoy the things I have created. I am passionate about creating unique and innovative tools that help people solve problems easily and more effectively than anything else.”

In a recent one-to-one interview, Anton reminisced on other past achievements, which helped build momentum towards the present day. Notably, one of the proudest was winning JVZoo top vendor awards 3 years in a row.

In the same interview, Anton stated his intentions for the future. The primary goal for the next 12 months, Anton states, will be expanding into new business areas that need smart software. Looking farther ahead, the aim is to make a positive impact on the lives of people to where they take action and succeed at their goals.

When asked more personally about how they want to be perceived and remembered, Anton said: “I’d like to be known as someone who is a real person just like them who has an unrelenting thirst for success and helping others achieve that as well”

Anton closed the interview by sharing his recommendation for anybody who wanted to follow in his footsteps in some fashion, perhaps taking the achievements even further. According to Daniel Anton, the key is hyper focus, self discipline, and time management.

Further information can be found at http://dananton.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Dan
Organization: Dan Anton
Address: PO BOX 250628, Aguadilla Pueblo 00604, Puerto Rico

For more information, please visit http://dananton.com

Source: PressCable

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