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Apr 14, 2021
Successfully performed a domain migration
In early 2021 HealtheEDW started migrating clients from Vertica to Snowflake, a cloud-based data warehouse. This was named HealtheEDW+, and was an important upgrade to offer as many clients expressed interest and it helped modernize Cerner's offerings.

I contributed to the code automating a client migration and allowing Snowflake to work properly with our systems. Our first major client migration was in April and I lead my team's efforts on the night of the event, which was successful and relatively smooth.
Software Engineer II, Cerner
Optimized SEO
While I've had my blog for a couple of years, I hadn't really taken the time to learn and implement SEO best practices. In May, I buckled down and went through each of my blog posts to make sure they had relevant keywords. I also created backlinks for my posts.   

It's been a month and my efforts are paying off! 

I was intimidated at first but I'm glad I took that first step! Next is figuring out how to truly take advantage of all Google Analytics has to offer! 
Successfully performed a domain migration
Executed a Marketing Campaign Strategy
Helped the Guardian successfully migrate from guardian . to theguardian . com while improving search traffic. For an explanation on one of the biggest domain migrations of all time, see this post by the Guardian's Chief Digital Officer at the time, Tanya Cordrey.
Aug 15, 2015
Interviewed on Sistrix
Wir  brauchen bei Spiegel Online kein Linkbuilding
In unserem heutigen Interview zeigen wir Euch den Arbeitsalltag von Raphael Raue. Er arbeitet als Head of SEO bei SPIEGEL ONLINE und übernimmt mit seinem Kollegen Maximilian Rau die SEO-Arbeit des Online-Nachrichtenmagazins.
Aug 31, 2016
Interviewed on OSK Blog

„Suchmaschinen sind Brücken zum Nutzer“

Im Interview mit OSK spricht Raphael Raue darüber, worin sich technisches und redaktionelles SEO unterscheiden, warum Journalisten wissen sollten, wie die Google-Suche funktioniert, und warum es sich nicht lohnt, bei jeder Gelegenheit „Eilmeldung!“ zu schreien.