About Us

Pristine Forests & Serene High Mountain Deserts

Jtree is a Portland and Boise SEO company that provides service to businesses located throughout the nation.


A Sustainable, Boutique SEO Company

We aren’t a jack of all digital marketing trades by any means. We do one thing only, but we do it mind-blowingly well.

We get your business the most exposure possible on search engines. And we keep it there.

In order to do that, we optimize your website so it’s easier for Google and other search engines to find and index. Aside from reaching relevant audiences on search engines, our work results in making your site faster, smarter, more authoritative and more secure.

Our team closely follows search engine guidelines and protocols established for this very purpose. We even operate a couple of our own websites that reach over 60K unique visitors each month. We also have the benefit of having managed over 200 businesses’ SEO and more through agency white-label partnerships.

Needless to say, 24 states and 5 countries later, we’ve gotten a lot better at what we do.

We like to think companies stick with us for years because of our charm (it can’t hurt right?), but it’s most likely because we are transparent, experienced and effective.



Meet Jtree

Our management team has over 15 years of experience and is distributed between the two iconic northwest cities of Portland and Boise where they are responsible for overseeing a talented group of digital marketers.

CEO Josh Laughtland

Josh started his career with a bay area startup and was an SEM consultant for over 30 companies prior to founding Jtree. He currently leads our organic search team and plays a key role with our paid search team.

CCO Anne Hopkins

Anne was previously a director for a national non-profit before joining Jtree, where she currently manages SEM accounts for businesses located throughout the US in addition to administering our paid search team.


Go Green, Go Jtree!

Jtree donates service each year to a nonprofit that fights the good fight for our fragile environment.


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