Website Attraction Workshop: SEO & On-Site Content for Non-Techies
Event on 2014-09-24 10:00:00
Get more website traffic by making it easier for search engines to find you,
while giving potential customers a reason to visit
Attracting people to your website is an essential component of marketing your business. We’ll start by showing you how to establish a baseline with Google Analytics, explain the latest in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and show you what to do to improve your numbers. Then we’ll explore what needs to be on your website to move visitors beyond the home page, rank higher in search results and drive leads, engagement and sales.
- Search Engine Optimization: what it is and the SEO checklist
- Keywords: what they are, how to choose them, how to use them
- How to organize the menu and architecture of your site to make it more search friendly
- Image search: what it is, how it works, why it’s important
- How to use blogs and other on-site content to attract visitors
- Simple ideas for creating sticky website content to increase repeat traffic
Interested in learning how to get even more traffic? We're offering Drive Traffic to Your Website on the same days. Combined, they're the one-two punch your business needs to grow your business.
Our internet marketing workshops always include no and low-cools tips, tools and techniques. We talk in relatively non-techie terms so you can put these into practice yourself, or at least understand how to work with the people who help you manage your website and marketing.
Your ticket includes: free parking, WiFi, light refreshments and an opportunity to do some networking.
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- Ticketing fees apply.
- May not be combined with other offers.
- You don't need to bring your printed ticket to the event.
- If you can't make it, someone may take your place. The name on your ticket doesn't need to be the attendee's name.
- Refunds are available up to a week before the event, and we can make special arrangements for emergencies.
at Swedish Cultural Center
1920 Dexter Avenue N
Seattle, United States