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A series of free training sessions has been organised by Manchester specialist search agency theEword to teach businesses how to make money from the internet.

The idea behind theEworkshops is to offer website owners an introduction to search engine optimisation (SEO), explaining how good rankings can translate into financial success and offering practical tips on how to get started. Sessions will feature a mix of jargon-free presentations and games such as SEO Pass the Parcel, keyword thought showers and pay-per-click quizzes.

There are four sessions planned over the coming weeks:

  • Tuesday, 16 November at 9am
  • Wednesday, 1 December at 3pm (fully booked)
  • Wednesday, 8 December at 9am
  • Wednesday, 15 December at 9am

All of theEworkshops will take place at theEword’s office in The Annexe, Second Avenue, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1DZ. Advance booking is essential; reservations can be made online at http://theeword.co.uk/training or by calling 0161 877 3898. Sessions are free to attend.

Al Mackin, managing director of theEword, said: “We are committed to sharing knowledge at theEword, so our plan for theEworkshops is to show businesses how they can generate substantial amounts of money by making simple changes to their websites. Search engine marketing is an incredibly effective tool and our free SEO training sessions will help them unlock its true potential.”

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