A free 90-minute seminar on the basics of search engine optimisation and how it can help your business.When?
Dates every month throughout the year.Where?
M17 1DZ [Map]
If you're responsible for your company's online marketing strategy, you'll want to know how to get the most out of search engine optimisation (SEO). theEworkshop will give you all the information you need to oversee an effective, profitable search marketing campaign.When would you like to attend a free training session?
I was very impressed with the quality of information offered during theEworkshop. It's refreshing to see a local business that is happy to share valuable knowledge with no strings attached.
I picked up lots of practical tips during my session. I would recommend theEworkshop to anybody wanting to learn how to make their websites perform better in search results.
What can I expect from theEworkshops?
Whether you know a little bit about SEO already, or you're a complete beginner, theEworkshops will arm you with all the background knowledge, tools and techniques you need to run a successful SEO campaign. Our jargon-free presentations will show you simple techniques that will make a huge difference, such as revamping your site structure, updating your meta data and producing keyword-rich content.
We also believe in making the learning experience fun. Ask any teacher and they will tell you that people learn better when they get involved, so we've created a series of SEO games to achieve just that. Our workshop leaders will invite you to take part in a range of activities such as keyword thought showers, SEO Pass the Parcel and pay-per-click quizzes.
Free SEO training
Finally, it's worth emphasising that all of this is completely free. Unlike most SEO training sessions, theEworkshops will not cost you a penny and there is absolutely no obligation to work with us afterwards. Simply complete the form above, stating which session you would prefer to attend, and we'll do the rest. Free SEO training - what have you got to lose?
More questions? Please feel free to call us on 0845 475 9941 before you book your place.
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