Register now for the Boston SEO Training Class

Are you a professional marketing, website developer or designer, or local entrepreneurs in Boston, MA area looking to learn more about SEO? Sign up today at the Boston SEO Class 22 February 2012 with Nick Stamoulis, President of the Boston SEO Company Brick Marketing! This all day workshop you will learn the most effective SEO best practice SEO strategies to increase your ranking and website visitors through on-site optimization and link building white hat. Divided into a morning and afternoon session, the participant has to work directly with Nick Stamoulis White and learn SEO strategies that can be adapted to their own online marketing needs and goals. The SEO Class is limited to only 10 people per workshop, so go ahead and register for this Boston-based SEO target=”_blank”> now!

MORNING SESSION: “How to optimize your website”

first Discover to use SEO competitive research techniques, tips and tools.
2 Learn the basics of SEO work and how the major search engines.
3 Extensive SEO keyword research overview.
4 Learn how to optimize each page of your site, including: meta tag, H1, image tag, content optimization, URL structure, internal link structure and much more
6 See actual examples and case studies of successful SEO programs.

AFTERNOON SESSION: “Link Building – Build Search Engine Trust and Increase Sales Through Your SEO Efforts”

first Learn the basics of the relevant SEO link building.
2 In-depth discussion of how they will perform a link audit and how to develop your ongoing link building strategy, the search engine visitors and build trust.
3 Learn the basics of social media marketing and how to integrate your social media into your SEO.
4 Discover how you measure the ROI and success of your SEO efforts.
5 Personal 1 on 1, SEO review of your website with the SEO workshop instructor, Nick Stamoulis.


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