Digital MarketingSearch MarketingSEO 101 Tips From Bruce Clay [Podcast]

SEO 101 Tips From Bruce Clay [Podcast]

Search engine optimization will help you position your website properly to be found at the most critical points in the buying process.

Organic search is one of the best customer cost of acquisition values, simply becauseit is a “pull” medium, allowing people to find you when they need you. This SEO overview will help you understand what the search engines are looking for, and how the principle of building your site for your customers will also please the search engines. In clear, non-technical language, you’ll learn the latest optimization trends along with the best practices necessary to make an immediate impact on your internet presence and website profitability.

Introduction by:

  • Richard Zwicky, founder and CEO, Enquisite

Solo presentation by:

  • Bruce Clay, president, Bruce Clay, Inc.

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