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Get Found Online – SEO Tips to Boost Your Visibility

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Google Analytics is a powerful, free tool for your business - learn how to get more from it!

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This workshop will be delivered virtually through Go To Webinar. You will get the joining link via email one week before the event.

Have you heard of SEO but want to get into the nitty-gritty of how it works? Need practical activities that you can apply over time to boost your online visibility?

This workshop will take you through the basics of SEO; on-page and off-page to help you understand where the main opportunities lie for your business. If you want to own page 1 of Google this workshop will give you tips to get there. In this event we will help you accelerate the inbound traffic from search engines to your website, improve your presence on the web and offer tips to help your Google ranking.

In this workshop you will learn:

• How search engines read your website and rank it,

• The most important factors to get your website highly ranked in search engines,

• What to consider when building a website,

• On-page optimisation (tags, text, images, navigation, URLs etc.),

• Off-page optimisation (links, Social Media, etc),

• Link building - how, where and what links to get,

• Choosing the best keywords to rank for,

• Creating great content,

• Analysing your competitors,

• The best SEO tools to use,

• The latest trends in SEO

This workshop is organised and run as part of the Digital Growth Programme - a programme delivered by Alchemy Digital Training on behalf of Newry, Mourne & Down District Council / Ards & North Down Borough Council.

This is the third of our digital marketing workshops delivered for the Digital Growth Programme. You can find out more about the programme at https://thedigitalgrowthprogramme.com

This project is part-funded by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth & Jobs Northern Ireland (2014-2020) Programme.

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