SEO in Everyday English

Does search engine optimization (SEO) seem like an arcane art that is hard to master and takes lots of time to manage and keep up-to-date?

I used to think so, too, until I figured out a way to understand and more easily manage SEO for my websites; a way that lands me regularly on the front page of Google’s natural search results.

Want to know how it’s done? Watch the recording of my “SEO in Everyday English” webinar below and I will walk you through the way I implement SEO step-by step!

By the end of the recording, you will understand more about how SEO works and learn my approach to finding “juicy keywords”; keywords that are high in demand and low in supply and which land you on Google’s front page.

Note: For a larger view of the video, click the box in the lower-right corner after it starts for full-screen mode.

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