The content of this session covers the building blocks that you need to understand and implement to achieve high Google organic search ranking for targeted website pages. We reveal the actions which are less effective than in the past, aren’t as effective as they were or are downright dangerous. We also reveal why being highly ranked might not bring the business results you desire – and how to avoid that happening.
The outlined approach works well with both search engines and people. It doesn’t involve a ‘loophole’ that could be closed at any time and doesn’t involve actions likely to be penalised in the future.
There is no simple single action that will bring fast and lasting high search rankings. In attending this webinar you will be shown a system and a process that steadily builds useful high rankings that are resilient to changes in search engine ranking algorithms. But algorithms still change and you face stiff competition for any search phrase (keyword) worth being ranked for – therefore resilient SEO is not something you implement and then forget. It is an ongoing activity involving change and a fight with your ‘keyword’ competitors for a position in the top 10 (ideally top 3).
Client companies, who employ SEO with our assistance, have not suffered any significant dips in their organic search website traffic as a result of the many major search engine algorithm changes that have occurred since 2012. One of our latest has enjoyed more than a trebling of their monthly organic search visits in the last 15 months and one that took over their own SEO after working with us for eighteen months is still ranked in the top 10 for their more sought after and highly competitive search phrases.
The ‘proof of the pudding is in the eating’ and our clients enjoy a healthy and tasty meal from our SEO ‘pudding’ – learn how we make it by attending this webinar.
Go to http://bit.ly/30at30past4 to find the date of our next Resilient SEO webinar . To attend, click the register link that you will find there in line with the webinar title.