I’ve been blogging for many years now and hear the SEO acronym thrown about quite a lot. I could work harder on it but there is just so much information out there on the topic that its actually really hard to sort the wheat from the chaff.
Google algorithms appear to change quite a lot and probably to my own detriment, did I stop paying much attention to SEO issues sometime back. It all just seemed too complicated. I get loads for spam mail from companies promising me extra traffic but I don’t trust unsolicited email any more than salesmen knocking on my door offering me cheap paving deals.
Every now and again I decide to SEO optimise my site and end up just reeling from all the information out there. I’ve been neglecting my blog a bit recently and would love a bit of expert help to get myself back on track, and to help out an ecommerce store that I have been trying to help but isn’t receiving any interest yet.
There are companies that offer to SEO optimise my site for me but when I take on a project I like to learn how to do things myself. There are terrible tales out there about people promising the earth and charging a lot to do it and in the end the website owners find themselves badly penalised or even removed by Google. If I learned how to do SEO myself, I would be able to tailor my exact outcomes to my hopes for the business, as well as being able to adapt the techniques for any future changes of direction.
I’ve seen and been invited to SEO courses in groups but I find it hard to concentrate in classes and they never seem to be a time or location that is convenient. Many bloggers work around their families and each has their niche, so what we need is an SEO course relevant to our personal brand and business style. SEO theory in a public class is great, but it’s hard to ask the specific questions that you need the answers to when twenty or more other businesses are also expecting perfect solutions.
This is where SEO Training London come in. For less than £500 they provide a one to one SEO tuition course that lasts four to five hours so it’s a prefect fit for school hours. London based, they can even travel out to you, if travelling to them will make the school run a bit tight. The course looks totally comprehensive and has received excellent reviews. With the amount of time I have wasted sifting through irrelevant information on-line about SEO, this option sounds really tidy – they do the hard work for you and present it in an intensive few hours that are easily understood by novices and more experienced website owners alike.
Whilst I haven’t taken the course myself yet, It is now firmly on my “want” list for my online business .