One day it happened. I had to learn SEO.
SEO. Search Engine Optimization.
It sounds really scary. Well to me it sounded scary. And it sounded super techy. I am not super techy. I am self-taught and had been getting along fine without know what SEO meant…until things were no longer fine.
You see one day, my website traffic went from awesome to awful! No amount of Facebook posts or Tweets would help. I had to break down and learn how to get found on search engines again. I had to learn all about SEO.
It turns out it wasn’t as bad as I thought. I almost enjoyed it. Okay, that might be pushing things but either way, I realized that other people were also like me. They wanted their business to be found but weren’t sure where to start.
That is where I come in. If you have been wanting to learn how to get started optimizing your business to be found on search engines, I can help. I offer introductory courses, one on one sessions, and co-working events to get you comfortable with using SEO in your business.
I dodged Google algorithm updates until they caught up with me.barb wagstaff
Barb Wagstaff created the Diabetes Advocacy website in 2003. With the help of Microsoft Expression Web and a lot of content, she was able to draw readers for years without concern for something called search engine optimization.
When she realized that SEO was not going away and was the only way to thrive in an online business, Barb took courses and learned what she needed to know. She was able to reinvigorate her website attracting old and new readers. Now she is sharing what she learned with other small businesses who want to be found online but don’t know where to start.
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