SEO For Beginners
2. SEO Vs SEM
3. SEO Jargon
4. Major Google SEO Updates
5. What Makes A Website Rank?
6. SEO Don’ts
7. Header Tags
8. Yoast SEO Introduction
9. How To Setup Yoast SEO
10. How To Use Yoast SEO
11. Google Webmaster Tools
12. Google Webmaster Tools Setup
13. Google’s Keyword Planner
14. Firefox SEO Addons
15. MozBar – Chrome SEO Extension
17. Steal Your Competitors SEO
18. Firefox Form Autofill
19. How To Create Backlinks
20. Local SEO
21. Things To Know
22. Thank You!
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In this training series you are going to learn the basics of Search Engine Optimization.
SEO is a huge topic and because I want to help you get started right away without overwhelming you with information, I am only going to be covering the important things that you must know to be able to perform any SEO.
If any of the videos throughout the course are helpful to you, please let me know by giving the video a thumbs up and by leaving a comment.
If I see that a lot of people are benefiting from these videos, I will take the time to create an Advance SEO Training series.
Also, if you have any questions during the training please leave them in the comment box below and I will do my best to answer them as soon as possible.
What is SEO?
Search Engine Optimization is the process of naturally improving the visibility of your website in search engine result pages (SERPs). This requires you to have a search engine friendly website that is easy to use.
There are many aspects to SEO and the way search engines rank your website will continue to change, however, if you would like your website to endure through all the updates you simply need to focus on user experience and providing value.
Taking shortcuts and trying to trick search engines will only harm your SEO in the long run.
User Experience Is The Key
User experience is the most important factor of SEO.
It is inevitable for websites that offer a great user experience to rank high in search engines because people spend a good amount of time on them.
These websites also tend provide a lot of value which encourages people to link to them from their own websites.
If a website has a lot of relevant links pointing towards it and people are spending their time on it, it’s obviously valuable and therefore it make sense for search engines to rank them in their top results.
Is SEO Hard?
Search Engine Optimization is not hard but it takes a lot of time and effort.
You simply need to understand how search engines work and what they look for.
The most difficult thing about SEO is coming up with strategies to scale your efforts.