im will teach you how to optimise your eCommerce site for search engines in easy to understand steps. Don’t miss your chance to learn from one of the most respected authorities in SEO. Register now!
You will learn: The real reason why SEO is the largest and cheapest form of marketing for the majority of clients
- Where most “SEO experts” get it wrong for eCommerce and where you should be focusing your time for maximum growth
- Why old school SEO tactics are worse than no SEO and how you can take advantage of competitors still doing this
- The costly common mistakes of getting target keywords wrong and the 4 tools to make sure you get it right
- How to shift you and your team’s focus to revenue instead of ranking and visits
- The #1 reason why new websites leapfrog everyone else and how you can too
- The little known metrics you need to track to see your site through Google’s eyes
- How to group and organise your products that make it easier for Google to give you the rankings you deserve
- The free set of SEO tools you can start using today to start bring in more revenue quickly
- Our checklist to make sure your page is SEO optimised when published
How To Optimise Your Catalogue: A system so that every product is optimised when published Best Practice for site structure Why you should keep Google out of certain areas of your site Competitor Analysis How to analyse what your competitors are doing and do it better Content Strategy Why you need to publish a blog Why just taking a product feed is not going to get you ranked and how to enhance it How to measure your success and look for new ranking opportunities A System that will see your blog posts on the front page of Google within minutes of publishing demonstrated live in the workshop Jim has been a pioneer in the Search Engine Optimisation field for two decades. His company, StewArt Media has helped thousands of businesses optimise their websites for search engines, and he can help yours too. Jim has helped small business all the way through to corporate giants such as Mercedes-Benz, Tony Bianco, VitaSOy, Exxon Mobil, Lendlease, Vinomofo, Brambles and Melbourne Storm.