Free WordPress SEO workshop

We have been building websites on WordPress for the last 8 years and in our opinion it’s the best content management system for search engine optimisation. So it’s a real shame more site owners don’t take a bit of time to get better results from WordPress. Well, now you can with our free WordPress SEO workshop.

If you have a WordPress based website or considering one, then we have a must attend event for you. In just 45 minutes we’ll show you how to optimise your website and content for search, for getting more visitors and ultimately for winning more business.

Learn WordPress SEO strategy, know-how and tools 

The workshop will start by helping you to identify the kind of visitors you want to attract to your website. We’ll then look into how to write content that’s of real value to your audience and search engines alike. Finally we’ll go into the mechanics of how you optimise your WordPress content to be found in search results, as well as social media.

How to book your place on the workshop

This workshop is ideal for hands-on small business owners, managers, marketers or sales people, and will be held at The Swan Hotel Wells on Tuesday 11 March from 6.30pm. The event is free but limited to 50 places. To reserve your place, please click the button below:

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