SEJ is hosting a SEO Workshop by Bruce Clay in San Francisco on December 3!
The half-day session has a guaranteed small class size to ensure maximum facetime and attention.
This workshop speaks to advanced SEO practitioners and those new to SEO alike, establishing a technical background in the issues affecting a website’s ranking power. When complete, you’ll understand mechanical SEO requirements and how they relate to content, IT and other departments in an organization. Bruce addresses issues of those implementing and managing SEO and Internet marketing operations, answering common questions including:
- Why do SEO?
- How does Google rate my website?
- How do I rate my website’s SEO success?
- What counts as spam and how do we avoid a spam penalty by Google?
- How is our website content affected by SEO initiatives?
- How is our IT department affected by SEO initiatives?
- How can I protect my site from Google’s constantly changing algorithm?
Date: December 3, 2013. 1-5pm
Location: Citizen Space, 425 2nd St, San Francisco
- 1pm Intro speakers SEJ Editors John Rampton and Murray Newlands
- 2-5pm Bruce Clay
- 6:30-9pm #SEJMeetup at The Creamery (optional)
Bruce Clay circles the globe educating and servicing companies in Internet marketing’s best practices. His SEO educational approach is comprehensive and accessible and Bruce has been the official SEO workshop leader for the SMX conference series in the U.S. for the last five years. He was the 2013 honoree of the History of SEO’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Vision, Execution and Market Influence in the Practice of Search.
Bruce Clay is respected as a founding father of SEO and one of the first to test and identify search ranking algorithm factors in 1996. Since that time, Bruce has taught his white hat SEO methodology to thousands of marketing professionals and business executives, cementing his role among the SEO industry’s most influential teachers and thought leaders.