Webinar: Search Engine Optimisation for Beginners

12 Oct, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT)
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Search Engine Optimisation, or SEO, is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it mean, what is the benefit, and how can you do it?

In this webinar, we’ll cover this and more to help beginners get to grips with the basics of Search Engine Optimisation, including:

  • What is SEO?
  • Why do we optimise for search engines?
  • Basics for SEO in 2017, like SSL certificates and mobile compatibility
  • What are the criteria for SEO?
  • How to we research keywords to target?
  • How do we improve our performance?
  • More advanced things to consider

PRICE: $25 ($20 for Premium Members)

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Ryan Jones

Presented by: Ryan Jones

Ryan Jones is the Managing Director of Refuel Creative, a full service marketing and technology consultancy in Adelaide, Australia. He has 20 years’ experience in web development and digital marketing, with the past 8 including online advertising.

Refuel Creative is a badged Google Partner with a Search Ads specialisation, demonstrating advanced knowledge in Google AdWords advertising products. Ryan also has certifications in AdWords Search Marketing and Analytics.

After building his first commercial website at age 12, Ryan mixed his love of technology and design before beginning a Bachelor of Management (Marketing) degree at the University of South Australia. Ryan spent the next 10 years working extensively in digital media, online video streaming and startup businesses, while he has spent the last 6 years mixing his marketing skills with his passion for technology, educating the not-for-profit sector on technology use, marketing and digital media.

Ryan recently left his role at Connecting Up to start Refuel Creative, with a focus on helping small to medium businesses and not-for-profits get the most out of their technology and marketing.