I am pleased to have been selected to train WordCamp Raleigh 2017 attendees participating in the WordPress SEO for Beginners Workshop. This 3-hour workshop concluded Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 at North Carolina State College of Engineering.
The presentation will be available shortly on WordPress.tv. I will update this post with the link once the video is live.
This three-part session consisted of the following modules. You may click-through or share each module below.
Here are the slides publicly available on SlideShare for this presentation.
If you are curious about WordPress SEO and are not sure where to start, these slides may help you in your process. If you’re a novice and need coaching or training on WordPress SEO, please feel free to contact me to discuss the time and investment commitment you’ll need to make to building your WordPress SEO skills.
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I invite you to share this post using the social share bar or comment using the comment box below. I’d love to hear from WordPress SEO beginners and we can work through some of your issues, right here on this post!
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