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In the past 12 months my websites have received over 25 million page views. In this course I explain the simple steps required to get started using Google Search Console (Webmaster Tools) to optimize your website for attracting traffic and advanced, on-site SEO strategies.

On-site SEO is the simplest, and highest impact activity you can do to attract traffic!

Get your website verified under Google Search Console
Learn all the helpful information that Google collects about your website
Use that information to optimize your titles, meta descriptions and internal links
Monitor the changes in the ranking of your pages and keywords
Speed up your website to increase its user friendliness and Google rankings
And much more

How Are We Going To Do This?

We will understand what SEO is, how ranking works and march through the extensive Google Search Console menu to get an idea of all the goodies available to the webmaster inside.

You will learn why titles make such a huge difference in Google ranking.

We will use a real, live website as a case study for optimization with Webmaster Tools.

As you apply the principles to your own website you will:

Get your website verified under Google Webmaster Tools
Learn the menu structure of the tool and the information it provides
Analyze your existing keyword performance
Look at your ranking and keyword performance vs your competitors
Learn which pages and keywords to focus on first
Install the plugins you need for SEO on your site
Optimize the titles of your most important pages

Measure and quantify your page speed load time
Improve your page speed load time using Wordpress plugins
Track and tweak the ranking of keyword phrases
Establish a process for monitoring and improving your website ranking
Is This For You?

That depends. This is for beginners (even though experienced entrepreneurs will benefit from the tips and advice).

It is for two categories of people:

1) Those who have a website and are ready to make SEO enhancements to improve traffic

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Tags: Onsite, Google, Search, Console

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