Beat Your Competition with Local SEO Scott Ames [Udemy Courseware]

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Beat Your Competition with Local SEO - Scott Ames [Udemy Courseware]

(Note - This is more of a beginners course for "local" SEO)
I'm not sure why three modules are in standard text files, but that's the way it was packages.

Powerful ways you can beat your competition and rise above them in search results.

Course Info: https://www.udemy.com/beat-your-competiton-with-local-seo/

If you've ever wanted to beat your competition in the search rankings, this course will teach you how. A Pizza Restaurant might be discouraged to find that a bunch of other restaurants are above in a search for local Italian restaurants. That can be fixed, and you can learn how to do it for yourself or for others and get paid handsomely for doing so.

Having a high ranking in Local search means real dollars to any business. It's a reflection on the business, like it or not. Customers will flock to the first few businesses they find in search results and put money in the pockets of those owners. You can gain the skills and insight needed to make easy changes that can keep your business, your friend's business, or a business that pays you, high in local search.

What are the requirements?

   An internet connection
   Basic computer skills
   The ability to read English

What am I going to get from this course?

   Over 22 lectures and 2 hours of content!
   Learn how to do your own local search engine optimization to consistantly beat your competition.
   Make easy Search Engine recognized tweaks that get your local business noticed
   Make money doing SEO for other local businesses

What is the target audience?

   Small business owners that realize that ranking in search engines can bring them more business
   No programming knowledge is needed. A business should have their own website in order to start with SEO.

 

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