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SEO Fitness Workbook: 2015 Edition: The Seven Steps to Search Engine Optimization Success on Google

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USD 10.31 (Kindle Edition)
USD 31.50 (Paperback)

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USD 10.31 (Kindle Edition)
USD 31.50 (Paperback)

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A Best-selling SEO Book Complete with Free SEO Tools
REVISED for 2015 – to cover Google’s Panda and Penguin updates PLUS the move to content marketing and social SEO

A practical, hands-on step-by-step, book on SEO 2015 and it includes the SEO Toolbook

You get what you pay for: many of the cheap SEO books, are just ‘throw it up on Amazon’ schlock designed to promote their author’s services. The Fitness Workbook, in contrast, is built upon years of real experience, and the teaching methodology of Jason McDonald, used in his classes in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Stanford University’s Continuing Studies program. It’s in-depth, and supported by facts and real experience.

Includes the SEO Toolbook: other books on SEO start and end, with explanations. The Fitness Workbook includes the SEO Toolbook, with hundreds of free tools – a $29.99 value. The tools alone are worth the price of the book. Other books – SEO For Dummies, SEO An Hour a Day, etc. – are great, but they are a) increasingly out-of-date, and b) do not include a complete list of free tools. Why buy SEO For Dummies or other books, when with the SEO Fitness Workbook you can get free tools and an in-depth, step-by-step SEO Book for 2015?
Step-by-step instructions. The Fitness Workbook doesn’t just explain SEO. No, it does something much more powerful: it gives you Todos and Deliverables in each chapter, helping you to go step-by-step towards Success. It’s not about explaining SEO: it’s about doing SEO.

The author, Jason McDonald, has instructed thousands of people in his classes in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Stanford Continuing Studies, as well as online. Jason speaks in simple English and uses the metaphor of “The Seven Steps to SEO Fitness” to explain to you how to ‘get SEO fit.’

Here are the SEVEN STEPS TO SEO FITNESS explained in detail in the workbook:
Set the right EXPECTATIONS: define the goals of your website, and assemble a “can do” team at your company to learn SEO and then implement it step-by-step.

  • Identify your KEYWORDS: find high volume, high value keywords and make a keyword worksheet.
  • (Re)structure your WEBSITE: set up your Website to “talk” to Google using tactics such as HTML page tags, link sculpting, and an effective home page.
  • Create CONTENT: implement an SEO-friendly content strategy.
  • Go SOCIAL: build inbound links, cultivate social mentions via networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, and create freshness.
  • MEASURE your results: use free rank-measurement tools and learn to master Google Analytics, a powerful but confusing free analytics system by Google.
  • Never stop LEARNING: access free explanatory videos, worksheets, and tools.

Check out the other books – SEO For Dummies, SEO an Hour a Day, etc., – they’re great, they’re good, but they don’t include powerful step-by-step worksheets, links to online videos, and the free SEO Toolbook with hundreds of free tools for search engine optimization 2015.

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