Part of the Strictly Business Celebrating Our Community monthly business series in partnership with the Windsor-Severance Clearview Library District!
A simple approach…
Google’s algorithms are a complex system used to retrieve data from its search index and instantly deliver the best possible results for a query. The search engine uses a combination of algorithms and numerous ranking signals to deliver webpages ranked by relevance on its search engine results pages (SERPs).
In its early years, Google only made a handful of updates to its algorithms. Now, Google makes thousands of changes every year.
It’s no secret that most people feel like keeping up with Google is a moving target that shifts just when you think you have a foothold. Fortunately, several fundamental concepts of search engine optimization (SEO) have stood the test of time.
Discover actionable tips to…
“Google-proof” your digital marketing efforts for 2019 and beyond
Identify potential penalties levied against a website
Optimize for “position zero” and why ranking #1 isn’t enough anymore
Use local SEO to improve the presence of a local business
Brian Kato, Fusion Vine
Brian is a digital strategist who works with local businesses struggling to be found online. By using guerrilla marketing tactics that get results, Brian has helped local businesses leverage the power of SEO, SEM, and social media. He’s also helped several businesses recover from Google penalties.
As a speaker, Brian has engaged both EO penalties and SMB owners, providing actionable insights that can be used to improve nearly any business. Digital marketing shouldn’t be difficult; in fact, anyone can be successful when provided with a simple road map.
Join us for this free Strictly Business workshop at the Windsor Clearview Library where Brian will share some insights, information and tools to help you improve the online presence of your local business.
About “Celebrating Our Community”
The series by the Clearview Library is inspired by those that live, play, and work in the community — past and present. Each month, we’ll offer a variety of programs that spark conversation, teach new skills, and strengthen relationships by celebrating the community’s differences and commonalities.