Get Found on Google – The SEO Basics by Ricky

You’ll learn how to do the essential SEO on your website so your business gets found on Search Engines.

You’ll learn:

1. How to create an SEO-friendly website
2. How to write SEO-optimised content, titles, descriptions, and internal links
3. About local SEO and how to use it to find local customers.
4. Which Tools to use (free)
5. How to get started with our SEO Action Plan

This workshop is brought to you by Business Station and AusIndustry under the Digital Solutions Program.

Ricky has a background in technology marketing and business development and has been a digital consultant for the last 10+ years. He specialises in Digital Marketing for small businesses, particularly eCommerce businesses, and he possesses excellent technical WordPress, Woocommerce, Shopify, and Digital skills. He is Google certified, a Shopify Partner, and enjoys assisting his clients to become successful online.

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About Digital Solutions – Australian Small Business Advisory Services
The Digital Solutions program is built to help small business owners develop their digital marketing skills, from social media to building a better website, making online sales, creating Google and Facebook Ads, and more. All with the advisory and guidance of experienced industry experts who keep you on the right track and help you learn with step-by-step support and check-ins.

In almost four years we’ve helped over 15,000 small businesses in QLD, WA and NT to become more confident with digital marketing. With generous support and sponsorship from the Australian Government, you can access over $1,000 value in business advisory, training and online resources for only $44.

At this event, we’ll discuss how our program works and how we can help you to build a more resilient business.

Important – Participating businesses must be aware that this information will be provided to the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources for program evaluation and reporting purposes; and businesses may be approached by a representative from the Department to complete a survey on the services provided.