Keyword Forensics Webinar with John Alexander

Do you spend hours doing keyword research?

Effective keyword research is essential in online marketing and to do it effectively the “old school way” can take up hours of your time.

And when done doing keyword research the “old school way” all you’re left with is a list of keywords which all your competitors are using.

Don’t you wish that there were a better way that was faster, found keywords with low competition and high search volume and keywords that your competitors were not using?

Now there is a better way, Keyword Forensics.

John Alexander Search Engine AcademyKeyword Forensics enables you to discover hidden search trends and tap into a goldmine of opportunity”- John Alexander

John Alexander, a leading expert in keyword research and the director of training with the Search Engine Academy.

John’s groundbreaking work in keyword forensics has been featured on many of the top search engine blogs and magazines such as Search Engine Watch, Top Ranking, e-Marketing and even on Evan Carmichael’s site.

And John was one of the featured speakers at this years SES conference in Toronto.

Student’s who have attended John’s SEO workshops have paid thousands of dollars to discover his unique strategies, which he has never revealed publicly until today.

As a partner with the Search Engine Academy John lays out his simple strategy for our members in the following 1-hour webinar.

If you are not a member of our silver membership program and wish to sign up to watch this video click here, membership is free!




Certified Master SEO Instructor by the Search Engine Academy and CEO and founder of SEO Training SW.
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