Stop Banging Your Head in SEO

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I was banging my head against the wall, trying to figure out what to do and reading tons of books on how to get that 1st place listing in Google and nothing was working. But in the last couple days everything Roy told me to do came together and I finally achieved the #1 and the #2 ranking” – Emilo Martinez:

10 small business owners from as far away as Virginia and Seattle joined Emilo at our 2-day SEO Essentials Workshop last week to get top placement for their sites and/or their clients sites in Google.

During the opening of the Friday morning session I shared the biggest secret I had ever learned from my mentor in Internet Marketing back in 2001 that not only made me very successful, but also made many other online businesses owners very successful to set the theme for the class.

And then over the course of the next 2 days our 4 instructors broke down our 8-step step system and worked with individual students on their sites.

Listen to what Emilo and our students shared as their biggest SEO “ah-ah” moment during this 4-minute video:

Then at the end of the SEO Training Workshop our newly SEO certified students provided a short review of their experiences during the workshop in this 7-minute video:

SEO Training WorkshopAre you ready to claim your 1st place listing in Google too?

If so check out our upcoming SEO workshops and DVD training of our past SEO workshops on the menu bar at the top of this page.

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