Events by EventfulThe Blog Workshop -Surviving SEO – speaker Dan Morris (Amarillo, TX)
Search Engine Optimization, is constantly developing and changing, keeping up can be quite hard. The Blog Workshop understands the importance of keeping your SEO knowledge sharp so we’re doing a workshop dedicated to Surviving SEO. For this workshop Dan Morris will go over the ins and outs of the ever changing SEO and provide you with tips and tricks you can apply to your blogging. Our workshops will be 1 hour; 45 mins of learning and 15 mins of question and answer. Grab those notebooks and get ready to fill them with more info.
What Will I Learn?
Structuring your content
About Dan Morris:Dan R Morris helps bloggers overcome burn-out by teaching them how to employ leverage in their business, identify with precision where they are generating revenue and how to take the steps necessary to make align their blog with their dreams.
Dan the is founder of LettersFromDan.com, a website dedicated to improving your revenue stream from online efforts. Dan is an infomercial producer, blogger, niche website owner, product developer, author, internet marketer and Mastermind leader. Dan actively encourages marketers to take that extra step so that "Hope" doesn't become the marketing plan.
Dan has been seen speaking at: SoFabCon, Savvy Blogging Summitt, Social Media in Action Conference, The Blog Workshop and more.
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