I have been a guest blogger for one of the premier SEO and web design sites in London, The Digital Hub. They are a very well-established and well-respected site and they have interviewed many notable and successful web designers and authors.
I’ve written a similar blog post about the SEO world for another site, but I had a few other questions about the SEO course I took with them. I wanted to know if I could take any of their SEO courses.
Sure, you can. But you may be a little apprehensive about the idea of taking on a course such as this, especially if you are new to the industry. There are a few things you should be aware of when taking on a program that will take about 4 months to complete. In your first few months, I’d recommend starting with the free SEO course and only moving on to the expensive, more in-depth SEO course in the second half of your first year.
Free SEO courses include the following: SEO Audit, SEO Strategy, SEM & PPC Audit, Search Engine Optimization Fundamentals, PPC & SEO Keyword Research, and Keyword Analysis.
SEO courses are expensive, but if you are new to the industry and are going to be taking on an SEO project, you would be wise to start off with the free SEO courses. There is no reason to invest in the expensive course. I personally recommend the paid SEO courses, which are just as in-depth as the cheaper courses.
The cheapest SEO course is the free SEO Audit, which looks at the content of your website, your links, and whether or not you need to change your content to improve your SEO. If you’re going to be spending a lot of time making changes to your site to improve your ranking, the free SEO Audit is a good place to start.
The free SEO Audit may be overkill for most, but if youre looking to get a professional SEO audit done, it’s a great place to start.
I used to think that SEO Audit was free, but it’s not. Youll need to fork out the $40, and then pay for the other services.
The free SEO Audit is only a guide to getting a good ranking, and only as good as that ranking is. The SEO Audit is basically just a checklist of things you need to do to get there. This is all that it really does. If you decide that you want a professional review, its worth the money. But if you want someone to tell you whats wrong with your site, it’s a waste of money.
I have yet to see a single person in my SEO business who ever paid for an SEO Audit. I would think that most SEOs are well aware of the value of a good ranking. But to be honest, it just seemed like a lot of people just wanted someone to tell them what was wrong. I guess that is one of the reasons that SEO courses in London are so expensive.