When: October 9, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern (1 hour)
So you've written great web content, but it's not getting the traffic and recognition is deserves. You've heard about SEO and content strategy, but incorporating keywords doesn't always cut it. What else can you do to boost the visibility of your web content?
SEO and content strategy aren't simply ways to boost the visibility of one article or blog post; these processes shape the credibility and success of an entire website.
In this one-hour webinar, you'll learn how to think like a web writer, improve your content strategy and maximize conversion rates.
In this tutorial, you'll learn:
- Approach web content strategically so that your work gets the visibility it deserves
- Incorporate SEO best practices into the content creation process from start to finish
- Use a variety of tools on the web to improve your content strategy
- Share your content on the web
Who should attend this webinar:
- Creative professionals who write content for the web
- Designers who want to learn how to create strong, optimized web content
- Copywriters and web writers
- Advertising and marketing professionals
Presenter: Jessica Farris, Online Community Manager, HOW & Print.
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