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Warren Laine-Naida Be an SEO Pro in One Day

Be an SEO Expert in One Day

    Some things to think about. I’m putting together some notes for an SEO class, and I know you probably won’t be able to join me. A few of my juiciest tidbits are here for you. Sorry, you’ll miss the slides themselves.

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    Why I Want Clients to Leave Me

      Last week I lost a client. When we met they had a small WordPress website and nothing more. Now they manage their own website, Google Ads, and Social Media. They are even really good at SEO. They don’t need me anymore. Well, perhaps if they get stuck they will email me. Do you know what? I feel great!

      5 free things ou can do to improve your website without an agency

      The 5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Website for Free

        We want to help our friends who are small businesses, like navigating through the blah, blah, blah, big agencies and all of their jargon that makes them feel very expensive and important. Let’s talk about some of the things that small business owners can do right now, themselves without hiring a big SEO company!

        3 important things about Social Media for small business

        The 3 Most Important Things About Your Social Media

          Welcome to a new series for Small Businesses, to help you with your Online Marketing! In this post, and video, Bridget Willard and I, are going to talk about the top three things small businesses, or anyone really, need to have on their website.

          The 3 most important things on your website

          The 3 Most Important Things on Your Website

            Welcome to a new series for Small Businesses, to help you with your Online Marketing! In this post, and video, Bridget Willard and I, are going to talk about the top three things small businesses, or anyone really, need to have on their website.

            Semantic HTML How to Build Anything

            Learn About HTML in 5 Steps

              Building things, allows us to think about them. Thinking about things, allows us to understand them. It can save us money, give us a sense of gratification and value, and it can also give us another perspective on what others do.