SEO for Growth
- The Ultimate Guide for Marketers, Web Designers & Entrepreneurs
- Sprecher: John Jantsch
- Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 36 Min.
- Ungekürztes Hörbuch
- Erscheinungsdatum: 13.12.2016
- Sprache: Englisch
- Anbieter: Gildan Media, LLC
Many businesses and marketers toss up a brochure-style website, do a little social media and blog posting (if any), and think they're "doing SEO" - but that's not what it takes to get those coveted first-page Google rankings. No longer just another tactic, search engine optimization has become a full-blown channel on par with PR and advertising - one you can't afford to ignore. From website designers to business owners, marketers to entrepreneurs, everyone can benefit from understanding and applying SEO best practices.
John Jantsch, author of the best-selling Duct Tape Marketing and creator of the Duct Tape Marketing System™, and Phil Singleton, an experienced SEO consultant with years of experience at the local, regional, and national levels, have teamed up to provide you with the only Internet marketing guide you need. In SEO for Growth, they teach you how to leverage the new rules of search engine optimization to make sure your website gets found online. Jantsch and Singleton harness the knowledge they've acquired through years of experience and extensive research, explaining SEO in a direct and accessible manner, to help you navigate this complex technical terrain with purpose and ease. Whether you want to adapt your small business to the digital age or you're a marketer figuring out how to help your clients online, this indispensable guide has everything you need to plan and implement the right SEO strategy for your business.
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Von Daniel Beck Am hilfreichsten 13.06.2018
Very good book
Very good and easily understandable book full of valuable tips and ideas, particularly for beginners. If you are looking for hardcore technical SEO, this is not your book. Minus one star for the blunt advertising for their own services and certain third parties, which gets slightly annoying after a while.