Are you a take charge person, or do you rely on your webmaster or web developer to optimize your site?
If you’re a take charge person, you will love the tips and courses that Solo Web Solutions offers!
Need a New Website?
Designing Your Website on a Budget explains why websites cost different amounts and how to stay under budget.
- How to Use WordPress – Learn the ins and outs of WordPress and at your own pace.
- Member Skills – Learn how to set up a membership site with aMember and at your own pace. (This is an affiliate program, so I will receive a small amount when you purchase)
Search Engine Optimization
There are several courses here, depending on how deep you wish to delve.
- 5-Minute SEO is free and you will receive short lessons via email. You will have time to implement the steps before going onto the next lesson.
- 5 Things You Can Implement NOW Increase Traffic will take you through the basics of the most important things you should do to get found on the internet.
- If you have installed Yoast SEO because someone told you it would help your rankings in Google, but you don’t have a clue what to do, this course is for you. Learn Yoast SEO is three short videos that shows you what to do to get the best results from this plugin.
- SEO Basics WordPress consists of 5 modules with 5 lessons in each module. It teaches you step-by-step how to set up Google Analytics, which plugins to install, and how to optimize a blog post. You will feel like an expert when you get through this course!
Which of these courses or eBooks fits for where you’re at in your website development? Do you learn best with the written word or with videos? Do you want to start with the basics, an overall view of what SEO (search engine optimization) is all about and then build on it?
Clicking on any of the above links will give you a better explanation of what each eBook or course is about.
You may not even want to do the work yourself. Maybe you just want to be able to understand what your web developer is talking about, what they are doing to your site, and if he/she is using best practices on your website. That’s ok too, and honestly it’s in your best interest to know what your web developer is doing, don’t you think?