SEO FREE webinar

Jason McDonald, Director of JM Internet Group is hosting a FREE webinar tomorrow about Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.”

What are your SEO habits? If you were to diagnose your website would it be sick, healthy, on the road to health, or on the road to ruin?

“SEO, heal thyself,” Aristotle might have said. He might have continued, “SEO, diagnose yourself.” Because diagnosis is a critical part of SEO success.  But what is your Google rank?

How does Google perceive your website? Are you getting links and social mentions? Is your SEO moving in the right, or wrong, direction over time?

Please join Jason at his next FREE Lunch / Coffee webinar on SEO, Wednesday November 14th at 12 pm Pacific / 3 pm Eastern.

You bring the lunch (West Coast) or coffee (East Coast), he’ll be the free edutainment identifying and explaining seven important diagnostics for you and your website.

Jason’s motto is death to boring PowerPoint.  It will be fun, and informative… “I guarantee it or your money back” he says (OK, it’s free, but still it will be fun AND informative).

Register now at http://jm-seonews.org/10/1107.html

Got friends? Colleagues? Business associates? Feel free to forward this invite to them, as our lunch / coffee webinars are the most fun on the Internet this side of where Google meets Facebook, with a left turn to Twitter and LinkedIn (that would be his beloved home, the San Francisco Bay Area).

You can reach Jason McDonald at j.mcdonald@jm-seonews.org or check out his website at http://jm-seo.org/.

 

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