SEO Basics for the Savvy Graphic Designer: Intro to Website Optimization
Presented by Dawn Mitchell
About this Webinar:
As a graphic designer, you know how to design a website, but how effectively are you driving traffic to that website? Could it be ranking better? In this webinar for graphic designers who haven’t done SEO, Dawn covers the basics of optimizing websites for search engines and give an overview of what tools a Graphic Designer can use to do it properly. Dawn will highlight what Google looks for when indexing a website, and show you how to view metrics to find out if your SEO efforts are working.
A 20-year industry veteran, Dawn specializes in print and web design for all types and sizes of businesses. In response to her clients’ requests, she began dabbling in search engine optimization about ten years ago, developing solutions that help small businesses at a fraction of the cost of big SEO firm rates. Largely self-taught and mentored by top professionals, she avidly follows industry developments to hone her expertise.
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SEO Basics for the Savvy Graphic Designer: Intro to Website Optimization (Streaming Archive of Webinar)
Presenter: Dawn Mitchell, G4G Interactive, Inc.
Recorded Running Time: approximately one and one half hour
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