Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Advanced SEO Training Course held in Sydney

Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) November 27, 2007 -- Bruce Clay Australia has announced that they will be running a three day Advanced Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Training course from the 17th to the 19th of March, 2008, just after AdTech, Sydney. The Training course, delivered monthly in the United States, has been run twice in Australia during 2007 and positively received by all attendees.

The training is consistently rated #1 by TopSEO's and is a must for any individual or organisation serious about SEO. Bruce Clay, the president of Bruce Clay, Inc, will be delivering the training and it will include the methodologies and techniques used by our in-house analysts as well as access to the SEOToolset™, which includes over 60 SEO related tools and detailed training materials. The training is designed for all those involved with search engine optimisation activities including webmasters, marketing and responsible management.

Bruce Clay SEO training also offers a Certification Program that recognizes your SEO skills, proficiency with the SEOToolSet™ and adherence to ethical practices. If you would like more information please contact the Sydney Bruce Clay office.

Jeremy Bolt, a Director of Bruce Clay Australia said "We recogised a gap in the Australian market for a quality SEO training course that delivered a comprehensive methodology and toolset, and not just people talking about their own experiences or selling their services. This course gets into the detail, the How-to's, the latest and nothing is held back."

The training attracts Marketing professionals with an interest in Search Engine Marketing, IT professionals who are keen to build search engine friendly websites and business owners that appreciate the leads and resulting benefits that can come from a successful SEO campaign. In 2007, attendees included representatives from some of Australians leading media, telecommunications, entertainment and travel websites.

With the increasing penetration of search engine marketing (SEM), having a clean search engine friendly website is even more important to increase quality scores and reduce SEM campaign costs.


Source:
Bruce Clay - Australia

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