- Great for beginners who know nothingWhen you know nothing about SEO and you don't know where to begin this is a great place to start.
- Quick snippets of good info.I found out quite a bit about using google to check my site. It's not an all-inclusive SEO tutorial, but it has some good advice.
- A Great IntroductionA short course that helps you understand the basics of how your website is indexed on Google and ideas on how to better your results.
- Ryan thanks for this excellent course. you covered the main points very well. Thanks
- Too Little InfoIn general, this didn't cover much, but it also had very little to do with SEO.
- Good Introduction to SEOThis series of videos gave a very brief introduction to Search Engine Optimization. Several of the videos are extremely short, and at times, cut off prematurely. I especially like the use of Google search techniques.
- Very very basic but excellent work and very short (I like it) I think it will be better if you change the name to "Basic Google Hacks" As other said, you will not be expert by end of the course but it's nice start for someone looking to get basic tips about google search
- intro to terminologyThis course is a good, quick introduction to SEO terminology. You won't be an expert at the end, but you will be able to understand what people are saying when they talk about SEO, and it is a fast foundation for learning more about SEO.
- Hm.The course is given by one person, but the videos are by another. This is a very very basic tutorial that most will already know if you've been experimenting. The videos are okay at explaining the extreme basic and would fit better with a 'Beginners Course' title, but they should have had some sort of sound to them as well. The very last video I didn't have any audio on either; I receive audio for everything else aside from this course so I'm guessing the audio was never attached properly. Good course for a brand new user to SEO.
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