Boost Online Sales with Backlinks -

Date and Time 1: 09/06/2022 9:30 am

Date and Time 2:

Address: Online

Phone: 0249362557

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Boost Online Sales with Backlinks

Learn how to supercharge your website seo by learning how to generate and optimise links from other websites to your website.

Having other websites link to your website is a key part of search engine optimisation – it’s actually what the world’s most popular search engine; Google was founded on. While this may be easy for larger or older businesses, new small businesses can find it difficult getting other websites to link to theirs. The truth is, when backlinking is done well, it can be one of the easiest and most effective ways to drive traffic to your website and boost online sales.

This workshop focusses on simple, practical things that small businesses can do to attract more links and visitors to their website.

At the end of this workshop participants will:

  • Understand the basics of using backlinks for search engine optimisation (SEO)
  • Identify powerful free or low cost backlink opportunities
  • Use free tools to assess the value of potential backlinks
  • View current backlinks for your website and assess their value
  • Review competitors backlinking strategies
  • Learn how to avoid common mistakes when backlinking

Presented by

Troy White – Digital Business Advisor with the Hunter Region Business Hub.

Online Workshop

To make it safe and easy for you to participate we are holding this workshop online via Zoom. You will need to install Zoom on your computer to join the workshop. If you need help will setting up Zoom please email or call the Hub on (02) 4936 2557 at least 3 days before the workshop and we can help you set it up.

Essential You must have a current ABN and less than 20 employees to qualify for this workshop.

This workshop is proudly brought to you by Hunter Region Business Hub Australian Small Business Advisory Service’s Digital Solutions Program For the health of our clients due to Corona Virus the Hunter Region Business Hub is moving all workshops online.