SEO can be a complex topic that can be difficult to grasp and seem like a herculean task to begin with – there are so many moving parts, and it's easy to get lost in the details.
Even though SEO is one of the most important factors to seeing businesses thrive online, so many of us don’t have the time or capacity to keep up with optimizations, and maybe don’t even know where to start! You're working hard on other aspects of your marketing strategy, and you need an SEO service that works with you instead of against you.
Demystifying SEO will break down your SEO strategy into 6 actionable parts, and will give you the tools and advice to cut through the noise and focus on the tools and tasks that will directly help your business, or that of your clients.
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Bring your questions on the topic of the week and listen in as experts provide answers.
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SEOHive / SO Digital Communications
Co-founder / Director
Pete Everitt is a digital agency owner and online entrepreneur from the UK. Most recently, Pete co-launched SEOHive – a white label SEO Service dedicated to helping agency owners create stability in their businesses by delivering high-quality SEO services to their clients and increasing their monthly recurring revenue. Pete worked for more than a decade "in" and "on" digital agencies in the UK s…