Today we’re launching our first technical SEO training. This training will help EVERYONE to understand those difficult technical SEO issues. We’ll teach you exactly how to analyze (and solve) the most common technical SEO issues. Technical SEO can be quite daunting, but with this training, you’ll be able to fully grasp al those complicated technical SEO issues.
The technical SEO 1 course is available for only $179 up until the end of Februari. After that, the course will be $199.
In this technical SEO training, the focus will be on crawlability. Crawlability is the most important technical SEO aspect. It has to do with al the things that can prevent Google from crawling and indexing your website. Very important stuff. If Google isn’t able to crawl and index your website properly, ranking in the search engines is never going to happen. In this technical SEO course, we’ll cover al the common issues which prevent Google from crawling your website properly.robots.txt, crawl budget, canonical link elements…
This technical SEO course covers all kind of subjects we blog about as well. However, this course will give more insights and explains all these subjects in much more detail.
Technical SEO 1 contains…
The technical SEO 1 training consists of 11 lessons divided over 6 modules. Every lesson starts with a training video in which Joost and Marieke explain the material. After that, we invite you to read some additional texts. In most lessons, a screencast is added in which we show you how to use different tools (Yoast SEO, Quix, Google Search Console). At the end of every lesson, you’ll have to answer some challenging questions. These questions will check whether or not you understood the material. At the end of the course, you’ll receive a certificate and a badge to put on your website.
Technical SEO 1: The first of many?
We’re planning on releasing more technical SEO courses after this first one. There are a lot of other important technical SEO issues that we could cover. We’re for instance thinking about a course on hreflang or about schema.org. What are your thoughts about a second technical SEO course? Which subjects would you like to learn about?