Hello, my name is Anne Sure

It’s very nice to meet you. I’ll be your guide as you learn SEO and answer all your questions.

It’s hard to learn how to optimize your website for the search engines. Not only does Google change the game, as we play it, but it’s hard to decide among all the SEO “experts” who are out there.

That’s where I come in. My name is Anne Sure. I’ve got the answer (“anne-sure”, get it?) to your SEO questions. I’ll guide you through the Curious Ants process so you can learn how to do SEO even as you grow your website’s ability to get more customers, at the same time.

Why am I an ant?

Ants are hard working creatures. That’s what it takes to be successful at SEO. Done right, there are no quick and easy solutions to marketing your business on the search engines. Instead, you need to work hard and keep working at it.

What makes me so “curious”?

SEO is always changing. There’s always something new to learn. Google sometimes changes the rules or their algorithm, so we need to keep sharp by keeping up with all the changes. To be successful at a search marketing campaign, you need to be curious enough to ask questions and willing to change. SEO isn’t just about hard work- you need to be curious and willing to learn.

Can I help you learn SEO?

Curious Ants is different than other ways of learning SEO. I’m not just teaching a course. I’m a guide to which you can return time and time again. I tell you what you need to do, in the order you need to do it, and when you later need to do something again. In every step along the way, I provide video examples and written directions- so you know exactly what to do to find new customers through search engine optimization.

I have more to offer than just lessons. Each week, members of The Colony gather for Office Hours. While I’m not there, David is available to answer any questions they might have- whether from the game plan or other things related to promoting their website.

Let me invite you to join me. I’ll provide the SEO answers you need so your customers can find you in the search engines.

Thank you to Ali Tango for suggesting this name for the Curious Ants mascot.


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