There’s a lot more to SEO than “optimizing” a page. You could have the most optimized page on the web, and your customers will never see it if Google can’t read it. Technical SEO is the practice of making sure Google can read your website. Once Google can read your website, it can serve it to your customers- as they look for what you have to offer.
While you don’t need to be a web developer to do SEO, there are some technical things you need to do to ensure your SEO success. The best place to start is using a WordPress website. WordPress (out of the box) is ready for an SEO campaign.
However, even if you don’t use WordPress, Curious Ants can give you the technical SEO training you need. We will show you what to look for and what you need to do to fix it. While Curious Ants isn’t trying to teach you how to build your website, it does want to teach you how to clearly and precisely communicate with your web developer. That ensures that any technical problems can be fixed quickly (which is also less expensive). In other words, you don’t have to be a programmer to do SEO, but Curious Ants will teach you how to ask the right person for precisely what you need.
Google Search Console will be your primary source of information to learn technical SEO. With that information, Curious Ants’ technical SEO course will show you what to do with that information. If you read below, you’ll get a good sample of some specific parts of technical SEO.
Yes. Technical SEO makes sure Google can read your website. If you understand the principles of technical SEO, Google will have no problem reading your website. That is how technical SEO works. There’s more to SEO than just the technical aspect, but it’s the best place to start.
If you’re just getting started in SEO, I recommend you start with Google Search Console. It will tell you if Google has any problems with your website- primarily technical SEO problems. Once you have this information, you can fix the issue yourself or work with an experienced web developer to help you improve it.
Curious Ants will teach you how to do technical SEO using Google Search Console. It will show you what reports to look at and what you should do about each of these reports.
The best way to learn technical SEO is to jump in! Curious Ants will guide you all the way. We will show you what to look for and where you can get help.
If you run into a unique technical SEO issue, you can always bring it to the weekly Office Hours call. That’s where you can ask about your specific issue and find the answers you need. You might find you’re not the first person to run into that problem!
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