How can I get my website on the first page of Google?
That's the question that opens the door into a deep rabbit hole called SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
Soon you'll discover that it's not push button easy to get on the first page of Google...
Where should you start? What should you do first? What is actually important? And what is not important anymore?
All these questions and more are covered in our new Thrive University course: "SEO if You Don't Want to Learn SEO".
Action Over Theory
This course is written with the beginner in mind. In the first lesson you'll get the exact steps to optimize your website (even if you don't understand the first thing about SEO).
When you follow these steps, you'll have a website that is optimized for search engines (and humans !).
The goal here is not to teach you everything there is to know about SEO but rather to get you started and to take immediate action.
Wait But Why?
If after following the first lesson you find yourself asking: Why am I doing what I'm doing? What's the theory behind this?
You can check out the second lesson. Here we go deeper into the different concepts. You'll discover:
- What "Link juice" means and how you can use it to your advantage.
- What the best website structure is and if the silo-structure is still a thing today.
- How keywords work and why you should optimize for humans rather than for search engines.
After following this lesson you'll understand the big SEO picture.
But I'm not a Beginner
No worries, we have a third lesson that puts the focus on SEO for established websites.
Here you'll learn how to look at your results and do more of what's working.
You'll discover what content is doing well (on SEO level) and how this can spawn new opportunities to update existing or to create new content.
Go ahead, sign up for Thrive University (it's free!) and pick the SEO lesson that fits your needs.
Do you have questions? You can leave them in the comments below!
PS: If you already have a members account, you can simply login to get access to the course!