Veterans looking for new skills to help land a job or increase current work performance in the high-tech working world are being given the opportunity for free Search Engine Optimization training in Santa Monica at SEO Seminar Los Angeles.
The operators of the Los Angeles SEO Seminar series say the training is the best way to secure a new job or increase chances at a promotion.
The free seminar passes for veterans are available at a full day introduction to SEO training event to be held August 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at CoWorks in Santa Monica. The day is valued at $299.
Additionally, guests of veterans are invited to attend alongside their military brethren and will receive a $100 discount by using the promotion code “military100.”
“Not only will this seminar help Veterans build their skill set for their future and current employers,” said Chad Rutt, the key speaker at SEO Seminar Los Angeles, “but this skill set will allow them to more effectively market themselves in their post service job hunt.”
Previous sessions have been attended by small business owners, web designers, and marketing professionals from large companies who were able to take home advanced Internet marketing skills that could be executed that night.
SEO experts Danilo Lee and Chad Rutt have spent their careers marketing products and websites throughout the digital landscape and will teach seminar attendees the Step-by-Step process of developing a comprehensive and results oriented SEO plan. Plus they will educate attendees on proper implementation and execution.
This hands-on, one day Los Angeles SEO Training workshop is loaded with directions, notes and case studies that have been developed over years of systematic testing and implementation by the speakers own successful online marketing efforts. Additionally attendees will leave the seminar with comprehensive list of resources and detailed seminar materials so that they can go back at any point in the future to review.
For more information, visit http://www.seoseminarlosangeles.com.
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