Seminar: How to Break the Traffic Barrier with your Blog

How to break the traffic barrier with your blogI will be speaking in a seminar on November 20, 2010 in Del La Salle College of Saint Benilde. The title of the seminar is “How to Break the Traffic Barrier with your Blog”.It’s a seminar that is aimed towards equipping the local bloggers and webmasters on how they can further optimize and improve their traffic in light of today’s tools and trends and web platforms such as social networks, search engines, press releases, etc…

The title of my message is “What ‘Yo mama didn’t tell you about SEO”

It will be a 2-hour seminar from 1:00pm – 3:00pm in the College of Saint Benilde Auditorium. Basically I’ll be explaining about SEO – what is it, what does it have to do with your website and where do you start. My talk will include specifics about on-site and off-site optimization, main functions of search engines, SEO fundamentals, SEO growth tips and blog traffic.

It’s going to be a very exciting seminar with my co-speaker Jonel Uy of and – he will be the one to talk about blogging and how you can attract more traffic with your content. His outline will be as follows:

  • Blog Traffic Optimization
  • Inorganic Search with Link Building
  • Producing Awesome Content
  • Pump Up Your Subscriber Base
  • Engage Socially – Don’t Be Shy!
  • Create Your Brand
  • Make Your Online Tools Work
  • Organic Search with SEO
  • Tips and Secrets
  • Social Media 2012

I’m inviting all the readers of SEO Hacker to join the event – especially those who live in Manila. Registration fee is around 300php and we have limited seats of only 200 people. So please reserve your ticket now by emailing me at sean (at) seo-hacker (dot) com or you can use our online registration form.

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is a Filipino motivational speaker and a Leadership Speaker in the Philippines. He is the head honcho and editor-in-chief of SEO Hacker. He does SEO Services for companies in the Philippines and Abroad. Connect with him at Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. Check out his new project, Aquascape Philippines.