Hey, what's up? Looking for a community of SEO professionals to exchange ideas, network, learn and teach with? Then you might have found a home.
The SEO Training Dojo has been many things over the years, but one thing that's constant is a sense of community. Person to person engagement. That's the key to evolving in search engine optimization.
Cutting Edge Knowlege and Engagement
Blog posts and other forms of content get old fast. They're great for being the genesis of a conversation, but that's not the core of the evolution of your skills. In our little family, the more you engage, the more you learn.
- Things we're talking about lately;
- Future proof SEO
- Benchmarks and KPI
- Google and the industry's 'morality'
- The bane that is crap-hat link building
- Best practices for blog snippets
- Forensic SEO & Recovery
- Sub-domains and inter-linking
- Semantic web tech (schema etc)
You get the idea. I just grabbed those from around our various channels. We obviously also talk about all things Google, social, link building, YouTube, myths/rants and more on a daily basis.
We're Where You Want Us To Be
Another thing we've learned over the years is that simply being a website, is never enough. We've evolved to offer community elements on a variety of platforms. The members of the SEO Dojo have access to;
- Website (forums, social network and more)
- Private Facebook group
- Private Google Plus group
- Google Plus Hangouts on Air (priority seating)
- Private Google Hangouts (members only)
- Private chat room on Skype
- Closed group on LinkedIn
We realized over the years that our members often preferred to interact where they are each day. It always came back to the privacy and quality of conversation - that was the issue.. So, we are fostering and managing off-site communities to fill that need.
If there's somewhere else you think we should be? We'll be there. It's about enabling the conversations between the members of the network, where they are. Not simply by dragging them here to the site.
It was founded on the belief that greater amounts of wisdom could be collected and shared to create better optimizers. The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 14:19