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Online SEO Training Video Course

Learn the basics of good SEO with this self-paced video course.

The SEO course is made up of bite-sized lessons designed to help you improve your website’s performance on search engines.

No jargon guaranteed, and you don’t need any coding knowledge either!

The web designer Paul Jardine sat at his desk doing a video call.

1-2-1 SEO Training

Want some personalised SEO training instead? I also provide in-person SEO training workshops for businesses in Manchester or anywhere in the UK over video call.

Available as 1-2-1 or group SEO training workshops.

Kind words from previous
SEO training students

I can honestly say I’ve never met anyone that’s made this stuff so accessible and easy to understand.

Sarah Green, founder of Another Architecture + Interiors in Stockport

Paul’s beginner SEO workshop was so helpful! Paul makes the web and all that scary SEO stuff seem easy, friendly and most of all fun!

Charlotte Holroyd, Creative Wilderness

Previously, the concept of SEO has seemed intimidating and like learning a foreign language. Paul explained it clearly and precisely and empowered me to improve the SEO of our website.

Hannah Durdin, The Outdoors Group Hannah Durdin of the Outdoors Group.
The web designer Paul Jardine.

Why learn SEO with PJWD?

PJWD’s SEO training is tailored to your particular challenge. Typically, I work with businesses to:

  • Rank higher for their chosen keywords
  • Figure out an SEO-driven content plan
  • Speed up their website
  • Increase enquiries and sales online!

Book an SEO training session

1-2-1 SEO Training Session
2 hour session based around your business
£300
Group SEO Training Session
2 hour session for up to 4 people
£600

Looking for more regular help with your website? Check out my web design consultancy services.

Learn SEO with PJWD

Get in touch to book a personalised SEO training session with PJWD.

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