How to SEO Like a Pro

How to SEO Like a Pro

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 10:00am to 11:30am

It’s 2019 and local SEO is a huge factor for businesses nowadays. Is your listing showing up on page 1 of Google’s search results?

If not, join the Better Business Bureau and Barton Interactive as we present to you our local SEO checklist to help usher you into the local listings and beyond those local search results! Whether you’re just getting started and need a local SEO checklist, or want to bolster your current SEO program, this FREE workshop will definitely get you moving in the right direction."

This event promises to be an important first step in designing a successful SEO plan for your business. But spaces are limited, so be sure to register ASAP! Refreshments will be provided.

What You Will Learn:

  • Fundamentals of SEO (and SEO -beyond- local)
  • How to make informed decisions regarding your company's SEO efforts.
  • How to prepare your business for local, national, and international SEO
  • & Much More!


About The Speaker:


Digital Marketing Manager

Zack Barton designs and directs at Barton Interactive, and cares deeply about distinguished design, clever code, and the marriage of the two. Zack provides account and project level leadership and loves design and code. He has 15+ years of experience in design, development, and marketing. Over the years, his clientele has included Eddie Bauer, Wet Seal, and The Vitamin Shoppe. Zack enjoys good food, strong coffee, and will travel anywhere on a whim. He lives with his wife and son in Redding, CA.

To learn more about Zack and Barton Interactive, visit their BBB Profile!

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