Diversify your offer with SEO linguistic services and learn how SEO can boost your own marketing strategy
Our online course will give you the tools you need to provide your clients with search engine optimisation (SEO) translation and related services.
It’s a comprehensive course designed for translators with little or no knowledge of SEO.
You’ll cover a lot of ground, from what SEO really is and how it works, through to the research and audit phase, before getting stuck into localising keywords, meta tags, search engine ads, and creating your own optimised content.
• SEO basics: what is it and how does it work?
• Keyword research
• Keyword localisation
• Web content optimisation
• SEO audit
• Meta tag localisation
• SEA localisation
• Tools and resources
• Tips and tricks
The knowledge you gain in this course will enable you to offer SEO translation and SEO-related linguistic services to your clients – whether agencies or direct clients.
These skills can also be applied to your own marketing, and to related areas of work such as content writing.
Seasoned translator and digital marketing aficionada Teresa Sousa will be your guide throughout.
Drawing on her own experience and SEO success, Teresa will provide you with an overview of how SEO works, before jumping into what SEO translation involves, and how to do it.
Hi! I’m Teresa, and I’ll be your trainer.
I’ve been interested in SEO since my early days as a solopreneur, and I’ve always tried to keep up with the latest trends and implement them on my business with excellent results.
We even got to Google’s first search results page. Not bad, right?
But still, when I started getting my first SEO-related requests from my translation clients I felt a bit lost. Even with the help of client guidelines and all the information available online, there seemed to be a lack of useful resources on this subject that could be specifically applied to translation.
That’s why I decided to get to work and create this online course.
I had the opportunity to present a few live webinars in 2020 and the feedback was great. So now I’m preparing a self-paced course that you can follow online in your own time.
See you there?