The Best SEO Training in the Philippines By Far
Delivered by the Country’s top SEO Speaker
Finding a legit SEO training program in the Philippines isn’t as easy as you may think. Far too often, what you’ll find on the web are either overpriced courses for newbies or trainings conducted by “experts” you’ve never even heard of. Unless you’re willing to take serious risks with your precious time and money, saying no to these things is the smart choice.
There’s just one problem with declining: where will you get the training you need to advance your career?
I hear ya. As a matter of fact, I hear all of ya. After 100+ inquiries asking me to train individuals and corporations in SEO, it’s become abundantly clear to me that this is something the local community needs badly. Today, I decided to clear up my busy schedule and make time to teach a handful of people how to win big in SEO.
About Your SEO Mentor
I’ve been doing SEO for 11 years now. Like many Filipino SEOs, I started off as a freelancer and eventually gained enough experience to join Fortune 500 corporations in the US as a manager. I spent most of my career traveling the globe and acquiring knowledge until I started GDI Online Marketing in 2013.
The past six years were spent growing our business which now operates not just in the digital marketing space but also in the real estate and medical verticals. During this time, we built up one of the country’s strongest client portfolios which includes the following brands along with hundreds more:
I’ve also been fortunate enough to have been featured in some mainstream media publications including:
Some of the events and institutions where I’ve been invited to talk about SEO in the past include:
Why People Listen When I Talk SEO
But who cares about all of that, really? Even lousy speakers can put together impressive-looking portfolios. People attend my talks by the hundreds because I keep things 100% real. I deliver honest, insightful lessons on SEO strategies that work in the real world. No secrets, no BS, no overpricing.
And did I mention that I’m far the most entertaining lecturer in every conference I speak at whether here or abroad?
Don’t take my word for it. This is what David Christopher, one of the organizers of the Confluence Conference in Oklahoma City had to say:
I understand that some folks are good at talking about SEO, but can’t deliver results even if their lives depended on it. I’m not one of those speakers. I talk a good game and back it up with results. Here’s what one client had to say.
Of course, we can’t hold on to all clients forever. Agencies lose clients and GDI is no exception. Here’s what a departing client told us on his way out:
About the SEO Training Program
Location: GDI office, 2F Kingspire Business Center, McArthur Highway, San Isidro, City of San fernando, Pampanga
Date: Feb. 8, 15, 22 and 29.
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Admission Fee: PhP 10,000.00
Obviously, the rate isn’t cheap but this training program isn’t for the financially destitute. This training is for folks who want to invest good time and money on skills that will pay them back hundreds of times over.
I. Advanced Technical SEO for Non-Coders
II. Refined On-Page SEO
III. Advanced Local SEO
IV. Scalable Link Building
V. SEO KPIs and Reporting
VI. Dealing with Penalties
VII. The 5 Things That Really Matter Most in Ranking
VIII. Advancing Your Career with SEO
IX. Selling Your SEO Services
X. Dealing with Clients and Bosses
How It Works
This isn’t your typical SEO training program. For one thing, we don’t take in just anyone who has the money to sign up for it. We want to train people who’ll put the skills we share to good use and improve on them over time. Basically, we’re looking for the kind of people who have the potential to advance the state of SEO in the Philippines — not some schmuck who wants to put an additional line on his resume.
- At least one year of experience in SEO, web development or other related field
- Must be familiar with basic SEO concepts and tactics
- Motivated to learn and to become the best SEO practitioner he or she can be.
- Ideally, someone paying for his own admission and not just sent by his employer as a requirement