This week, we are busy delivering a set of webinars for SMEs across the world. Starting on Tuesday with “SEO, all you need to know about EEAT. The webinar starts at 10 am and is part of the SBA’s small business training content programme. You can reserve a place on the webinar SEO – all you need to know about EEAT | Events | SBA CIC

Are you looking to increase the organic traffic to your website and build more leads or sales?  In this webinar we will cover the essentials of Search Engine Optimisation.

Search Engine Optimisation means the process of improving your website to increase its visibility in Google, Microsoft Bing, and other search engines whenever people search for:

Products you sell.
Services you provide.
Information on topics in which you have deep expertise and/or experience.

The experts at We Are Chain will show you how to analyse your websites current performance and understand what you can do to improve things. You will learn about Google’s favourite acronym EEAT which stands for Experience, Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness.

We will then show you how you can implement this theory into all your content creation with the goal of increasing your website traffic and lead generation.

This webinar will cover more advanced ecommerce techniques, covering topics like email marketing, segmenting your audience, social media, using discounts and gift cards and improving your user journey.

We will show you how to get more out of your database of contacts, collect more information and understand how to use apps and platforms to upsell and increase the average basket value.

Ecommerce Webinar

The second webinar is on eCommerce and is all about how you can grow your business. Utilising our many years of ecommerce experience we will share with you our tips and tricks on how to generate more sales and increase the size of your basket.

This webinar is delivered by We are Chain, who are a Shopify Partner Agency that have been helping business owners grow their online sales for the last 5 years. They own and run their own online stores which gives them a unique knowledge of the ups and downs of running a business and not just building websites.

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