Corey Potter is on a mission to teach photographers all about SEO.
His website, Fuel Your Photos, has gradually become the place to visit for the latest news about site analytics, keyword use, using YouTube, writing blog posts and so much more.
Now, he has just launched a course dedicated to SEO, or search engine optimization, for photographers.
That’s where you come in, if you are carefully watching your Google analytics and you aren’t moving the needle but want to in terms of attracting the right visitors to your website and converting them into paying clients.
3 Common SEO Myths
Photographers tend to believe three common SEO myths. Corey dispels them all in this interview.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Corey about SEO for Photographers about a week ago. Take a listen and let me know in the comments how you are paying attention to your metrics – bounce rates, site visits or your Google rank.
Corey is one of the most generous people I know. He and his friend Dylan Howell can be found on Facebook Live quite often discussing SEO topics with their followers.
Corey just told me that he was chosen to participate in a special event for web masters hosted at Google.
So, if you are considering SEO for Photographers, you are in good and secure company. I know for a fact that Corey is going to take good care of you and will not lead you astray. Search engine optimization is what he obsesses about and we are the better for it.
If you are one of the first 25 people to use the code – tiffinbox – when enrolling in SEO for Photographers, Corey has promised the following bonuses:
1. Personal 10-15 minute website review to help you figure out exactly where to start to make the most impact on rankings. $99 value.
2. Lifetime course community access. We do monthly live video chats and release other exclusive content inside the course community FB group. You get lifetime access instead of 1 year access. $99/yr value.
3. Free access to our upcoming blogging course when it is released. $200 value.
So, what do you say? Do you pay attention to your search engine stats? Do you know your way around the back end of Google Analytics? Or, are you like me, a photographer who needs help figuring it all out. If you have read this far, you know where to find help. I trust you will consider SEO for Photographers.