A recording of this session will be made available to IBPA members on Feb. 28, 2017. Please check back for details.
Google. It’s a black box, and no one really knows what goes on in there. However, there are a few things you can do to optimize your page so that you can rank higher as an author on Google. After all, what’s the point of writing a book or having a website if potential readers can’t find it in search?
There are a number of things publishers and authors can do to optimize their presence to rank higher in search engines. Ranking higher will bring more visitors to your website or blog, allowing you to grow your email list and vastly increase your book marketing. That’s why we are thrilled to offer our next webinar designed with publishers and authors in mind.
Not only will you come away with a better understanding of what SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is, but you’ll be able to make some critical changes right away and seem immediate improvement in your internet presence!
This webinar will focus on:
- How to structure your site so search engines see it
- How to optimize your meta data for discoverability
- How to blog and link effectively for SEO
- The basics of Sitemaps
- How to optimize your Amazon search pages
- How to make sure your book gets discovered
Can’t attend Leveraging SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and Google to Sell More Books? Sign up anyway and watch the prerecorded session at a time suitable to you.
Miral Sattar is the CEO of LearnSelfPublishingFast and Bibliocrunch, an award-winning marketplace that connects authors with vetted book publishing professionals like editors, designers, and marketers. She has worked in the media industry for 11 years, most recently at TIME where she launched several digital initiatives including an iPad and mobile site, mobile apps, a video and podcast channel, blogs, and SEO. Miral and her writing have been featured in TIME, Forbes, Consumer Reports, CNN, NY Daily News, among other media publications. She has a MS in Publishing (Digital + Print Media) from NYU and a BS from Columbia University.