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Small Business Online SEO Class Enrolling Now, Announces JM Internet
Date:5/4/2013

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 04, 2013

The JM Internet Group (web: jm-seo.org), a leader in providing small business SEO training, is proud to announce their introductory, no charge webinar on the top ten SEO tips for Google and SEO coming May 16, 2013, with paid training beginning on June 11th. The hugely popular and highly recommended SEO training starts off the June series of paid trainings offered by JM Internet Group, taking its students on a step-by-step journey through the basics of SEO, using the ten best free SEO tools online. Classes always fill up, and registration is limited.

"SEO, or search engine optimization, is a key element of any online marketing strategy," said Jason McDonald, Director of JM Internet Group. "I love teaching these small business SEO training classes, and I can't think of a better way to start off June than with a top ten seo tips training class focusing on the needs of small businesses in California, Texas, and Miami - in fact anywhere in the United States."

For more info and to register for this small business webinar go to:

    http://www.jm-seo.org/

SEO Training Classes Beginning June 11 - Building on SEO Tips

The JM Internet Group is ramping up June, 2013, with its new SEO paid series of trainings, beginning on June 11, 2013.The 7 course series of trainings covers, in more depth, the top ten SEO tips, as well as hundreds of other SEO tools small businesses can use in their internet marketing strategy. Each class focuses on a key element of good SEO best practices, and students will be shown in real-time how to put the knowledge they've learned in the SEO Tips webinar to use in their online marketing strategy.

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