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The Search Engine Academy announces opening of Georgia Location

Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) November 08, 2011

The Search Engine Academy announces the opening of their newest location, The Search Engine Academy of Georgia, located in Alpharetta. This new location will teach the proven techniques in search engine optimization (seo), the art and science of getting a website found and ranked highly in the search engines. Additionally, the new Georgia location will offer Local Search and Social Media Marketing classes, as well as offering on-site instruction to businesses.

“Most business owners and entrepreneurs focus on the beauty of their website, and forget that people have to be able to find their website in searches they do in Google, Yahoo, and other search engines. A beautiful website that can’t be found is like a beautiful billboard on a dead-end road,” said Alan Buckner, President of the Search Engine Academy of Georgia. “And, the advent of Local Search and Social Media has cause a lot of business owners to want to understand how to market their businesses effectively on the internet to their targeted customer. That’s where we shine, helping people to understand what works, what does not – and why.”

For more than 10 years, the Search Engine Academy has been offering internet marketing and Search Engine Optimization training to people all over the world. With 8 offices in the U.S. and 4 more internationally, the Search Engine Academy offers a breadth of knowledge that is unsurpassed. A limited class size and workshop format allow for individualized instruction.

The Search Engine Academy of Georgia will offer the Search Engine Academy’s full curriculum: Intro to Search Engine Optimization, Advance Search Engine Optimization, and Internet Marketing, including Local Search Marketing and Social Media Marketing. The location is 12600 Deerfield Parkway, Alpharetta, Georgia, phone 678-566-3595.


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