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Local Client Takeover Offers Free Online Local SEO Training for Agencies and Individuals
Harrisburg, PA – Local businesses deserve to enjoy as many sales as possible. To achieve this goal, local business owners need to be open to the possibility of using the internet and digital space to advance their marketing tactics and strategies for improved sales and revenue generation. To ensure this, the team at Local Client Takeover has taken time to compile some of the most comprehensive resources that takes business owners and agencies through the world of local marketing while explaining things in a step-by-step manner.
Boasting of a team of local SEO consultants who have scaled up many businesses, turning those businesses from low-level businesses to 7-figure companies, participants are guaranteed nothing short of impactful resources that have real-life applications.
Announcing the online local SEO courses offered for free, the spokesperson for the platform said: “Local Client Takeover is for those that grow tired of the hype and want to learn, discuss, and improve upon their wealth generated from servicing local clients. Using tested methods from over 400 clients that generate over 390k per month, we offer people solutions to achieving a sustainable living through procuring customers in local markets. Leverage our knowledge for your success.”
People who are interested in the local SEO courses offered by the team at Local Client Takeover are welcome to visit the online platform to browse the wide range of courses offered as well as the resources provided to ensure that the training is both practical and applicable to real-life situations.
As part of the training packages on the website, interested participants can choose the GMB SEO Specialist course that is both updated and comprehensive with over 80 GMB training videos offered at no cost. The coach, Chaz Edward, will take participants through the world of GMB SEO from the scratch up until the professional level.
Added to this, the online resource point also offers informational resources on Link Building Science which will help participants develop a patent-based link building strategy that will ensure that they consistently get the best off-page optimizations.
Interested participants who are looking to learn more about Facebook Ads can choose the Facebook Local Ads course offered on the platform. The course takes interested participants through the basics of putting together and running successful campaigns for their local clients as well as businesses while also ensuring great returns.
Local Client Takeover provides a Local SEO course for no cost and continues to update the resource website to add new courses like Google Ads for Local marketing, 7-figure agency training – designed to help agencies make headway from launch to becoming a 7-figure company.
Local Client Takeover continues to break boundaries and show others how it is done, all for free. Interested businesses and agencies can visit the online resource platform to get started on the free courses.
Local Client Takeover is located at 3915 Union Deposit Rd #918, Harrisburg, PA, 17109, US.
For more information, call (717) 316-8149 or send an email to [email protected]
Local Client Takeover
3915 Union Deposit Rd #918, Harrisburg, PA, 17109, US
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