- Hot Seat! Winter 2018
Grab a cup of hot chocolate and get ready for the Winter hot seat? We are going to have a live and very insightful look into REAL member websites to help assess and analysis potential issues, and also to point out some really positive approaches that you can easily and efficiently implement on your website.
Have your site reviewed live by Jay!
A Site Review by an experienced marketing consultant can vastly improve your rankings by educating you on various rank elements that you may be missing.
Past Hot Seat recipients have said this has helped them immensely!
This was very helpful to see other sites and learn from what they are doing and from your feedback on how they can make things better.
There were a number of points that were applicable to me especially the reference to the theme taking up too much of the page. I think that has prevented me from getting the amount of traffic that I was hoping for.
Looking forward to other sessions.
I am also not a big fan of the "no right click" feature on some websites.
I was checking out my equipment really. I was in a shopping centre and wondered if I could hear with earphones! Yes I can. The training I believe was a bit too advanced for me at this time. Still a newbie here. Thank you for noticing me. My goodness I can’t go anywhere in WA without being noticed! (Giggle).
Cheers, Aussie Jill
Overall: 117 applications were received for review. Jay used a process of elimination where 75 were left with completed domain names. Eventually, seven random websites were looked and reviewed for keywords, seo rankings, look 'n feel during the one and half hour review session. Live Chat was also in progress.
More than 245 participants were on-line simultaneously from around the world logged in to see this Live training.
An excellent experience.
Thank you, Jay, for a super job on the reviews -- very helpful feedback of improvements for the site owners.
I always enjoy your lessons. Meta tags do not work on my site. A message tells me it can not be done. Since I can not ask for help it is a useless point. It was interesting to see what you thought was necessary for a successful website. I appreciated your candor. Take care.