Join Our Live Webinar: The Future of Technical SEO Isn’t Your Website

Our managing director, Pete, will be talking about how The Future of Technical SEO Isn’t Your Website in a co-hosted webinar with our friends over at SEMRush on Thursday, September 29th at 4pm BST. He’ll be covering:

  • How Google in the future will reduce traffic to ‘traditional’ websites and move towards APIs, Structured Data & Apps
  • How Brands can leverage this exciting new world of Technical SEO
  • Learn about App Indexing, Deep Linking, Structured Data & How to Build Your Own API

You can register for the Webinar over on the SEMRush website.

If it sounds like something you’d be interested in listening to, but you can’t make it next Thursday, feel free to drop us an email at contact@kaizensearch.co.uk and we’ll email the webinar slides and video as soon as we can.

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