Our next RareChat on Wednesday 28th October at 10am will be discussing your own experiences with search engine optimisation, or SEO. We hope to address some of your frequently asked questions so you can walk away with a better understanding of what SEO can do for you as a rare disease patient group!
SEO tends to be a buzzword that gets thrown around when discussing how to improve a website. Many patient groups know that SEO plays a vital role in helping their website to be seen more online, but when it comes to understanding what SEO is, how it works and the benefits it provides, such as brand awareness and enhanced visibility, many patient groups lack, and would like, more training and knowledge on the subject.
Come ready to discuss:
- Your experience with SEO and which aspects of it confuse you
- SEO suggestions you’ve been given and tried to implement
- Your experience, if any, of using Google Analytics to monitor the performance of your website, such as how many people visit your website per month, which social media channels are driving the most traffic to your website etc.
- If you tried or have optimised your website for mobile devices and tablets
This is your chance to share your experiences and ideas in an informal setting alongside your peers, so register now for what’s sure to be an insightful RareChat.
Spaces are limited so act fast!