Does SEO(search engine optimization) JOB comes under IT(INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)?
HI guys i got job in one company as tr.seo(search engine optimization) with a pay of 7k p/m.should i
do this job because i did b.tech(computers).Will seo comes under IT.what can be the salary of this field for 2+ experience?.
Thank you in advance
Yeah SEO job come into IT. There is nice carrier in SEO. After 2+ your salary will be 25k to 40k. Its depend your skill.. But one thing I am say to you, you are a software engineer, so try a job software developer, software engineer, software tester, or try in development field, its best for you.
How do I get a job in Search Engine Optimization?
I’m very interested in SEO work and would like to do a course so that I can learn the ropes but I haven’t been able to find any at a college? I’ve seen 1 online course but don’t know whether it would be suitable:
They’re based in New Zealand so am unsure whether their Certification would be recognised in the UK.
It’s difficult because SEO changes all the time.
You’re better off training up on the different aspects e.g. Google Analytics, Google AdWords and take a few emarketing courses.
search engine optimization job?
I have an opportunity to go to work selling SEO services. this company does a telemarketing effort and then it is my job to follow up and close the sale. Of course this is 100% commission.
does anyone have any feedback for me on how easy or hard this is to sell??
I can’t begin to tell you how important search engine optimization is for my online business. It’s something you can’t trust in the hands of just anyone. If the wrong person handles your SEO, it can cost you a substantial drop in ranking that could take weeks or even months to recouperate from.
This is a service that I’d never entrust to anyone who cold called my office.
is there jobs in SEO(Search Engine optimization)?
Absolutely. There are also companies entirely devoted to this. I’ve worked with SEO partners – one was a dedicated company, and the other did web development with some SEO on the side …
I saw a job opening titled “search engine optimization.” What are the qualifications for such a job?
I am a recent journalism graduate with significant reporting experience. Can I play up my research skills?
A search engine optimization expert basically helps clients understands how search engines work and get their websites to the top of the search engines. Basically you need to be able to:
- Keep track of what’s happening with the search engines, including movements in datacenters or changing algorithms or new methodology (often from new patents granted) to rank web sites
- Know how each of the search engine works and what the different ones, especially the big three (Google, Yahoo and MSN) require for a site to get good rankings
- Understand the factors that can propel a site to the top of the search engines without resorting to black hat techniques (eg. Doorway pages, excessive keywords, etc) that can result to the banning of the site
- Know the process how to make a site banned by a search engine and delisted in their index to return to the SEs database
- Know the latest tools available to help optimize a site from creating a Google sitemap to determining the right keywords of the site
- Understand both organic and paid search engine rankings, and know how to do both
- Manage and handle pay per click campaigns of the clients in the search engines, from determining the keywords, tracking conversions to keeping track of the costs
Research skills can be useful in terms of finding out ways how search engines work. But there are many forums and blogs where other webmasters and employees of these search engines gather that you simply go to these places to learn (e.g. SearchEngineWatch.com, WebmasterWorld, Matt Cutts blog, etc) that you don’t need any research skills at all.
Understanding and knowledge of programming is essential — e.g. Managing .htaccess files, how to do 403 redirects, how to ensure dynamic URLs are accessible to the search engines. Many also help their clients plan and create content and analyze the usability of their websites to ensure better search engine access.
If you are interested in this field, I suggest you start going and reading up various forums at WebmasterWorld.com http://www.webmasterworld.com to understand the mechanics and dynamics of search engines. SEs constantly evolve so SEO experts need to be able to dissect and analyze the new changes in ranking websites and how their clients can benefit from these changes.
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