JOIN OVER 1,100 STUDENTS GETTING MORE TRAFFIC TO THEIR RUBY ON RAILS WEBSITES!
Do you already have some knowledge of Ruby on Rails, and do you want to get more valuable, targeted search engine traffic to your Ruby on Rails website?
Would you like to potentially save thousands of dollars by not having to rely on advertising or time-draining promotions to get people to your site?
Also, do you want to be more attractive to employers and clients who value web development SEO skills, and who might pay you more as a result?
Then read on...
When I built my first Ruby on Rails website in 2011, I wanted to optimize it for search engine traffic, so that people could find all the articles I was writing and the tools I was building.
Unfortunately, I didn't know anything about SEO at the time, much less how to use my skills as a Ruby on Rails web developer to make my website better optimized for search engine traffic.
To build my site, I took some amazing Ruby on Rails courses, and they taught me the nuts and bolts of Rails, except for one very important thing, which ultimately meant the difference between success and failure for my site…
These Rails courses didn't teach me how to get traffic to the Ruby on Rails website that I'd built.
This realization left me with a haunting thought:
You might be able to create the greatest Ruby on Rails website in the world... But is anyone going to find it?
I looked online for help on how to create a more SEO friendly Ruby on Rails website, and it was a very confusing, time-consuming learning experience.
First, I learned an overwhelming amount of information about SEO, with a lot of contradictory information which made me more confused than ever. Then, I had to figure out how to create a more SEO friendly Ruby on Rails website from bits and pieces of information scattered around the internet.
Bottom line, there was no resource that quickly taught me the most important basics of SEO, and how I could develop SEO skills as a Ruby on Rails web developer to get more traffic to site.
This was a problem, because search engine traffic is the most valuable traffic there is, and I wanted to get that traffic as fast as possible.
The most valuable traffic for a website is search engine traffic, because you're giving people exactly what they want, the moment they're looking for it. This leads to more engagement with your site, more conversions, more subscribers, more sales, more customers…
More of everything.
And that's why search engine traffic is more valuable than any other form of traffic to your site.
Look up keywords in Google's keyword tool, and just look at how expensive different search terms are.
For example, you've got to pay over $10 for just one click on lots of ads targeting keywords related to ruby on rails. And that means 100 clicks will cost you over $1,000.
See the picture from Google's Keyword Planner for the proof:
Can you really afford to keep paying over $1,000 day after day, just to get 100 people to your website daily?
Starting out, I certainly couldn't. So I knew that if I was going to be successful, I had to develop SEO skills as Ruby on Rails web developer, and I had to do it fast.
It took me a while to sift through SEO information overload, until I was able to learn the most important aspects of SEO that I could do something about as a Ruby on Rails web developer.
Once I finally taught myself what to do, and I followed the steps I'd learned to create an SEO friendly website, I finally got the results I was looking for…
Valuable search engine traffic without me having to promote my site.
In fact, my entire SEO strategy has relied on the basic Ruby on Rails SEO skills I teach in this course, along with creating content that has been optimized for search engines.
Now I get traffic every day to my personal development website for keywords related to "confidence", for example, and this traffic would have cost me thousands of dollars to get every week with Google AdWords.
Seriously, think about that: I'm saving thousands of dollars every week.
Even better, some of this traffic converts into readers, fans, email subscribers, customers, sales, and sometimes even new friends and colleagues.
When I was struggling to get traffic to my Ruby on Rails website, I wanted something simple: for someone to teach me the basic, most important aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) that I could do something about as a Ruby on Rails web developer...
And then give me specific step by step instructions on how to create a more SEO friendly Ruby on Rails website that addressed these most important aspects.
And that's exactly what this course does.
This course assumes that you have some basic, working knowledge of Ruby on Rails, but it also assumes that you have no knowledge of SEO at all.
So you'll learn the most important aspects of SEO that you can do something about with your Ruby on Rails skills, and you'll learn step by step how to use your Ruby on Rails skills to create more SEO friendly websites.
Specifically, you'll learn:
1. Why meta titles are so important for SEO and how to implement a unique meta title on every page of your website
2. How meta descriptions are related indirectly to SEO and how to implement a unique meta description on every page of your website
3. What the best type of urls are for an SEO friendly website and how to create them (this is important: Ruby on Rails does not give you seo-friendly urls out of the box!)
4. What types of redirects to use to preserve "link-juice" and how to implement them
5. How to keep certain pages out of the search engine results and how to protect your websites from Google's "duplicate content penalty" by making sure you only get the pages you want indexed
6. How to make sure that every page title is better optimized for search engine traffic by taking just 1 simple step
And much, much more.
Remember, the knowledge in this course can potentially save you thousands of dollars in advertising costs to get people to your site...
Not to mention make you more attractive to employers and clients who value web development SEO skills, and who might gladly pay you more as a result.
And best of all, by taking this course and acquiring this knowledge, you're going to learn one of the most useful, practical, web development skills ever: how to help your Ruby on Rails websites rank in search engine results so that people can find the website you created.
After all, that's the entire point of creating a website in the first place, isn't it? To create something that other people will find, use, and enjoy.
So how do you know if this course is for you?
It's very simple. This Ruby on Rails SEO course is for you if you're willing to take what you learn in this course and actually use it to make your Ruby on Rails websites more SEO friendly.
It is not for you, if you're not willing to take just a couple hours of your time to do this. After all, this knowledge won't make a difference at all, if you don't implement it.
Some more information about this course:
-- The low price will increase shortly
-- You have unlimited lifetime access at no extra costs, ever
-- You get instant access to over 2 hours of video lessons
-- All future additional lectures, bonuses, etc. in this course are always free
-- There's an unconditional, never any questions asked full 30 day money-back-in-full guarantee
-- My help is always available to you if you have a question
With the information you learn in this course, you could already improve your website and make it more SEO friendly in the next few hours.
So take this course today and immediately become a more skilled, knowledgeable Ruby on Rails web developer who enjoys getting more search engine traffic.
Change your thinking & change your life!
Since founding Always Greater in 2011, David Fonvielle has helped thousands of people improve their lives with 4 online tools he developed: the Positive Thinking Tool, Feel Good Tool, Confidence & Success Tool, and the Daily Happiness Tool.
He is passionate about teaching people how to change their thinking so that they think in more ways that make them happier, more confident, and more successful in life.
He has a B.A. from Duke University, and an M.A. from University College London.
Students need basic knowledge of Ruby on Rails before taking the course (for example, understanding how rails works with models, views, controllers, and so on.
Students will also need a computer set up with Ruby on Rails to implement what they learn in the lessons.
-- Over 21 lectures and 2 hours of content!
-- Develop more SEO friendly Ruby on Rails websites
-- Implement unique meta titles on every website page
-- Implement unique meta descriptions on every website page
-- Keep certain pages out of search engines
-- Create short, simple, relevant SEO-friendly urls
-- Use redirects for urls that pass on "link juice" to the new url
-- Optimize page titles for search engine traffic
-- Have a basic understanding of SEO and make Ruby on Rails websites more SEO friendly by taking the specific steps learned in this course
-- This course is for anyone who has at least some basic Ruby on Rails knowledge and wants to create a more SEO-friendly Ruby on Rails website
-- It is ideal for any Ruby on Rails web developer who wants to boost search engine traffic via SEO (search engine optimization)
-- This course is also good for anyone who simply wants to further develop their Ruby on Rail skills in a very useful, practical way
-- This course will also appeal to any Ruby on Rails web developer who wants to be more attractive to potential employers (having basic SEO skills is important, since every website owner wants more search engine traffic)
-- This course is not for someone who has no experience with Ruby on Rails at all (the assumption is that you already understand the basics of Ruby on Rails)