July 18, 2011 in Web Design (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto, Ontario - RAGE Software today is proud to announce the immediate availability of the (Search Engine Optimization) SEO for Sandvox and SEO for RapidWeaver Video Tutorials. Sandvox and Rapidweaver are two of the most popular website builders for Mac OS X. However once a website is built, users are often wondering how they can start attracting more visitors. These free, step by step video tutorials explain everything that Sandvox and RapidWeaver users need to know in order to get top ranking websites in all major search engines including Google, Yahoo and Bing. Higher search engine rankings mean more targeted visitors to your website.
Each video is over 80 minutes long and organized as a complete step by step guide to search engine optimization. In addition to SEO, the videos also explain how to improve your website in order to convert new visitors into customers. These all new video tutorials compliment RAGE Software's existing SEO for iWeb and General SEO Strategies video tutorials. User's can watch these videos for free from the RAGE Software website.
The SEO for Sandvox and SEO for RapidWeaver videos are continually updated with new strategies and techniques for the best search engine rankings. Our video tutorials are completely step by step teaching you how to properly optimize your website for search engines, market your business online and attracting new visitors. If you are ready to take the time to learn, we have all the resources you need to be successful.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, RAGE Software was founded in 1999, and is a leader in web development and web promotional software for Mac OS X. RAGE Software provides all the essential tools to design professional websites, attract more website visitors, and increase search engine rankings. In addition, RAGE Software offers free search engine optimization (SEO) and web design tutorials specifically targeted to Mac OS X web developers. Copyright (C) 2011 RAGE Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.