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Hey,

I was shocked.

When I first started Backlinko, my goal was to hit 30k visits per month.

When I mentioned this to a very successful friend of mine, he said: "30k? Dude, you can definitely hit 100k before the end of the year."

I thought to myself: "100k? Seriously? I thought 30k was a stretch goal...". But I believed him.

And you know what my traffic ended up being that year? 100k visits/month!

That's no coincidence.

The point is: it's hard to know what's possible until you see someone else do it first.

And right now, you know that enrollment for SEO That Works 2.0, my new course on how to generate higher rankings and more traffic, is open --and it closes TOMORROW at 11:59PM Pacific.

I know you're interested in enrolling because you're reading this sentence.

To help you with your decision I already sent you 19 case studies from STW graduates and answers to frequently asked questions.

And today I'm going to share the top 9 reasons that people tend to enroll in SEO That Works.

These are quotes from students that recently enrolled...word for word. See which one you can relate to most:

* I'd like my business to grow faster

Brian seems to know his stuff and I believe the best thing to do for my business is to start ranking well in Google.

* I'd like to get results for clients

I started marketing online in the mid 90's and have seen and done it all. Along the way, I got very good at SEO hacks (white, gray and black hat) and rarely had a problem with algorithm penalties, etc.

However, in the past couple years I decided to focus on building an agency. For SEO services, we focused on affordable solutions that were more geared to technical SEO. I realize we need a more comprehensive approach. I said "Yes" because I'm interested in improving our SEO framework & processes so that we can deliver a better, more comprehensive service to our clients.

* I'd like access to a step-by-step system

I am currently a solopreneur, but juggling 60+ clients is forcing me to start developing processes so that I can hire help to follow the right steps for me.   I respect what I've seen and watched from your information already, and I am interested in a step-by-step blueprint that has been proven to give you success.

* I'd like to take my SEO skills to the next level

We work with small businesses in building and growing their online marketing platform. I want to sharpen our SEO skills.

* I'd like to get more traffic to my ecommerce site

I run an ecommerce site on organic soap and perfumes. I run the whole ecommerce from the IT to the content editing. I need to increase visitors to my ecommerce website. I trust Brian because I'm a reader of his blog.

* I'd like to add new strategies to my toolset

I was amazed by Brian's latest blog posts, especially how deep and well structured they are. From my personal perspective there are two reasons: 1. I felt there is a lot of place for improvement in my SEO strategies regarding content marketing, I know there are lots of hacks I can learn in this course. 2. As I always want to improve and learn new things I want to be taught by the very best, and Brian is such a person, so the decision was easy. :)

* I'd like to get more traffic with content marketing and SEO

My blog teaches readers how to transition from a corporate nine-to-five to a location independent lifestyle. It's my blog so my role is to create content, whether it's written, audio or video.

I decided to invest in STW because I am not getting the traffic I would like. A lot of my content is better than all the content available out there and I'm still struggling to get traffic. I also feel that SEO is the key to sustainable, long-term growth. And that it's the best strategy out there.

* I'd like to learn from an industry expert

I'm entering a very competitive market and the less reliant on PPC I am the better. I was impressed with the blog and the fact that Backlinko sits at the top of SEO related search terms confirms its credibility.  Brian also seems like a likeable guy.

* I'd like to get better results from the content I'm putting out

I decided to invest in STW because I am not getting the traffic I would like. A lot of my content is better than all the content available out there and I'm still struggling to get traffic. I also feel that SEO is the key to sustainable, long-term growth.

And there are more reasons people joined right here:

Join SEO That Works 2.0

Cheers,
Brian

P.S. Don't forget: you can try SEO That Works for 30 days... 100% without risk. If you don't benefit from the training material, email my support team (support@seothatworks.com) before the 31st day, and they'll happily refund your full payment.




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