- Expert SEO Consultant
- Official Magic Submitter Coach
- Over 8 Years of Professional SEO Experience
- Over 100 Marketers Trained Every Month
- Live One to One Training Sessions
Welcome to Magic Submitter Tutorials.
My name is James and I am an Internet Marketer from Manchester, UK. In August 2012 I quit my JOB, as the Head of IT & SEO for a large Marketing company in the North of England. I took this decision, so that I could be at home enjoying life, with my 3 kids and to build upon my established Internet Marketing Business.
I am the OFFICIAL training coach for Magic Submitter (MS) and feature in the webinars for the software. I train over 100 users of the software every month on how to use it effectively.
I am a long term user of MS and use it with tremendous success to rank both my client’s and my own websites. I am available to coach users on how to get the best out of the software and also on how to successfully implement its capabilities into any SEO project. I coach experienced users of the software as well as anyone who is just starting out so it really doesn’t matter what your previous experience is. I can help to teach you to use it to effectively rank your websites in a proven, safe and successful manner.
What’s covered in the Training?
- Setting up Proxies / HMA properly
- Creating Profiles that stick
- Using reporting features
- Harvester Training
- Campaign Wizard Training
- Advanced Campaign Strategies
- Onpage SEO
- Google Authorship & Social Profiles
How is the training presented & whats the cost?
All training is presented via GoToMeeting. In preparation for a training call, I will send you a GoToMeeting link via email. Also please make sure that you have added magicsubmittertutorials to your Skype contact list.
I charge $50 per hour for Coaching. We can cover any of the topics listed above or I can run you through an entire campaign setup in 2 hours.
When block booking hours, I advise that splitting the sessions up help people to learn more. An example of this is that I can teach users how to create a campaign, in the first hour, before scheduling the second hour to review what they have done.