The first question you need to answer, if you want to get the most from an SEO seminar or conference that you attend is why you attended the event in the first place.
Most people that sign up for SEO classes or conferences recognize that they don’t know everything about SEO and they often have a lot of questions that they want answered. It is best to write down those questions and enter the
conference or seminar ready to learn and to get the answers to those questions.
When someone is talking about something you don’t fully understand, it is best to speak up and ask for clarification.
Asking questions can ensure that you fully understand the speaker’s position. If you don’t agree with their point, ask them to clarify with evidence to support their argument.
When it comes to getting to know others in attendance, you can mingle both online and off.
Twitter is a fantastic conference or seminar mingling tool because you can learn all kinds of stuff about people on Twitter. It offers a great way to not only get to know people attending the event, but get to know the right people.
Plus, Crisafi says that if you are genuinely interested in what someone said on Twitter, then it can create the perfect opening to a conversation with that person.
Make a Commitment
Whether you attend a conference or a single SEO class, make a list of actionable steps based on what you have learned and commit to completing them.
Any great insight you take away from an SEO seminar will be useless if it gets lost inside your head. You need to commit yourself to what you have learned and do something with it. Start by writing a blog post about your experience.
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