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Webinars 2 min read November 22, 2023

How to Use Data for Effective SEO

December 5th, 1 pm EST | 6 pm WEST

Speaker — Andreas Voniatis
Founder & Fractional SEO at Artios_io

Andreas Voniatis

About the speaker

Andreas has specialized in data science and AI for online marketing for over a decade. He has used his SEO, data science, and cloud engineering expertise to help companies, including Trivago, Lyst, Amazon, Virgin Games, and ON24, get the edge in search.

Andreas's work reverse engineering the Google Penguin algorithm to a 98% statistical confidence level was recognized by Search Engine Watch and Search Engine Land.

With the help of top-tier software engineers, Andreas has built a proprietary SEO system to identify Pareto-style recommendations and deliver high-impact SEO results in the shortest time possible.

His system is detailed in his book on Data Driven SEO, published by Springer, and is available on Amazon.

About the webinar

Dive into Data Driven SEO with Serpstat and Andreas Voniatis.

If you'd like to learn more about how data science could help your SEO, this webinar is for you.

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For whom

The webinar is designed for marketers, business owners, or SEO enthusiasts who want to harness data power for SEO success.

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