Although his role is Managing Director at Impression, don’t be fooled into thinking he’s not up to speed on modern SEO challenges. In his role, Aaron heads up the technical leadership of the company and is tasked with managing service innovation for the agency’s clients. His background is in web development and technical SEO.
Who should attend this course?
It’s mostly for SEO’s and digital marketing managers but JS devs won’t be out of place at all.
What you'll need to bring along
Your laptop (and a charger!) are necessary.
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In this course, we’ll cover;
Beyond Google’s web rendering service, you’ll also want to learn more about the various on- and off-site server-side-rendering (SSR) options available to you. There are a number of platforms on the market and we’ll run through how these work, and outline the options for you.
Through our consultancy we’ve seen plenty of issues for SEOs, including blank pages, page speed issues, duplicate content, server-side-rendering downtime, indexable search pages, lack of canonicalisation, onclick instead of <a> tags, inaccessible deeper pages — and the list goes on. We’ll work with examples in the room to pick apart such issues and show you some of our consultancy work so that you need not make the same mistakes.
- Debugging and issue tracking
If you’re attending the course with a website you’re happy for us to use as an example, DM me @aarondicks
- How to work with your boss/client/developer to fix
There will be plenty of people in the room from different backgrounds and we’d like to get some conversation going on how to get dev queue priority on your fixes. We’ve had plenty of different experiences but your own may vary. We’ll explore how you can attribute financial gain to giving issues priority in development.
- “Normal” tech SEO for JS sites
- Plenty of tech-heavy discussion where required
If polyfills are relevant in September we’ll discuss those, too!
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