As a digital marketer, you’ve got a lot of options for taking a dive into SEO and content marketing.
We’ve seen the free courses and webinars, the “Ultimate Guide”s, and the Twitter threads that aim to teach you everything you need to learn about SEO...
Well, if there’s anything that we’ve learned, it’s that you learn best by doing. That’s the approach we take to teach you in our weekly email.
Every Wednesday, you’ll get fast, actionable tips to improve your website’s visibility in organic search, boost conversion rates, and write SEO-friendly content. Plus, as we learn new things, you will too.
Who's writing this email, anyway?
Lance Beaudry, Co-Owner of Avalanche Creative
The Avalanche weekly email is my opportunity to tell (bad, probably not all that funny) jokes while sharing what our team is learning as we help businesses put their website to work with SEO and content.
We share everything we know and everything we're learning. We don't use this email to sell - only to teach.
Most emails are less than a 3-minute read.
If you haven't uncovered the opportunities that your website could bring your organization, Lance will investigate. Lance's curiosity for the way things work gives him the energy to identify opportunities that will grow your business. Spend enough time with Lance and he'll help you discover something awesome and get you excited about your work.
Frequently Asked Questions
To be honest, it's a part of our marketing strategy.
There's no shortage of great, free information available today, but it's what you do with that information that makes the difference.
The goal of our weekly email is to make it as easy as possible for you to understand and execute a results-driven SEO and content marketing strategy.
Some people on this email list may need our help doing the work at some point. That's great. We're always happy to chat.
But, if you don't ever need our help and are just happy to learn more to sharpen your own skills, that's great too.
Either way, it's important for our company to develop a reputation for sharing.
- We aren't hiding anything.
- We're trying to make it fun.
- We aren't using any unnecessary industry jargon (without first teaching you).
- We listen to our readers - if there's something you want more of, we'll give it to you!