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The Ultimate SEO How-To Guide for Umbraco CMS [WHITE PAPER]

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Umbraco SEO Guide

In 2018, Search Engine Optimization, otherwise known as SEO, has become more comprehensive and evolved than ever before. Not only does it take SEO expertise and technical know-how in order to be successful, but it also takes a deep understanding of your audience, the types of content they consume, how and where they are searching for content—otherwise known as local SEO. Yes, friends, SEO is no longer as simple as keywords or title tags anymore; it is now an integrated marketing discipline which rewards those who invest in it, and leaves the rest behind.

In our white paper below, The Ultimate SEO How-To Guide for Umbraco CMS, we’ll discuss how you can make your Umbraco website a search engine result powerhouse, leveraging numerous SEO best practices and packages to help your website and business gain as much organic visibility as it can. Written by the Moz Oracles and Umbraco Masters at Marcel Digital, this is the most comprehensive guide for Umbraco SEO out there, and we guarantee that after you read it, you’ll begin to see the benefits of SEO and stay lightyears ahead of your competition.

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About Patrick Delehanty

Patrick has been with the Marcel Digital team since 2012 where he started out in Search Engine Optimization. Through the years and dozens of SEO campaigns, Patrick developed expertise in strategic content creation and targeted link acquisition. He then transitioned into an internal marketing role at Marcel Digital, where he oversees the day to day marketing efforts of the company, including content creation, social media and email marketing, among other initiatives. Over the years, Patrick's talents and efforts have landed him nods from USA Today, Inc., CIO and Paste Magazine, as well as other media outlets. He's currently the most endorsed Moz community member, earning the coveted Moz Oracle status in 2015.