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Search engine optimization for OLLI websites

Posted on November 28th, 2012 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Cathy House, OLLI at The University of Utah, Asks OLLI:

We are always looking for ways to improve search engine results for our OLLI’s website, a.k.a. “search engine optimization.” What keywords/phrases do you include in your OLLI’s website?

One Response to “Search engine optimization for OLLI websites”

  1. No. We feel the community aspect is so important and that online courses don’t provide that.

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