Renata Gwizdak is a junior SEO specialist at Onely. While her primary area of interest is on-page SEO, Renata was preparing for a workshop on SEO indexing when we met for a quick chat. Among other things, we covered her tips for people new to SEO and her involvement in the Women in Tech SEO community. Renata, how did you get into SEO? For me, SEO is the area between marketing and IT – that’s what got me interested. When I was 23, I was looking for a job and found the opportunity to work as an SEO. I had an interview but I didn’t get the job right away, I lacked experience.
So Instead I Got an Internship and Later I Was Offered the Job.
and stayed with the company for a while. Do you think you need a special degree to be an SEO? Regarding my education, I studied English and Russian and took computer-related courses. I never finished them, though – it just wasn’t for me. That’s when I got interested in SEO. So I guess I’m a good example that you don’t need a degree to work in this field. What is your one piece of advice for those new to Qatar Phone number SEO? I would suggest reading the Google documentation; it is an excellent source of information. It covers everything you need to know.
From Learning How a Search Engine Works to Optimizing.
page speeds. It can be tempting to buy 20 books on SEO or buy an expensive course. Still, if you’re at the very beginning of your SEO journey, Google’s documentation and YouTube resources should suffice. Once you’ve gone through it, you can continue to read blogs, articles, sign up for newsletters, and follow people in the industry on social media.