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Un curso increíble de SEO

No sé si alguien más lo conoce o soy solo yo, pero el otro día comencé el curso de y puedo decir que es el mejor curso de seo que he hecho hasta la fecha, y no solo eso, si no que es el mejor curso posicionamiento web barato que he hecho nunca, y es que haciendo una inversión mínima le voy a sacar mucho rendimiento, porque ahora me veo capaz de poder trabajar en el posicionamiento web, algo que antes me parecía totalmente imposible.
Muchas gracias por el aporte. Hasta a los que ya trabajamos como consultores nos viene bien seguir formándonos. Yo creo que en el posicionamiento web o te haces un par de cursitos al año o te quedas totalmente desfasado.
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