SEO Training and Ebay Amazon Training Courses Oxford

About Adiuvo Training

Adiuvo Training Launched officially on Jan 1st 2020. The team behind this company have spent the last 10 years developing their skills first hand by selling on their own website, eBay and Amazon and have turned over in excess £5 million pounds. It hasn’t been easy, we have been competing in most cases against the top dogs of the internet as well as trying to obtain a competitive edge against small-time sellers.

The skills developed have taught us how to make a business scalable and to sell globally through the most popular channels, Web, eBay and Amazon.

Our short courses are designed to show you the basics and more advanced techniques to maximise your growth in the following areas: SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) training, How to sell and maximise sales on eBay and Amazon


How to sell on Amazon Course

What you’ll learn

  • How to setup Amazon seller account.
  • Maximise sales (Growth tips).
  • Amazon best practices.
  • How to source stock.
  • Advice on where to buy in stock.
  • Scalable Logistic solutions.
  • Workshop completion certificate.
  • 30 days Free access to our members only group.

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How to sell on eBay course

What you’ll learn

  • Half day courses.
  • Q & A.
  • 30 days Free access to our members only group.
  • How to setup an eBay seller account.
  • Maximise sales (Growth tips).
  • eBay best practices.
  • How to source stock.
  • Advice on where to buy in stock.
  • Scalable Logistic solutions.
  • Workshop completion certificate.
  • View Amazon course information

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Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

What you’ll learn

Beginner SEO course

  • Workshop completion certificate.
  • 30 days Free access to our members only group.
  • Understanding SEO.
  • Carrying out effective, actionable keyword research.
  • On page optimisation factors.
  • Writing content optimised for search.
  • Best practice for title tags and meta descriptions.
  • Other ranking factors and how to optimise for them.
  • Introduction to link building.

Advanced SEO course

  • Deeper analysis of SEO and how it works.
  • Competitor SEO analysis.
  • How off-page activity can affect SEO.
  • Local SEO.
  • Link building strategy.
  • Backlink analysis.

Full Day SEO training course

This course includes the basic and advanced SEO course and includes lunch.

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About Oxford

Oxford is known as ‘the city of dreaming spires’, most famous for The University of Oxford – said to be the oldest university in the English-speaking world.  The university, which often tops the world ratings, was first mentioned in 12th century records. The grand university buildings dominate the city centre.

Economically, the University of Oxford is estimated to contribute almost £6 billion to the UK economy and support 50,000 full-time jobs. It currently has 24,000 students.

But Oxford, which has around 160,000 residents, is much more than a university city. As well as education and research, it has a mixed economy that incudes manufacturing, publishing, science-based industries and tourism. Located between London and Birmingham, it grew as a major area for car manufacture – Morris Motors Ltd was established in the city in the 1920s and British Leyland had a base in Oxford. BMW now produces the Mini here.

Oxford is a major tourist destination, attracting around 7 million visitors from the UK and abroad every year to see the beautiful buildings and visit the world class centres of culture, including the city’s museums, galleries and theatres. The Sheldonian Theatre was built by Sir Christopher Wren.

Another attraction is the River Thames which flows through Oxford and is well-known for punting. The Oxford Association of Hotels & Guest Houses lists the city’s accommodation. The lively city centre has a diverse range of cafés, restaurants, bistros and bars, and has excellent retail outlets – the main shopping mall is Westgate.

Public services in the city are provided by Oxford City Council, and the local health service by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – the main A&E site is the John Radcliffe Hospital.