After working with CourseSaver.com for a couple years, I've come to realize that the future of education is turning more and more towards online content rather than traditional in-person lextures in the classroom. Don't get me wrong, I still believe that there is a need for live feedback and a chance to ask questions of the teacher, but I feel like the majority of learning can now be done online through video lectures and online quizzes. CourseSaver.com does a great job preparing students for the DAT, MCAT, OAT, and PCAT, and now it's time to take what I've learned from working with CourseSaver and apply it to the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), which is the test students must take to get into a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. That's why we started GmatAcademy.com.
The plan is to build GmatAcademy.com slowly over a long period of time with lots of videos and quizzes for people to practice with for free. We want people (and Google) to take notice of us so we can build a reputation of excellence and get feedback from the community. But to get the ball rolling, I thought I'd spend a little bit of time on Gmat Academy's search engine optimization (SEO). I bought the domain name back in June 2016, but didn't get any real website up until just a couple days ago (late August 2016). Here is the baseline for the site so far:
Credibility Score from Moz.com
SEO Score from SeoSiteCheckup.com