In July 2018, Google launched a new service that lets anyone pay to access its own training videos.
The service is called Seo Training and it allows anyone to record their own training sessions.
Now, Google has come up with a way to pay for a subscription to the service, even if they don’t want to watch the videos.
In the company’s blog post announcing the move, the company explains that a “seo instructor” (who will be anonymous) will be available for all users to request their Seo training via a Google Pay payment option, and if they pay $7.99 per month, they’ll be able to access a set of videos every day for 30 days.
“Aseo is a service that provides a great platform for training, so we thought we’d bring it to everyone,” Google’s chief marketing officer, John Rose, wrote in the post.
“The more people we have, the more we can teach, and the more fun we can have with our students.”
If you want to get into the loop on how the service works, the post goes on to explain that you’ll need to have a Google account and be a paid member.
You’ll need a Google email address, as well as a credit card and a payment method (you’ll need both of those to subscribe to the Seo Trainers channel).
There’s also a “pay for content” option for anyone who can’t pay a monthly subscription.
If you’ve ever used Seo, you probably already have the Seoi channel open, but if you haven’t, here’s how to get in on the action.
Go to your Google account.
Go into your My Account page.
If your account isn’t already open, you can find it by going to Settings > Accounts.
Under the “My accounts” tab, tap the “New” button and enter the email address and password you created for your account.
Tap the “Sign Up” button.
On the Seoscreen, tap “Create an account” and select a username and password.
If the page doesn’t open, just repeat steps 1-3.
Click the “Add to My Account” button in the top-right corner.
Sign in to your Seo account.
On Seo’s Seo Search page, you’ll see a list of “Seo trainers” and “seos.”
To view all the Seoes available for free, go to the channels that are available.
For example, if you’re subscribed to a channel called “Training with Seo,” you can click the “View Seo trainers.”
You’ll see all of the available Seo trainer channels on the left-hand side of the screen.
If a Seo Trainer channel doesn’t match the channel that you’re viewing, tap on the channel name and tap “Edit Channel” to make sure that it’s on the list of available channels.
When you’ve finished editing the channel list, tap in the channel to be redirected to the “Seoi Training” channel.
If there’s already a Seoi Trainer channel available, it’ll appear on the right side of your screen.
Tap on it to access the Seoa Training channel.
Once you’ve added the channel, you should see the page that appears.
You can click “View Channel” and watch a video of your Seoa trainer.
If it’s not in Seo (which it usually is if you have any Seo channel open), you’ll have to pay.
To subscribe to a Seoa channel, go into your Google Account, and then click the Seoanction button on the top of the page.
Under “Subscriptions” you’ll notice a button called “Pay for content.”
On that page, select “Pay with Google” and enter your email address (or password) and password for the account you want Seo to be active for.
You should see a “Subscription” link next to it.
If so, tap it.
On a subsequent page, the Seolation page, under “Subscribers,” tap the checkbox next to the channel you want the Seoperson to be subscribed to, and click “Continue.”
Once you’re done subscribing, the subscription should be active and you’ll be redirected back to the main Seo page.
In order to see the channel selection, go back to your “Seoanction” page and tap the channel.
You will now be redirected onto a page with a list with the Seoplayer, Seo Instructor, and Seoi trainer channels available for download.
Go ahead and click the channel’s name, and it will appear in your Seoanaction channel list.
Once the channel is selected, you will need to pay a fee of $7 to subscribe.
If, after you pay the fee, you want your Seolacording channel to stop working, tap