Startup Lunch and Learn -

SearchEye’s Early Stage Program

SEO Startup Lunch & Learn

Are you making rookie mistakes growing your startup?

Stop leaving cash on the table. Discover how to torpedo your CACs while building an impenetrable moat around your startup. Sign up for our lunch and learn to see how.

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    How Do I Get Started?


    Register for your Lunch & Learn above


    We check if your investor is a registered host


    We invite you to the session


    Show up, learn, and win

    How does the lunch and learn work?


    SEO - How it works, mindsets, and 80/20 actions

    The first 20-30 mins gives you the key frameworks, mindsets, action items and playbooks so that you can execute today.


    Case Studies

    We’ll walk through case studies of unicorns who have built their empire on top of organic traffic.


    Submitted Questions

    We’ll send a form ahead of the session where attendees can submit questions and items they’d like covered.



    At the end we throw it open to all questions.

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    Who is Running the Lunch & Learn?

    Our founders and your investors will be co-hosting the Lunch & Learn

    Who We’ve Worked With

    The founders of SearchEye, Christian Thurston, and Chris Porteous, who have worked with 100s of startups on their search marketing. Here are some of the companies we’ve worked with:

    Did you know: We also offer perks and deals for startups

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    Why SEO is the better path...

    Traditional Ads

    • 6%

      of Google clicks go to ads

    • A Weak Moat

      Ads are easily competed against

    • High CAC

      Higher costs for customer acquisition

    Organic SEO

    • 70%

      of Google clicks go to organic

    • A Strong Moat

      Compounds, and doesn’t disappear when you stop spending

    • Lower CAC

      Lower costs for customer acquisition

    You’re a smart founder. Where would you invest your marketing dollars?

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I attend a lunch and learn without it being hosted by one of my investors?
    Is there a limit to the number of people from my company who can attend?
    Do you have any restrictions on how large a startup can be for them to attend?
    Why are you doing this?