Take your web marketing to the next level with these in-person workshops.
And as part of my commitment to not hog the spotlight all the time, I’m teaming up with some amazing marketing experts to help me out.
The first one is Tobin Slaven of Dream Local. He’s going to be presenting on The Perfect Storm: Social-Local-Mobile.
Last year social media was all the rage, but 2012 will mark the widening gap between businesses that are harnessing social and the power of word of mouth advertising versus those who are going to miss the boat. This presentation will focus on the new consumer and how their use of tools to tune out and filter away traditional forms of advertising, is creating a whole new opportunity for customer service marketing.
Key takeaways will include several free or low cost tools any small business owner can use to build and monitor their brand reputation on social media, local search, and mobile phones.
Sounds awesome, and I’ve seen Tobin present before a number of times. He’s got great material and an easy-to-follow style.
Once Tobin’s done I’ll be presenting on Search Engine Optimization: Rank Higher, Sell More!
You know that search engines can provide your business with loads of new prospects, but why aren’t you getting as much traffic as you’d like? Why are your competitors ranking higher than you? What can you do to increase your search engine visibility? In this seminar, you’ll learn how to improve your organic search engine ranking and drive more qualified leads to your Web site.
Attendees will learn:
- How to uncover which keyword terms will drive qualified leads to your site
- What on-page changes will increase your search engine visibility and how to make them
- How to get more incoming links to improve your search engine ranking
- The Do’s and Don’ts of search engine optimization
Lunch is included with your ticket.
Seating is limited, so act now! Early bird tickets are available only through January 31st.
Date: Thursday, 2/16/2012
Time: Noon – 2:30pm
Place: Rines Auditorium, Portland Public Library (directions)
Cost: $35 early bird, $50 angry bird
If you can’t make it to Portland, Maine, be sure to check out our web marketing webinars.