This Thursday, October 29th, we will be holding the SEO Tricks and Treats Workshop to help business owners learn about some of the most recent trends in the Internet Marketing industry. You don’t have to be haunted by poor website rankings anymore.
You can register to attend the event in Salt Lake City, or attend the event via webinar.
Tricks & Treats-Presentations
Using SEO Tools, Ash Buckles: SEO requires a lot of research. There are many tools available to assist in the process. Each tool you choose will guide your actions to provide the best possible rankings for your site.
Social Media & SEO, Dan Patterson: Social media is a trend that is not going away. Smart businesses have caught onto this and are using social media as another way to connect with and learn more about their target audience.
PR and SEO, Dan Bischoff: If done right, an online press release can reach the public in more efficient ways than conventional press releases ever have.
PPC Management, Todd Julien: In an age of shrinking marketing budgets, it’s never been more critical to effectively allocate and target your marketing dollars. Because of this, Pay-Per-Click is a necessary and powerful marketing vehicle.
SEO Expert Panel: Dave Bascom, Nelson James, Seth Ellsworth and Mike Benson will address all your questions about the industry. It will be a great chance to learn about how the industry is changing and what you can do to keep up.
For those attending the live event in SLC, you will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with an SEO expert to go over any questions you may have about your site or how you can start the SEO process. For those attending via USTREAM, we have SEO Experts available to answer your questions via Twitter.
The cost is FREE. We are offering a chance for business owners to learn the ins and outs of the industry at no cost. The SEO.com Tricks & Treats Workshop is an opportunity to take a fresh look at your website, clear out the old skeletons, do away with outdated zombified strategies and really start to improve your rankings.
To follow the event on Twitter, or submit a question or comment, use #SEOTAT in your tweet.