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Best Practices & Trends for Online Marketing in 2013

Watch the replay from the February 27th, 2013 Webinar Below

Hey there online marketers and business owners,

As you know 2012 proved to be quite a year in the online marketing industry. Google’s Panda and Penguin updates turned the search world upside down, social media picked up steam and social signals became a significant factor in search engine rankings. Are you ready for 2013 and beyond?

elisabeth-osmeloskiIn this webinar we are thrilled to have Elisabeth Osmeloski from SearchEngineLand.com, MarketingLand.com, and SMX, present Best Practices & Trends for Online Marketing in 2013.

Topics we will covered include:

  • Organic Search - SEO & Social Search
  • Search & Display Advertising
  • Local Search
  • Mobile Marketing
  • Content Marketing
  • Link Building & PR
  • Earned Social Media
  • Paid Social Media
  • Converting clicks to customers
  • Measuring Real Results

Who Should Watch:
This will be a must watch webinar for anyone wanting to get an overview as to what best practices they should be including in their online marketing strategies this year.

1 Hour 4 Minutes

Twitter Hashtag for the event will be #SEOTrends, so please join us in the conversation online. (We may randomly give out some swag to those who participate live.) We will be recording this webinar in case you miss it, so be sure to register so you will be notified of the replay.

Below is the recording of the webinar, the slide deck, and the Storify Twitter recap


Topics: Blog

Darin Berntson

Written by Darin Berntson

Darin "Doc" Berntson is the former Senior Community Manager for SEO.com. He oversaw SEO.com's content strategies and social media department. He can be found at many events locally and nationally as an attendee, or a speaker.

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