Ashland Internet Marketing Group

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Ashland Internet Marketing Group

Time: August 14, 2012 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: Ashland Public Library downstairs in the Gresham Room.
Street: 410 Siskiyou Boulevard
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map:…
Phone: 541-941-4840
Event Type: marketing, help, for, small, businesses
Organized By: Ed Taylor
Latest Activity: Aug 9, 2012

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August’s Topic- OUR LAST MEETING:

SEO – Maximizing Conversions – Q & A 

After more than 4 years I’m going to suspend our Ashland Internet Marketing Group meetings indefinitely.

I have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this group and being it’s leader for the past 4 years. I will miss seeing everyone in that collaborative environment. My reason for suspending the meetings is my travel schedule. I will be out of Ashland for ALL of the meetings between September and the end of the year.

This last meeting will be an OPEN SESSION

Bring all of your questions, thoughts and concerns about marketing your business and I’ll do my best to be as helpful as possible.

I will also share my recent experiences with SEO after Google’s last 2 updates, Panda and Penguin. You can also find info on this in my recent blog posts.

I will also share some insights gathered from the FREE Heatmaps that many of my clients and subscribes have had done. If you have not yet requested your Free Heatmap you should. Here’s the link-

I hope to see you Tuesday, August 14th.

The Ashland Internet Marketing Group is FREE and open to all. Donations are accepted and appreciated..

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