Proven Internet Marketing Tactics for Small Business

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Proven Internet Marketing Tactics  for Small Business

Time: March 6, 2013 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: Ashland Public Library, Downstairs in the Gresham Room
Street: 410 Siskiyou Blvd
City/Town: Ashland
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Phone: 5419414840
Event Type: seminar/workshop
Organized By: Ed Taylor
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2013

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Event Description

I'm excited to be able to offer a FREE Internet marketing training session for local small business owners and non-profits on Wednesday, March 6th at the Ashland Library. This will be the only Internet marketing session I will be conducting in Ashland this year.

I will be covering the same (but updated) information that hundreds of people paid $499 to receive in a 4 part webinar series I conducted for Progressive Business Executive Education a couple of months ago.

Proven Internet Marketing Tactics
for Small Business

Social Media
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Pay Per Click (PPC)

Page design for maximum sales/leads
Creating Compelling Content
Calls to Action
Best Button Sizes & Colors

The best email service providers
Increasing Open Rates
Increasing Click Through Rates

Paying attention to what matters most

With Search Engine Optimization (SEO) continuing to be a main force behind driving high quality web visits and "conversion optimization" essential to maximize profits it is crucial that you fully understand and utilize the best tools available to you. This comprehensive, hands-on four part training will provide you with successful strategies and tactics that are proven to increase website traffic, generate highly-valuable leads and boost revenue.

You will learn:
Proven SEO techniques that will maximize your free website traffic
How Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter affect your SEO campaigns
The "Golden 5" tactics to increase your online conversion rates
Successful steps that will high quality customers to your website
Site design: Enhance user friendly layout, eye popping content & more
Devastating SEO mistakes & ways to effectively avoid them
How to maximize free website traffic & drive quality customers
Strategies to generate dynamic content for all search engines
On page SEO Vs. off page SEO
The most common deadly mistakes to avoid in your SEO campaigns
Bonus - Real life examples live & how to fix troublesome problems
Keys to develop an effective social media SEO plan
How to effectively link your SEO campaigns & social media accounts
How to channel website traffic down your landing page "funnel"
Must know tactics to increase your Call-To-Action positioning
The "Golden 5" strategies to increase your online conversion rates
Question & Answer Session

"Santa" Ed Taylor is nationally known as THE Internet Marketing Coach. Ed has been helping businesses and organizations increase the number of sales, leads and opt-ins produced by their websites and online marketing since 1995.

As founder of the Internet Marketing Group and, Ed conducts ongoing SEO research and is responsible for more than 37,000 top search engine rankings for his clients. He specializes in building quality traffic through the use of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Social Networking and maximizing website conversions.

Ed has delivered more than 1,550 presentations to associations, trade conferences and CEO groups around the world on SEO, Social Networking, Email Marketing and Increasing Website Conversions.

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, March 6th 4:30 - 6:30 PM
FEE: FREE (or small donation if you like)
LOCATION: Ashland Public Library, Downstairs in the Gresham Room.

P.S. If you have any questions give me a call at 541-941-4840

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