The Leaders in Social Media Consulting, Blogging and SEO/PPC Management converge to provide the best Interactive Marketing Strategies workshop in Seattle’s history. Best of all, this full day workshop is FREE!
codename SIMPLE: Serious Interactive Marketing for Professionals Leveraging Efficiency
After working with over 130 clients, Project Bionic’s Lead Scientist and Ethicus Group’s CEO decided to share their secrets in how they’ve helped many clients rise to the top using the most Efficent and Effective Marketing Strategies online. As a special bonus: Online Blogger John Chow (that’s me) who makes $500,000/year in showing how people make money online tells exactly how he did it for everyone who wants to leverage the power of blogging to their businesses.
- Date: Thursday, July 28th, 2011
- Time: 10a to 5p
- Location: The Learning Center 2nd Floor 6100 4th Ave South Seattle, WA 98108
All Content, No Sales Pitch, And It’s FREE!
9:30a Registration | Refreshments
10:00a Welcome | The New Marketing Landscape
Josh Russak, Co-Founder of Tooz.ME, Founder of First Time Online & Organizer and Co-Organizer of Seattle Tech Meetup, Seattle WordPress Meetup and Lean Startup Seattle
10:15a Everyone’s Searching for YOU | Are you ready?
Brandon Na, Principal, Seattle Organic SEO & CEO of Ethicus Group
10:45a Fads, Myths, and Social Media: How people are turning the world upside down!
Josh Dirks, Chief Scientist, Project Bionic
11:15a SIMPLE SEO | The first â€˜C’ of SEO
Brandon Na, CEO of Ethicus Group
11:45a Q&A | Announcements for the afternoon | Feedback from audience
12:10p Blogging for Billions of Dollars
John Chow, #1 Blogger in The World & One Damn Fine Person
1:00p Q & A
1:15p So you want to get social? Strategy for Beginner and Beginning
2:15p Q & A
2:30p SIMPLE SEO | The second â€˜C’ of SEO | Putting it all together
3:30p Q & A
3:45p Betting and winning like the Big Boys | Turning PPC into MMMoney
4:15p Jumping the social media shark: Putting the â€œooâ€ in cool.
5:00p How to keep the engagement & learnings going | Don’t say this is overwhelming | JFDI