Web Marketing, Social Media, What is “Learn About Web – Kennewick 2010”?
This event is geared toward business owners, decision makers and those who work with their company’s website! Our speakers will help you learn to utilize the best resources in social media, web design, and search marketing to attract more customers to your website. Learn About Web – Kennewick 2010 will be presenting informational sessions led by industry experts with years of training and experience in maximizing the effectiveness of websites and web resources. This six hour conference focuses on providing attendees with the information and techniques needed to increase the impact of their online presence.
Learn About Web -Kennewick 2010 will be held at The Home Builders Association in Tri-Cities on February, 18th 2010.
Have you heard the buzz words ”social media,” “SEO,” “internet marketing” and thought, “What does all of this really mean to my business? Why do I need to worry about it? After all, I have a website already!” Or, “I don’t even have a website!”
Are you in need of some internet marketing direction?
Learn About Web – Kennewick 2010 is designed to answer these and many other questions. Our goal is to provide you the information you need so you can choose the right direction with your online presence and maximize the return on your web investment.
We are featuring both nationally known professionals and local experts ready to share important strategies and tactics that allow you to leverage the information highway and help your company be more successful with your online presence.
Who Should Attend?
All attendess will benefit from the speaker lineup we have assembled, but our conference is geared toward small and medium sized businesses, and home-based entrepreneurs as well as public relations and marketing professionals.
We have a three locally based speakers to help you get the most out of this conference, including social media with Craig Sutton of Ikon Marketing Group, search marketing with Matt McGee of Small Business SEM, along with usability and design by Doug Waltman of Ikon Marketing Group.