Buzz-Marketing

iMedia: Reaching Customers

UW Wisconsin Madison, Executive Education, iMedia — Madison, WI

February 19th, 2009

Workshop by

Search engine marketing

  • Making your site “search engine friendly”
  • “Pay-per-click” search advertising
  • Benchmarking, competitive intelligence and ROI analysis
  • Trends in contextual, behavioral and local advertising

Creating a buzz â?? viral marketing

  • Blogs, RSS feeds, forums, wikis and more
  • Harness “word of mouse” to enhance your brand
  • Identifying the “sneezers” who will spread your viral message

Web analytics

Speakers:
Jeff Muendel, Online Marketing Analyst, Netconcepts

iMedia: Reaching Customers

UW Wisconsin Madison, Executive Education, iMedia — Madison, WI

November 13th, 2008

Workshop by

Search engine marketing

  • Making your site “search engine friendly”
  • “Pay-per-click” search advertising
  • Benchmarking, competitive intelligence and ROI analysis
  • Trends in contextual, behavioral and local advertising

Creating a buzz â?? viral marketing

  • Blogs, RSS feeds, forums, wikis and more
  • Harness “word of mouse” to enhance your brand
  • Identifying the “sneezers” who will spread your viral message

Web analytics

Speakers:
Jeff Muendel, Online Marketing Analyst, Netconcepts

Web 2.0 & Search Engines

SES Toronto — Toronto, Canada

June 18th, 2008

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An overused and amorphous term, “Web 2.0” nonetheless encompasses an evolutionary shift from the typical web user experience of a decade ago. Some aspects of the “new” web environment are great for improving your search traffic. Other developments may lead you to make serious SEO errors. Among other things, Web 2.0 is about new user interface designs that speed up user actions with techniques such as AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript and XML), which allow users to perform operations nimbly without loading a new HTML page. This session will cover AJAX, CSS, user-generated content, and other new trends in web design and user experiences that may require a re-think of your SEO strategy.

Speaker:
Chris “Silver” Smith, Lead Strategist, Netconcepts

iMedia: Reaching Customers

UW Wisconsin Madison, Executive Education, iMedia — Madison, WI

June 12th, 2008

Workshop by

Search engine marketing

  • Making your site “search engine friendly”
  • “Pay-per-click” search advertising
  • Benchmarking, competitive intelligence and ROI analysis
  • Trends in contextual, behavioral and local advertising

Creating a buzz â?? viral marketing

  • Blogs, RSS feeds, forums, wikis and more
  • Harness “word of mouse” to enhance your brand
  • Identifying the “sneezers” who will spread your viral message

Web analytics

Speakers:
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts

Interactive Marketing: Reaching Customers

UW Wisconsin Madison, Executive Education, Interactive Marketing — Madison, WI

November 13th, 2007

Workshop by

Search engine marketing

  • Making your site “search engine friendly”
  • “Pay-per-click” search advertising
  • Benchmarking, competitive intelligence and ROI analysis
  • Trends in contextual, behavioral and local advertising

Creating a buzz â?? viral marketing

  • Blogs, RSS feeds, forums, wikis and more
  • Harness “word of mouse” to enhance your brand
  • Identifying the “sneezers” who will spread your viral message

Web analytics

Speakers:
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts

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Interactive Marketing: Reaching Customers

UW Wisconsin Madison, Executive Education, Interactive Marketing — Madison, WI

June 18th, 2007

Workshop by

Search engine marketing

  • Making your site “search engine friendly”
  • “Pay-per-click” search advertising
  • Benchmarking, competitive intelligence and ROI analysis
  • Trends in contextual, behavioral and local advertising

Creating a buzz â?? viral marketing

  • Blogs, RSS feeds, forums, wikis and more
  • Harness “word of mouse” to enhance your brand
  • Identifying the “sneezers” who will spread your viral message

Web analytics

Speakers:
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts

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How to Market on YouTube

April 17th, 2007

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Originally published in MarketingProfs

Now that YouTube is more popular than all the sites of the TV networks combined, you may wonder whether broadcast TV’s days are numbered. It may well become more important for your brand or company to be on YouTube than to be advertised on TV. Undoubtedly for some that day has already arrived. With Google having acquired YouTube, certainly it has a heck of a lot more resources at its disposal. You can bet that YouTube will be one of the major players in consumer-generated media for years to come.

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Wikipedia & SEO – Social Search Track

Search Engine Strategies (SES) — New York, NY

April 12th, 2007

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The growth of Wikipedia and its almost ubiquitous presence on search results pages means that search marketers can’t ignore this important guide. This session looks at appropriate ways to interact with the service. It also examines if there’s more that can be done to make Wikipedia editors more accepting of marketers and to make marketers more understanding of the Wikipedia community goals.

Speakers:
Neil Patel, CTO, Advantage Consulting Services
Jonathan Hochman, Founder/President, JE Hochman & Associates
Don Steele, Director of Enterprise Marketing, Comedy Central
Stephan Spencer, Founder and President, Netconcepts

Interview with social media optimizer Neil Patel

February 13th, 2007

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Neil Patel is a leading practitioner of social media optimization, the new art of weilding tools, strategies, and influence for the purpose of gaining visibility on social media networks and websites like Digg.com, del.icio.us, reddit, NewsVine, Netscape.com, MySpace and even Wikipedia. Featured in the Wall Street Journal as one of the top influencers on Digg, Neil has is a sought after speaker at conferences such as Search Engine Strategies, PubCon, and the AMA’s Hot Topic: Search Engine Marketing. In this interview with our founder and president Stephan Spencer, Neil shares his thoughts on the best social media sites, how to gain traffic and visibility on them, and much more…

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SERPs and the Super Bowl

January 31st, 2007

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Originally published in ClickZ

Can SERPs predict the outcome of Super Bowl XLI? Lead Strategist with Netconcepts, PJ Fusco keeps score as three major search engines tell all.

Looking only at indexation, back-links, result snippets, on-page content references, and engine popularity, MSN, Yahoo and Google are put to the ultimate Nostradamus Super Bowl test. Will Yahoo and Google level the playing field or will MSN come up with a flea-flicker at the last second?

Who will emerge triumphant in this battle of the Super Bowl SERPs? Click here to see PJ’s results.


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