News Release: Shop.org Presents Brian Klais
Agency Contact: Bill Arnovich
Misukanis & Odden
For Immediate Release
NetconceptsÂ® Vice President of Search Brian Klais Among Panel of Experts Discussing Paid & Organic Search at shop.Org Online Marketing Workshop
Brian Klais, Netconcepts Vice President of Search, will be among a panel of experts discussing Improving ROI of Paid & Organic Search at the shop.org Online Marketing Workshop 2007, continuing today in Hollywood, Florida. Panel members will be sharing specific tactics used to improve website performance and maximize profitability.
Hollywood, FL April 19, 2007 â?? www.Netconcepts.com â?? NetconceptsÂ®, LLC., the premier natural search firm enabling a leading tier of the top 200 Internet Retailers to â??get foundâ?? online, will be represented today at shop.orgâ??s Online Marketing Workshop 2007 by Vice President of Search, Brian Klais.
Mr. Klais will be among a panel of experts discussing Improving ROI of Paid and Organic Search. Other speakers, including Ice.com founder Pinny Gniwisch, Commerce360 Founder & President Craig Danuloff & Geary Interactive SEO Manager Andrew Rodrigues will be discussing specific tactics used to improve performance and how to maximize profitability by properly analyzing the results.
As Vice President of Search for Netconcepts, Brian Klais is a recognized expert in the area of search marketing, and currently oversees one of the leading natural search marketing practices devoted to helping retailers, brands, and media portals optimize their natural search performance.
Under his leadership, Netconcepts has become one of the leading voices for search engine ready e-commerce with clients such as REI, Kohls, HSN & Cabelaâ??s.
â??I am pleased to be able to share ideas my ideas on paid and organic search with such an esteemed group of peers to the shop.org audience,â?? states Klais. â??By discussing tactics developed from our combined experience, we hope the audience leaves inspired to improve their ongoing search campaigns.â??
Mr. Klais can be seen on the panel discussion Improving ROI of Paid and Organic Search at 1pm on Thursday, April 19th at shop.orgâ??s Online Marketing Workshop 2007.
NetconceptsÂ® is committed to arming top Internet retailers with online strategies and technology platforms designed to increase online sales. With proprietary technology and processes including GravityStreamâ?¢ and GravityMarketâ?¢, online retailers will â??get foundâ?? on the search engines. Online retailers succeeding with the aid of Netconcepts, include Discovery Communications, Northern Tool, Home Shopping Network, Kohlâ??s Department Stores, REI, and Cabelaâ??s among other brands. Netconcepts is based in Madison Wisconsin with a production facility in Auckland, New Zealand.
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