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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Leading Practices in Search Marketing: Basic & Advanced Sessions

This group recently appeared on my radar and this event is about Internet Marketing and the focus is on the California Hotel & Lodging Association. It's practically in my backyard so I'll see about registering to Go.

Leading Practices in Search Marketing: Basic & Advanced Sessions
August 5, 2008
Anaheim, CA

Evision Worldwide is running a number of events, some like this and some are more general. They recently provided their service in Hawaii!

I found a little bit of info about this Seminar:

CH&LA now offers world-quality education on how to get the most from your hotel website. Search marketing expert Vikram Singh of Evision Worldwide offers Basic and Advanced Training on creating a successful website, implementing powerful search marketing strategies, and maximizing your online revenue.

With extensive experience in both internet marketing and hotel management, Vikram is uniquely qualified to address the questions and needs of your hotel marketing team. Covered topics include: Effective Keyword Strategies, Balancing Online and Offline Marketing, Monitoring Your Online Reputation, and Harnessing Web 2.0 and Social Media. Whether you need to learn the basics, or you want to take your hotel’s campaign to the next level, you won’t want to miss this highly informative and interactive seminar. You’re guaranteed to return to work with a list of action items, and a lot of questions answered.

"Timely topic. Very professional presentation (comprehensive, informative, useful). Highly recommend, an excellent value." Comment from May seminar attendee

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

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