Orinda, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2006
Savvy Internet Marketing, LLC, an Internet marketing consulting firm, has introduced a new eTraining series “Straight Talk About Internet Marketing.”
Savvy developed “Straight Talk About Internet Marketing” to help marketers understand and profit from today’s search engine marketing environment.
“Keeping up with the advances in Internet marketing is a challenge for most busy marketers”, notes Pamela Swingley, President of Savvy Internet Marketing. “New marketing tactics, misinformation, and advice tainted by a vendor’s sales agenda adds to the difficulty of crafting and executing a winning online strategy.”
Conducted live, each online seminar contains 45 minutes of topic specific content, including step-by-step instructions, examples, best practices and resources. Fifteen minutes of Q&A at the end of each session gives attendees an opportunity to have their specific questions answered.
Presented by Internet marketing expert, Pamela Swingley, the first session in the series “Search Engine Marketing 101”, will be held Wednesday, August 30, 2006 at 11:00 am PST.
"Search Engine Marketing 101" is an overview of search engine marketing - starting with the basics. Attendees will learn:
> Why search engine marketing matters
> The difference between organic and paid online advertising
> Which SEO tactics work, and which ones do not
> Useful ideas for generating online leads and increasing profitability
> Where SEO efforts should be focused
> Which SEO resources can give them an edge
For more information on “Straight Talk About Internet Marketing” please visit: http://www.savvyinternetmarketing.com/etraining.html
Headquartered in Orinda, California, Savvy Internet Marketing, LLC, (Savvy) provides strategic consulting services to help companies of all sizes implement Internet marketing programs that build their brand, generate leads, and increase profitability.
Savvy also manages a network of niche-focused, hand-edited shopping guides that help consumers make wiser buying decisions and create demand for merchant partner products or services.
Savvy Website: http://www.savvyinternetmarketing.com
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