New York, NY (PRWEB) January 11, 2007
Tuesday, January 9 marked the first day of a month-long "information celebration" centered around internet marketing and taking place online at http://WebContentAwarenessDay.com. Hosted by Wordfeeder.com Copywriting and Marketing and running for its second consecutive year, Web Content Awareness Day will educate website owners on how to leverage the power of the web to drive sales and profit for their businesses.
Web Content Awareness Day falls on February 9, 2007, although interested parties are encouraged to subscribe now and get the full benefit of a steady, month-long stream of valuable marketing tips from seasoned experts. Hosted by web copywriting consultant Dina Giolitto of Wordfeeder.com, this year's Web Content Awareness bears the tagline, "A Month-Long Information Celebration, Right in Your Email Inbox." Topics covered include web design and search engine optimization, copywriting, ezine publishing, article marketing, podcasting, virtual assistance and public relations - all advanced-level marketing tips from seasoned professionals.
While last year's Web Content Awareness Day was a something of an "all things to all people" theme, 2007's online celebration has been considerably trimmed and shaped to fit the audience. Says creator and host Dina Giolitto, "I get questions from copywriting clients all the time. They want to know, 'What steps do I need to take to get noticed in my niche? Who can I rely on for copy, marketing and website development that builds a favorable impression for my brand, while funneling new clients in and keeping old ones coming back for more?'
It's such a thrill to meet entrepreneurial people who aren't afraid to try new things and think out of the box. I've met so many talented people who can help each other. It just makes sense for me to open up my list of strongest contacts to everyone I know who's serious about growing a business online. Web Content Awareness Day serves that purpose - and all you need to do to reap the benefit of a free online marketing education, is open your email."
To learn more about Web Content Awareness Day, visit http://WebContentAwarenessDay.com and drop your name into the sign-up box.