San Deigo, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2012
Alex Prince of IForce Ecommerce announces his 2012 internet symposium to be held in San Diego, CA, in July. The program will focus on recent algorithmic changes introduced by Google through its Panda and Penguin updates and its impact on search engine consulting and web development for the coming 12 months. Mr. Prince will discuss anticipated Google future updates for the Q1 of 2013 and will discuss strategies to mitigate effects to participant websites. In particular, the role of underlying platform strength as a critical variable in search engine sustainability and how to torque test web properties for traffic and search engine traction, based upon link popularity, inception dates, site content, page titles, meta descriptions, content, Internal link structure, page and site load speeds, IP address configuration, quality of website content, broken outbound links, and sitemap configuration
Entrance to the program is free but is limited to established industry players with approved RSVP, or graduates from Stanford Business School, Wharton, Cornell, Harvard and Dartmouth Universities.
Alex Prince has been involved in e-commerce consulting and website incubation work for over 10 years. His approach to e-tailing, grounded on the development of authoritative web URL's as a critical component of any search engine optimisation strategy has earned him the reputation as one of the most knowledgeable and effective web development consultants in the country. Mr. Prince formerly served as Graduate Professor at the Gore School of Business at Westminster College teaching Entrepreneurship and Ecommerce for several years. He has been involved in numerous web projects, including consulting or the sale of sites to Fortune 50 E-commerce businesses such as Hayneedle.com and Pets United LLC (Dog.com, Horse.com, Garden.com et al). Mr. Prince holds MBA from Cornell University as well as a MA, ABT.