. It's showing businesses how to find practical and cost effective strategies to succeed online.
Provo, UT (PRWEB) August 31, 2006
U|Tech Announces the 2006 Internet Marketing Conference for Businesses. Capitialize on low cost practical ways to increase your ROI online.
UTech Conference will be held on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at the Salt Lake Community College - Miller Campus (9750 South 300 West in Sandy, Utah).
UTech Internet Marketing is for sales and marketing staff and entrepreneurs. Public Relations agencies in particular will benefit by understanding how to apply Web 2.0 strategies for their clients.
Internet marketing is an ideal way to grow a business because it is trackable and testable. It can bring great results.
For example, a search engine optimized press release costing under $20 can bring new customers to your web site for months. Traditional press releases have a very short shelf life. But SEO press releases can keep bringing customers to your site indefinitely.
“Although I have organized many events, this is my first internet marketing conference. I started U|Tech because I want to see more Utah companies succeed online. More of your customers are shopping online. They are not only spending more online but they are buying a wider variety of products and services. Your business should capitalize on this trend. ” says Janet Meiners, U|Tech Founder.
To accomplish this goal, U|Tech has assembled a group of Utah-based online marketing experts.
Paul Allen, keynote speaker, will introduce 21 Proven Tactics for Successful Internet Marketing. Paul is a serial entrepreneur who has started several web-based companies including Ancestry/MyFamily.com.
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Learn how to outsource up to 30% of your online marketing to an online sales force. These affiliates work on a performance basis, so you only pay them after they bring you a sale.
Blogging can establish your business as an authority in your industry and drive more targeted traffic to your web site. Business blogging is catching on. Often free, these easy-to-manage web sites allow businesses to communicate with their customers and others.
Overstock.com’s Director of Social Media, Judd Bagely, will speak on using social media such as podcasting, blogging, and video to market your web site.
Utah has long been an entrepreneurial hotspot. In 2004 Utah had the 2nd highest number of Forbes 200 Best Small Companies per capita in the US.
Many well-known companies like Omniture, MyFamily.com, and Backcountry.com reside in Utah.
“There are plenty of conferences for advanced Internet marketers. U|Tech focuses on practical solutions for small business who want to understand how to succeed online. We introduce the concepts and how to apply them to your business.” says co-founder Chris Knudsen. “This show is more than just “tell”. It's showing businesses how to find practical and cost effective strategies to succeed online.”
Utech Sponsors include PRWeb and Connect Magazine.
Registration for the one-day conference is at http://www.UTechConference.com. A special discounted rate is available for registrations before September 18, 2006.
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