Vertical Measures Presents Free Link Building Strategies Webinar With Arnie Kuenn

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Vertical Measures, a leading Internet marketing company, has announced a new webinar, which will take place on March 14, 2012, hosted by company founder and President, Arnie Kuenn.

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Link Building Strategies for 2012 and Beyond with Arnie Kuenn on March 14th at 10am PST, 1pm EST

Finding the best methods for link building involves time and effort but, through this informative webinar, some basic strategies will be outlined that will make the process go smoother.

Internet marketing company, Vertical Measures, has announced a new installment to its series of SEO webinars that will take place on March 14, 2012 at 10am PST and 1pm EST. The company’s founder and President, Arnie Kuenn will present Link Building Strategies for 2012 and Beyond. This webinar will cover the most effective link building strategies for the current market and methods of attracting links, in addition to how to use social media links to improve search engine rankings.

Kuenn will provide a breakdown of how link building is best achieved and detail the most cost-effective strategies. Additionally, a focus on social media will explain how to improve search engine rankings by generating links through the most popular sites. Webinar attendees will learn how to find hundreds of top quality link prospects, providing the advantage in building up their online authority by working with reputable sites. Also covered is link attraction, an easy way to attract high quality links.

Arnie Kuenn, President of Vertical Measures, said, “Link building is the most important way to increase your site’s rankings in the search engines. This is significant because statistics show 93% of online shoppers use search engines before making their purchase, while 86% of searchers enter queries that are not specific to a brand. Finding the best methods for link building involves time and effort but, through this informative webinar, some basic strategies will be outlined that will make the process go smoother.”

The latest in the company’s series of SEO webinars will look at real world strategies for gaining quality links, which can provide the biggest results without much risk. Kuenn’s step-by-step approach guides the user from research to creation to promotion, and the strategies that help gain the most valuable links at each stage. Using these guidelines, any business can make the most of link building and use it to their advantage.

Vertical Measures presents a new webinar on a monthly basis as part of a knowledge-oriented, informative series. Arnie Kuenn has over two decades of experience leading technology and marketing initiatives, and founded Vertical Measures in 2005. The new webinar will take place on March 14, 2012 at 10am PST and 1pm EST. Past SEO webinars are available on the site in addition to ones covering various PR strategies, link building, self-publishing, online reputation management, and blogging.

For more information or to register for the Link Building Webinar, visit: http://www.verticalmeasures.com/webinars/link-building-strategies-for-2012-and-beyond/
About the Author
Arnie Kuenn is the founder and president of Vertical Measures, a search, social and content marketing firm based in Phoenix, Ariz. He has held executive positions in the world of new technologies and marketing for more than 20 years. Mr. Kuenn is also the founder and past president of the Arizona Interactive Marketing Association (AZIMA).

About Vertical Measures
Vertical Measures provides search, social, and content marketing services in order to drive more traffic, more leads and more business through our client's websites. Specializing in Internet marketing and SEO, the company employs individuals skilled in marketing, social media, and web design. It serves clients ranging from major ecommerce websites to universities, fortune 500 companies, and SEO agencies. For more information, please visit http://www.verticalmeasures.com.

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