Look. Here's the bottom line. If you own a web site, or work for somebody who has a web site, you know how vital it is to make that web site perform. It must be found in search engines - no easy task these days, even if you do have all the money in the world. It must meet requirements that go way beyond what you orignially considered were important, because, to be blunt, people are fussy.
A web site must do what you say it will do. It must say it will do something. Those two things are commonly unmet user needs or overlooked search engine optimization points.
So, you know everything there is to know about search engines. Your web design meets usability standards, search engine optimization and marketing, persuasive copy and you can read your traffic stats with one hand tied behind your back and the other hand eating a donut.
That may be so. However, I'm here to offer you one more incentive to register now for the High Rankings Search Engine Marketing Seminar to be held in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania on November 3 and 4.
If you know everything, and can't possibly fit another piece of expert advice into your head, there's a free cocktail party you can attend.
If you don't drink or eat pretzels, you can't be a real SEO, but that shouldn't prevent you from attending so you can meet Kim Krause Berg (aka "Cre8pc") and Bill Slawski (aka "bragadocchio"). Bill has memorized every Google patent submitted and he understands all of Orion's (Dr. Garcia) theories. He'll be there, and you can get his autograph.
These smaller SEO/SEM functions permit hands-on work settings. You don't sit in a large room with 1000 people and if you have a question, you don't have to stand up in front of all them (I personally get freaked out when the mircophone person comes within 20 feet of me.) At a HR event, it's easy to quickly get on a first name basis with fellow attendees and the High Rankings gang of speakers. I guarantee you there is more personal productivity at an High Rankings event.
And, you can meet Bill and I. Register now and get 25% off your fee by putting in your favorite discount code where it asks for it on seminar registration page. Here are three suggested codes to choose from your favorite bloggers - me, Barry Schwartz or Andrew Goodman:
"cre8pc" "rusty" "TRAFFICK" (who has written a bit more on the outed SEO from Martha's show)
Pick any one them and you'll get your 25% discount. We look forward to meeting you. PS. There's about 3 leaves left on the trees in Pennsylvania after Hurricane Wilma and the 'Noreaster" blew in, (I live there. Trust me) but you can go holiday shopping at the nearby gigantic King of Prussia Mall.