October 12, 2009
Free Webinar Explores Advantages of Partnering for Search Engine Marketing
By Susan J. Campbell
TMCnet Contributing Editor
Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is something every Web site needs, yet not all Web site owners know how to make sure SEM works for them and draws the maximum amount of traffic to their site. To help them overcome this hurdle, TMC (News - Alert) is offering a free Webinar: Partnering to Optimize Search Engine Marketing; Reducing Paid Ad Click Fatigue.
Happening on Thursday, October 15, 2009 at 12:00 pm EST / 9:00am PST, this Webinar explores the advantages of partnering for search engine marketing and is designed with CXOs, VPs, Directors and Managers of Marketing, SEO & SEM strategists, Public Relations, Corporate Communications executives and Brand Managers in mind.
Did you know that the majority of clicks on a paid search ad are not made by first-time visitors? Did you also know these ads are subject to keyword bidding wars, click fraud by botnets and collusion? If your click ads are not delivering as you would expect, are taking too much of your online marketing budget or you need tips for generating online revenue, this free Webinar is for you.
When you partner with innovative companies to optimize your search engine marketing efforts, you can drive results while maintaining your budget. You can also enjoy benefits such as:
- High organic results for your keyword terms
- The leadership associated with organic results
- Outsourcing your SEO initiatives
- Leveraging the expertise of a leading media partner
Attendees will also learn the advantages of partnership to optimize SEM; the benefits of viral content spreading and cross-linking; why news draws traffic to your website; what contributes to paid ad click fatigue; and how to cure this fatigue. Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
To take advantage of this priceless information, register now for this innovative and eye-opening Webinar.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi