SEO PR 2.0: How to Get Found in All the Right Places
Greg Jarboe is an SEO pro - sit back, listen and learn
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The search engine market remains as dynamic as ever, and the PR implications are huge. With more than 10 billion search queries a month on the web, it's easy to get lost in the crowd. Learn what your organization needs to do to ensure its place at the top of the search page.
In this recorded webcast, you'll learn: Who uses Google, YouTube, Google News, and Google Images; what words users type to find pages, videos, news, or images; where you should include these words to get top search engine rankings; when you should you use text instead of images to display important content; why you should create original and unique content of genuine value and how to avoid being removed entirely from the Google index.
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Greg Jarboe is the president and co-founder of SEO-PR, a search engine optimization firm and public relations agency. He is also a member of the Market Motive faculty. Greg is a frequent speaker at Search Engine Strategies, MarketingSherpa summits, PRSA seminars, and Bulldog Reporter events. He is also the news search, blog search, and PR correspondent for the Search Engine Watch Blog. Greg is one of the successful online marketing gurus featured in Michael Miller's book Online Marketing Heroes and has been called "a pioneer in the field of using search engine optimization in combination with press releases". Greg has more than 25 years experience in corporate communications, marketing, and search engine optimization at Lotus Development Corp., Ziff-Davis, and other companies.