If social media and search engine optimization is a significant part of your profession and you understand the importance of integrating social communications with search engine optimization strategies, or maybe you just want to learn more about it, then you will find the Search and Social Leadership Forum a must-attend event.
Business Development Institute Presents Search and Social Leadership Forum January 30, 2013
Ruben Quinones, Director of New Media at NYC’s Path Interactive, will be discussing current industry topics, including, best practices to have social media links indexed and generating traffic within top search engines such as Google, YouTube and Yahoo.
Ruben Says, “Social is playing a critical role in our search behavior impacting overall traffic to digital properties. This session will touch on some of the tactics that are employed to sustain meaningful traffic coming from a variety of channels, including traditional search, social search, and the third screen.”
About The Search and Social Media Forum
There will be four speaker presentations, including Larry Brauner, Business and Marketing Analyst and Strategist, Mei Lee, Digital Marketing Executive, Ruben Quinones, Director New Media, Path Interactive and Ted Rubin, Chief Social Marketing Officer, Collective Bias & Author, Return on Relationship. The forum will end with a panel discussion followed by a question and answer session. For more details visit the Search and Social Leadership Forum’s website for registration and contact information.
About Path Interactive
Path Interactive is a leading New York City SEO and Social Media marketing agency aimed at providing results for a wide breadth of clientele anywhere from national to regional to local business brands. Path employs a unique approach to paid search management, organic site optimizations and social media marketing. Path’s diverse team of media professionals encompass an expertise which extends from traditional marketing methods to new media as well as experience in both local and national markets.