SEO Course NYC

Joe Rega March 19, 2012 Category Agency News

View latest NYC SEO course here

New York, March 19, 2012: New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies  a hands-on, two day intensive Search Engine Optimization class.  This is the third  class in a an newly expanded format that will highlight the elements in an effective SEO campaign including, search algorithm basics, what to SEO techniques to avoid, comprehensive keyword analysis, on site optimization, external site link development tactics, and more.

CEO of Path Interactive, Michael Coppola will be instructing the course.

NYC SEO Instructor

Michael Coppola

This course will be held at the Midtown Center campus, at 11 W 42nd St (between 5th and 6thAvenue, across from Bryant Park). Visit the NYU SCPS registration page for additional details.  Path Interactive will be facilitating future courses in the spring / summer as well, including an additional Search Engine Optimization class, a Social Media Marketing class, and a new Facebook Marketing class.

About Path Interactive
Path Interactive is a leading New York search engine marketing providing results targeted campaigns for national, regional & local business brands. Path employs a unique approach to paid search management, organic site optimization, social media, social ad marketing.

To learn about courses that are currently being taught this fall, be sure to check out this posting

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