SEMpdx October Event: Local Search With David Mihm

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    In April 2010, Google released a staggering statistic: one in five queries sent to the search giant demonstrated local intent–over 2 billion queries per month.

    If your company sells products or services to a local market, it’s never been more important to have a comprehensive local search marketing strategy in place.

    Portland’s own David Mihm will walk attendees through the most current strategies and tactics to make sure that your company has all of its Local bases covered, and a foundation to build on for future success.

    Note to our Central Oregon members: David will also be giving this presentation Bend WebCAM on September 30.

    When:
    Tuesday, October 12, 2010
    4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

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    AboutUs.org
    107 SE Washington St. #520
    Portland, OR 97214

    Who?
    David Mihm is an online marketing consultant who creates and promotes search-friendly websites for clients throughout the United States.

    David writes about Local Search on the GetListed.org Blog and at his own blog, Mihmorandum. His Local Search Ranking Factors survey is among the most important studies of Local Search Engine Optimization.

    David also speaks regularly about Local Search Marketing at the Search Marketing Expo and Search Engine Strategies conference series.

    $10 off Early Bird pricing ended October 1st

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      Scott Hendison is the CEO of Search Commander, Inc. and one of the founding board members of SEMpdx.   Here is his Google profile.
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      1. I am interested in becoming a member of your oganization

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      2. Bummer– I was at the Webtrends office all day and only just now noticed you had an event across town! Hope to catch David’s wisdom in Denver next week, however.

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