Sept. 2012 – Structured Data & Schema
Structured Data and Schema.org – A Guide to the Basics
There’s a new web of structured data that is increasingly being used by the search engines and social media networks.
Find out how you can tap into structured data and Schema.org to express facts about your site and business. You may even score some of the valuable ‘rich snippets’ that Google and Bing are showing more frequently.
Tuesday September 11th
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
729 SW 15th Ave
Portland, OR. 97205
If you didn’t attend this meeting you missed a great presentation, but at least we can show you the slides…
Matthew Brown is a veteran digital strategist who has designed and implemented search marketing and audience development campaigns for dozens of companies, from Fortune 500 publishers and large e-commerce companies to emerging startups.
Prior to launching AudienceWise, Matthew was Director of Search Strategy for the New York Times Company from 2005-2010. His area of focus was driving the research and technology side of the search marketing effort for the Times, the Boston Globe (Boston.com) and the International Herald Tribune. Since joining the NYTco, his team helped exponentially grow search traffic to the newspaper’s websites.
Matthew also co-founded Define Search Strategies in 2005 as a consulting branch of the New York Times Company, designed to work with larger publishers to build comprehensive SEO programs integrated into the daily workflow. At Define, Matthew designed and implemented comprehensive search marketing campaigns for businesses large and small, including ToysRus, Time Inc, NHL.com, TVGuide.com, Hearst Digital Magazines, Lime.com, National Geographic, Oprah.com, PC Magazine, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and Reader’s Digest.