Hallam Internet, Internet Marketing company based in Nottingham, is holding free Breakfast Seminars in September and October for business owners and marketing managers that want to learn about Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), what’s new in Google and how to increase their businesses performance online.
Google has recently revealed that the next 12 months will bring more changes to its search engine than have been seen in all of the last 10 years of its existence. We’ve already seen some big changes and as a business owner or Internet marketer, these changes can be challenging to keep on top of. Hallam Internet’s breakfast seminars will provide you with a practical set of tips to make sure you don’t get left behind.
Susan Hallam, Managing Director of Hallam Internet and senior influencer in the Internet marketing world will be presenting the seminars and will be covering topics including:
• Understanding the latest Google search updates: Panda and Penguin
• What Panda and Penguin mean for your website, and the steps you need to take to address common problems
• How your business needs to be using Google+
Due to the huge popularity of Hallam Internet’s Breakfast Seminars, dates in September have already sold out and places for October are filling up fast. Dates still available include Wednesday 10th October and Tuesday 23rd October, 8:30am – 10:30am at Hallam Internet’s new offices The Clock Tower, Talbot Street, Nottingham, NG1 5GG.
For more information and to book your free place, please visit - http://www.hallaminternet.com/2012/breakfast-briefings-keeping-up-to-date-with-google/
For further information, please contact:
T: 0800 622 6100
About Hallam Internet Ltd:
Established in 1999, Hallam Internet is one of the Midlands leading providers of Internet marketing services. A Google Certified Partner, Hallam Internet helps businesses to get found in the search engines, boost their market share, and make more sales for a thriving business.
Managing Director, Susan Hallam is a senior influencer in the Internet marketing world, and is the search marketing editor of .Net magazine, a regular speaker at industry conferences including SMX, SES and The Conversion Conference, and her views on Internet business issues have been published in the Sunday Times, as well as publishing a range of articles in the Internet press. www.hallaminternet.com
Published on: 3:21PM on 11th September 2012