Together with my esteemed colleague Kevin Ryan, I’m talking search tonight at a Brandhacker MeetUp in New York at 7:00 p.m. – in my own Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood.
Kevin will cover the fundamentals of paid search advertising, while I’ll do likewise on the topic of organic search optimization. OK, so this is slightly smaller in scale than Search Engine Strategies or SMX. But at least you won’t have to pay thousands of bucks to hear us expound on our favorite topic (unless it’s Kevin’s second-favorite topic, after “South Park”).
Hope to see you there. You can RSVP for the free, pay-for-your-own-drinks event here.
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