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June 16th SandCHI Event: SEO and Usability: UX vs the Spider

From: user 8.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 6:38 PM
Please join us at our next SandCHI event!
Meeting date:
June[masked], 7pm (6:30 pm doors open for drinks, food and socializing) at the La Jolla Brew House 
(located at 7536 Fay Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037)
Talk length: 30 mins, 15 mins of questions
Following the talk will be networking.

SEO and Usability: UX vs the Spider
SEO can negatively and positively impact usability. Jeff MacGurn, an expert in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), will give an exciting talk on this relationship between SEO and usability. This talk is pertinent to anyone interested in improving a website's SEO without sacrificing usability, particularly entrepreneurs, marketing and usability professionals, and developers.


Speaker Bio:

Jeff MacGurn is Senior Manager of Search at Covario managing Covario���s SEO team providing strategic services for Covario���s Clients which include more than sixty Fortune 500 companies and Internet 100 companies. Jeff began working in SEO in 2000 in the Financial industry and also brings more than a decade of Software Development and Web Development experience to Covario.  Jeff has worked on web programming and development for companies such as NBC, UFC, and the NBA.  As a member of Covario���s SEO team, Jeff has worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies managing online marketing programs such as Wells Fargo, Sony, Samsung, T-Mobile and Research in Motion.

Jeff Axup

30 min talk + 15 minutes of audience questions
Followed by networking
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