Event Date: Tue, 9/30/2014 6:30PM-8:30PM
Location: Sprint Accelerator (Crossroads District)
Topic: Content Marketing: Editorial Management for Blogging
Speaker: Kelsey Jones, Managing Editor of Search Engine Journal and Owner at Moxiedot
Whether you are just starting a blog or are growing your blog to take on freelancer and guest contributors, editorial blog management is more than make sure posts go out. Learn how to vet new writers, organize your editorial calendar, find ideas for posts, and more from an editor who currently manages Search Engine Journal, a marketing blog with 1 million unique page views monthly. Join us as we welcome Kelsey Jones, managing editor of Search Engine Journal who helps clients around the world grow their social media, content, and search marketing presence under her agency, MoxieDot. Besides presenting with the Online Marketing Institute, SMX East, and Non-Profit Connect, Kelsey has written for Search Engine Land, Marketing Land, Social Media Examiner, BlogHerald, and more.
KCSEM events are a great way for local KC residents to learn more about Search Engine Marketing. Our events cater to small business owners, large company decision makers, marketing/ad professionals or those just interested in the online space. KCSEM events are beneficial for networking with others as well as learning about the in’s and out’s of online advertising, SEO, PPC, Social Media, Link-building, etc. We hope to see you September 30th, 2014 at the Sprint Accelerator at 6:30PM! A $5-$10 recommended donation is greatly appreciated to assist with facility costs.
Sprint Accelerator (Entrance on back of building)
210 W. 19th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64108
Parking at Sprint Accelerator There is ample street parking around the area. The signs posted show a 2-hour parking limit; although they typically aren’t monitored, please park at your own risk. Parking is also available at the Kauffman Performing Arts Center at 1601 Broadway for $3. One garage is on Wyandotte between 16 & 17, and the other garage is on 17th between Central and Wyandotte.