One question that comes up every month is about writing specifically for the web. We touched on this in the past but it feels like it's time to run through it again.
Mike Marshall, who runs the Seach Engine Academy of North Carolina (http://www.ncsearchengineacademy.com/) will be leading the discussion. Michael has over 20 years experience in information technology covering a wide range of specialties including: web design, software engineering, e-commerce solutions, artificial intelligence, and Internet marketing. He is a member of the World Association of Internet Marketers and of SEO Professionals. He has degrees in Linguistics, Philosophy and Theology.
You should know that gone are the days of super spammy copy working, but a good sense of exactly what does work is important. Many of the good copywriting skills of traditional writers are still central, but others need to be modified.
Join us to talk through how to make sure that the kick-ass content you're creating gets noticed on the web.
As usual, we thank our sponsor Internet Marketing Analysts, LLC (http://www.internet-marketing-analysts.com/) for sponsoring the Raleigh SEO Meetup group. Make sure you take time to check out the 10th anniversary specials that are available to members of this meetup group (http://www.ncsearchengineacademy.com/seorockstarspecial.html) .