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Common Sense SEO

Big businesses spend millions on tools, consultants, strategies for SEO. What's a small designer and their small clients to do? Meanwhile, there are some easy, common-sense things we all can do to improve a site's SEO at no cost. And some smart strategies for effective SEM.

Panelists include Gloria Antonelli, a SEO wonk and Digital Bootcamp instructor with 6 years SEO experience. And Shawn Hazen, local graphic designer, who is the first to admit he's not a black-belt SEO but has accumulated a lot of good common sense tips and tricks.

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  • Gloria A.

    Thanks for having me guest speak on Common Sense SEO. There were some great questions from the group. What an awesome turn out too.

    Gloria Antonelli
    Social Media Specialist

    June 19, 2009

  • Dennis D.

    I loved the topic. I was actually surprised as to how many attendees were not knowledgeable in some of the basics. That fact alone was the highlight for me. The presentation itself was ok. There was a lot of information to cover in the short 1 hour timeframe. Either the material should have been reduced or the session extended.

    June 17, 2009

  • Jeffrey E.

    Gloria and Shawn were great at explaining how to make SEO easy to understand and easy to implement

    June 17, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    How is parking around their facilities? Do they have a lot or do we park on the street? If lot, is it free or fee?

    June 16, 2009

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