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SEO Bullshit, Own It – & – Social Media Wins, Fails, and Everything Between
June 12, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Don’t miss SSN’s biggest event of the year with two high-profile speakers.
Ian Lurie founder of Portent
SEO Bullshit, Own It
Successful SEO requires that work gets done. When the work doesn’t get done, we have a million perfectly good excuses. The developers were busy. The branding team wouldn’t let us. Content wasn’t available.
In this session, Ian will talk about typical SEO roadblocks, what they really mean, and how to get past them.
Ian Lurie is Founder and CEO of Portent, a Clearlink Digital Agency. He’s a whole-brained digital marketer who’s worked in everything from copywriting and messaging to analytics and SEO. Ian teaches his team, consults with clients, and writes and speaks on an array of marketing topics. You can send him a note on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ianlurie/) and on Twitter at @portentint.
Josh Dirks founder of Project Bionic
Social Media Wins, Fails, and Everything in Between
After a decade in the social media space, Josh Dirks of Project Bionic (https://www.projectbionic.com/) will talk about where the industry is today, emerging best practices, and what today’s social media faux pas. He will highlight some local social media successes and shed light into what went into making these moments happen.
He will also showcase some social media fails and discuss what could have been done to avoid these pitfalls in the future.
Josh will then open it up for an extensive Q&A session to help arm you with actionable takeaways. Get ready for a fun and educational evening with one of PNW’s social media agency pioneers.
Guests are only $10
Admission for SSN annual members is FREE!
Networking, light food & beverages start at 6:00pm.
Presentation/s start at roughly 6:20pm.
***About Our Venue Sponsor***
Seattle Search Network expresses its grateful acknowledgement of the essential role our sponsor Moz plays in making these events possible. Visit https://moz.com/ to learn about openings for industry professionals.