Webinar: 5 Must Do SEO Activities for 2015
Optimizing your sites and content is a moving target. The frequency of changes the search engines make to their ranking algorithm makes it is nearly impossible to stay abreast of the industry. Unless, of course, you have a dedicated resource to study the changes and update your online presence accordingly.
Do you manage SEO for your company exclusively? Is managing your company's SEO is one of your many responsibilities? Do you use an SEO agency? If any of these apply, you’ll want to join BMA Colorado’s own Jim Kreinbrink of Hyper Dog Media to hear "must do" activities aligned with the future of Google. His presentation will help you prioritize your 2015 SEO efforts for success into 2016 and beyond.
This webinar will cover:
- Overview of industry evolution over last several years
- The current focus and challenges of SEO experts
- What's working, what's not
- 5 things BMA members need to be doing in 2015 (or making sure their SEO vendor handles)
Jim’s slides and the webinar recording will be available following the webinar.
Founder, Hyper Dog Media
Jim Kreinbrink is founder of Hyper Dog Media, a Louisville-CO based SEO agency, and a BMA-Colo. Member since 2007.
Having spent his entire career on the web, Jim understands that delicate balance between SEO strategies that appeal to search engine robots and those that will appeal to human website visitors. His passion is figuring out ways to get his clients’ websites to outrank their competitors.
Jim is a sought-after speaker on the topic of SEO, he has presented to a variety of audiences including the DaVinci Institute, Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization (SEMPO) and the American Marketing Association (CO Chapter).
Jim is a Yahoo Search Marketing Ambassador and a certified Google AdWords Professional. He is also the Founder of the Denver SEO Meetup, Boulder SEO Meetup, and one of the founding members of the Colorado chapter of SEMPO (Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization). Jim earned his BS degree from the University of Wyoming.