GOOGLE GURU SHOWS WAY TO ONLINE SUCCESS

Written on the 24 October 2011

GOOGLE GURU SHOWS WAY TO ONLINE SUCCESS

MONTE Huebsch (pictured) will show SME’s how to increase business success online at a marketing event on October 27.

Huebsch will discuss trends for 2012 that companies should watch out for and clever, low cost tools for businesses to use online.

“It’s not enough just to have a website any more – businesses need to ensure their online marketing renders well with mobile technologies because 2012 is all about being mobile ready and sociable online, and businesses also need to have a social footprint,” he says.

Huebsch began his career as a rocket scientist in Silicon Valley and is now an internationally recognised speaker and an expert in online marketing.

He is one of eight Google authorised resellers, a keynote speaker on the topic of how technology shapes strategy, customer service and innovation and the CEO of Aussie Web.

Joining Huebsch is director of Market Savvy Megan Walker and a marketing and sales expert who will share the current, most effective marketing activities that should be implemented to improve marketing and sales results.

Market research specialist Sue Holz will share how research can be used by businesses to reduce risk, increase certainty and become more competitive in the market.

The secrets to online sales and success will all be revealed at this exclusive event.

The ‘Marketing Masterclass for SME’s’ will be held at Brisbane Technology Park Conference Centre from 1.45pm to 4.30pm on Thursday, October 27.

More info at: marketsavvy.com.au/events


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