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Cre8asiteForums Offers Registration Discount to High Rankings Marketing Seminar  

:: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 ::

Hurry, hurry! October 7, 2005 is the deadline for the early-bird registration fee for the next High Rankings Search Engine Marketing seminar, to be held at the Philadelphia Crowne Plaza - Valley Forge in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Thursday, November 3 and Friday November 4, 2005.

If you don't make that date, don't despair. You can treat yourself to a 25% discount offered by Cre8asiteForums. Here's how it works:

Register here.

Enter CRE8PC for your discount code.

You will receive a 25% discount on your registration fee.

You'll Also Get

Best of all, when you come, you will get to meet Kim Krause Berg and Bill Slawski, Cre8asiteForums Administrators. Okay, just kidding. But, we are going to be there, so make sure to bring your camera. We don't come out of hiding that often.

And, There's More!

Information on the seminar, featuring many familiar names including Jill Whalen, Scottie Claiborne, Karon Thackston, Debra Mastaler, Christine Churchill, Dan Thies and Matt Bailey, can be found at High Rankings™ Search Engine Marketing Seminar

It's the perfect setting to learn about search engine optimization and marketing, as well as web site usability, tracking traffic and writing better content. Questions are encouraged and there are many opportunities to obtain help for your specific web site. This is not something you always get at the larger conferences.

Says Jill Whalen, of High Rankings:
"We realized early on that small businesses desperately wanted search marketing strategies, but didn't know where to start," said Jill Whalen, founder of search marketing firm High Rankings TM and a recognized expert on SEO. "They also didn't have an extra pile of cash lying around to hire a professional search optimization expert. What they did have, however, was the drive and initiative to improve their online business through SEO and SEM…and that's why we developed the seminar."

"We're teaching businesses how to take control of their search engine optimization strategies, themselves," noted Jill. "All of our seminar speakers have experience in getting their clients to the top of the search engine results. They've been putting their clients' web sites at the top of Google, Yahoo!, MSN and more for years—and people who attend our seminar will have the opportunity to learn how they did it, step-by-step, so they can achieve those same results for themselves."

So register soon and remember to include the "CRE8PC" discount code to get your 25% discounted rate offered by Cre8asiteForums on behalf of High Rankings.

(Note: Today's sub-heading titles idea covertly stolen from the zany and hilarious team of Scottie and Michael, in their In Search of Stuff blog entry called Tap The Knowledge Of The Undead For Increased PROFIT)

:: posted by Kim Krause Berg on 10/05/2005 05:38:00 PM

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