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The Benefits of a Combined SEO and Social Media Strategy

The Benefits of a Combined SEO and Social Media Strategy

What’s worse: Creating content that doesn’t get found or optimizing a site and walking away? Search engines get bored with websites that don’t continuously publish new content. So do people! Your SEO strategy stops having impact quickly if you don’t feed it regularly. Publishing content without using words that people use to search on, is like burying cash. Social media is about creating and distributing content tailored to your audience. By understanding how SEO and social media work together, SEO professionals can help clients get the full impact of both.

The Benefits of a Combined SEO and Social Media Strategy
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
6:30 – 7:30 Networking
7:30 – 9:00 Talk and questions

Rocky Hill Marriott, Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Speaker: Catherine Weber, President of
Weber Media Partners
Cost: Free to SEMNE members, $49 for non-members.

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Catherine Weber
Catherine Weber is president of Weber Media Partners, LLC, a social media marketing firm which she founded in 1994 as a PR consultancy and evolved the company as the internet changed the way we communicate. Her strength is in providing clients with strategy consulting and directing her team to design and implement innovative programs to organizations in numerous industries including environmental, consumer products, real estate, technology, non-profit and government. Her clients include The National Park Service, Boston Harbor Islands, Top of the Hub Restaurant, William Raveis Real Estate, Dogwatch Hidden Fences, Conservation Services Group and dozens more. Catherine holds a Bachelors degree in Communications from Emerson College and an MA from UMass Boston’s Critical and Creative Thinking Program.