From search engine optimization and email marketing, to blogs and social networks, find out what you need to know to effectively market your business in today?s online environment. Eva Chiu will provide an introductory overview of Internet based marketing and moderate the discussion with this panel of online marketing experts.
Eva Chiu is a pioneer and expert in e-business, integrated marketing and the Internet. Eva founded InfoAdvantage in 1991 to help companies create compelling profit centers by effectively leveraging the Internet as a sales, marketing and communication channel. Eva worked with leading management consulting firms in England, Canada, Hong Kong, and the Pacific Rim. She served on the Northwest Entrepreneur Network board from 1993 to 2003.
David Geller is President and CEO of WhatCounts, a leading permission email, blogging and RSS technology firm based in Seattle. In 1993, PC Magazine called his first email product ??one of the easiest and most clever network electronic-mail packages available.? Over the years, he has authored several popular shareware products including WEB Wizard: The Duke of URL, one of the earliest HTML creators, and SnapCAP, a webcam program that was the first to include an embedded web server.
Nick Huzar is the CTO and co-founder of Konnects, an online networking site which connects business professionals. Konnects? patent pending architecture has attracted members in over 400 industries, 50 countries, and currently has over 100 live private networks today. Prior to Konnects, Nick has managed enterprise web projects for many Fortune 500 companies including: T-mobile, Microsoft, Paramount, and Entercom.
Stuart Jenner of Marketek Consulting Group LLC assists companies in using the web as a marketing tool. He has a particular focus on marketing through search engines and web site planning. Before Stuart founded Marketek, he worked in marketing for Microsoft, and in Finance for Hewlett-Packard. He has an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a BA from the University of Washington.
Location: Bellevue Community College's Northwest Center for Emerging Technologies, 3000 Landerholm Circle SE, Room N201, Bellevue.
Parking and Seminar are Free.
More information about the event can be found at http://www.nwen.org/calendar/seminar.htm.
Added by gumption on March 11, 2006