Break Through the Noise: SEO and Online Content Sharing for PR and Marketing
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- Break Through the Noise: SEO and Online Content Sharing for PR and Marketing
- Originally Broadcast On:
- June 30, 2016
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- One hour for the main presentation and questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
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In a world of flooded news feeds and search engine results pages, it may seem like your organization's content isn't seeing the light of day. But rest assured: Catching eyes isn't all about clickbait headlines and viral videos.
Search engine optimization is complex, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming. In this webinar, you'll learn SEO basics and practical tips to distribute online content, both on-site and through brand advocates and influencers.
And you can follow along on Twitter during the webinar using #prbreakthrough.
What Will I Learn:
- How to implement SEO basics
- How to understand your audience
- How to balance SEO with style and ethics
- How to distribute content online
- How to research and measure success
Who Should Take this Course:
Public relations and communications professionals, marketing coordinators, content marketers and online journalists.
Krista Vogel is a digital marketing professional located in Lincoln, Nebraska. She earned a journalism degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and began her career balancing an editorial internship with freelance editing gigs. Soon after, she joined social media marketing startup Hurrdat, which has grown over the past six years to offer integrated digital campaigns and video storytelling to local, regional, and national clients.
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