Day 1 of the CRFA 2012 show in Toronto was great yesterday. We got to meet many existing customers from around Canada, as well as talk to many new people who were excited about how email marketing can help their business.

The show continues today and I’m confident it will go just as well!

Today at 4pm our CEO, Robert Burko, will be leading another seminar in the presentation room titled “Why Google Can Be Your Friend: A Look at Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Advertising (SEM)”

Every one of your customers uses Google to find information from where to eat to what to buy and everything else you could imagine. Harnessing the power of search engines doesn’t have to be scary, intimidating or costly. Learn how to put the search engines to work for you to drive business and help you succeed.

(View full show schedule)

Whether you are brand new to the art of SEO/SEM or are a seasoned veteran, the hour long presentation is sure to give you some new insight that could really help you take your search marketing to the next level this year.

 

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