October 4, 2017 | 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
David Hitt, President & Founder at Splat, Inc.
Brandie Knox, Founder at Knox Design Strategy
This workshop will give you a basic overview of the various components of search engine optimization. Whether you’re working with an expert or optimizing a post on your own, you’ll gain a thorough understanding of relevant vocabulary, basic tools and best practices.
We will do a walk-through of how on-page SEO works by logging into a few content management systems (CMS) and reviewing specifics. We will also demonstrate the tools used in keyword research and best practices for narrowing down which key phrases are best.
In this workshop, complete with handouts, we will provide you with enough information to allow you to confidently make informed decisions, and possibly optimize a few pages and posts on your site, in a pinch when needed! We will leave time at the end for Q&A.
100 Light Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
LMA Members Early Bird (through September 29th) $25.00
LMA Members Late Registration (beginning September 30th) $35.00
Prospective Members Early Bird (through September 29th) $45.00
Prospective Members Late Registration (beginning September 30th) $60.00
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About The Presenters
David Hitt is President & Founder at Splat, Inc., a digital marketing agency he began in 2001. Splat provides web design and digital marketing services for clients in many industries, including law, real estate, and direct-to-consumer verticals. Splat helps businesses grow by creating smart digital strategies which marry strengths, needs, and aspirations into happy, revenue-producing outcomes.
Founded in 2009 by Brandi Knox, Knox Design Strategy is a design studio specializing in brand identity, digital strategy, corporate communications and graphic design for professional services, financial and law firms.
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