Posted by: Jeff Bunch in: Digital/Social -
Searchfest 2013 has drawn a sold-out crowd in Portland today. Top practitioners from across the U.S. are gathering to share best practices about digital marketing with novices and experts alike. Portland-based SEMpdx is the host of the annual event.
The popularity of the once “geek” event has been rising over the past few years, as was captured by Allan Brettman of The Oregonian today. It is truly a broad-reaching event.
Clients regularly ask LANE account team members about search engine optimization. Like the attendees at Searchfest, each comes into the conversation with a different level of understanding.
The big picture of search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) is that brands need to be found on the Internet. Mostly, that happens when someone seeking information about a business or an industry types a search term or brand name into Google or Bing.
The deep science and subtle art of SEO/SEM can be overwhelming to the average brand manager or executive, but it shouldn’t be ignored by brands. It doesn’t help a bottom line if a brand has a great website or blog but no one can find it. That’s something that SEO/SEM addresses.
If you want to get insights into the discussions at Searchfest, follow the Twitter hashtag #searchfest.
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