New SEO is Old SEO: How to Stop Overthinking Search Engine Marketing

Presented by

Damon Burton (President, SEO National)

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Presentation Description: During this live online event, join Damon Burton, search engine optimization book author and Forbes SEO contributor, as we explore the future of SEO. We'll discuss misconceptions in the world of search engine optimization, including the overlooked value of human touchpoints in the seemingly un-human world of all-things-automated in marketing. Example? Damon's 14-year old, seven-figure agency SEO National has never spent any money on advertising. What you will learn: - SEO is not dead (and why it never will be) - How to become more human with SEO the more non-human it evolves - How to leverage other peoples' audiences to your benefit. - and more We will also open up to live Q&A so you can ask Damon your specific questions. About Damon Burton Over a decade ago Damon beat a billion-dollar company by outranking their website on Google. Since then, he knew he was onto something and has gone on to build an international search engine marketing company that’s worked with NBA teams, and Inc 5000 companies & Shark Tank featured businesses. Since founding his company SEO National in 2007, he writes for Forbes, has been featured in publications including Entrepreneur Magazine, BuzzFeed, and USA Weekly, and has helped high-profile clients make more in a month than they used to in a year. Not only does Burton bring an easy-to-follow approach to increasing your revenue and online visibility, but he’s also a trusted educator on the subject and has literally written the book on how to “Outrank” your competition. His new book Outrank serves as a guide to those who want to dominate Google’s search results without paying for ads. Plus, he has a beard!

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