It's beginning to feel like fall in New England, which means two things: the leaves are about to change, and it's time for the Mequoda Summit East 2011.
There is genuinely a correlation between the two. The colorful leaves signal a change in season and the Mequoda Summit East 2011 will address the ongoing change taking place in the publishing industry.
This Summit has been revamped to provide the most up-to-date methods and advanced techniques for content marketing success.
Furthermore, brand new, never-before-seen sessions will help you better understand and act within the digital environment.
Some of these new programs include:
-Managing Digital Transformation featured keynote with Bryan Welch, the publisher and editorial director at Ogden Publications. During this session, Welch will discuss how Mother Earth News has successfully adopted online strategies to excel in the Digital Age.
-The Mequoda System Strategy Workshop is for everyone in the process of launching or running an online business. During this comprehensive workshop, forget the conceptual information - you will be given 49 distinct steps to follow for starting and running a successful online business.
-Digital Native Study & Discussion focuses on how 'digital natives' interact online. This telling study will provide you with information directly from digital natives, so publishers can start to understand their audience members better.
-Decoding Google will cover dozens of white-hat SEO practices to help you best partner with Google. If you haven't been keeping up with all of Google's recent changes, it's important to attend this session.
Does your online business need a jumpstart from the latest strategies and best practices proven successful by other professionals?
Can an array of case studies and first-hand information solidify a more successful process for your online business?
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