On May 23rd in downtown Madison, Dan Kleinke of Streamline Advertising Group will conduct a seminar on “Marketing Agency Secrets to Generating Client Internet Traffic…that Small business can use without the cost”. The seminar runs 90 minutes & will be held at the American Family’s DreamBank office (Dreamfearlessly.com) at One North Pinckney, across from the state capital building.
The seminar, which is Free to Madison Chamber members and $35 for the general public, will share powerful & proven strategies that marketing agencies use to promote business clients to achieve high rankings in major search engines, as well as building a presence across social channels. Both are key to generating new client traffic and generating profits.
All the strategies presented that night will be simplified so any business owner can implement the techniques right away & realize an increase in traffic. Topics covered will include the following:
Utilizing Inbound Marketing strategies which converts at 74%
Essentials to getting higher rankings in Google & Bing
Building a network of Social Channels to generate leads
Marketing Automation techniques that businesses need to succeed
Analytic software that will track results for a high ROI
Access to “Complete Blueprint for Social Media Success” for all attendees
To Register: Interested participants may register by going to Streamline-Advertising.com and clicking on the Seminar tab at the top.
Streamline Advertising Group is a digital marketing agency that specializes in SEO & Social Media marketing. Located in Waunakee with an office in West Bend, Streamline has been in business for 6 years, and a Google partner for 4 years… driving traffic to Google client’s from 18 countries resulting in over 15 million of dollars of new business.
Dan Kleinke is the president of Streamline and in charge of national marketing & new client development. He may be reached at 262-951-1882.
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