Bill Balderaz to be Featured Speaker on SEO and Online Marketing
Bill Balderaz of the Columbus-based Webbed Marketing agency will discuss viral marketing and Search Engine Optimization at several events.
Columbus, OH- (Gawkwire.com) In the coming weeks, the founder of central Ohio's search engine optimization leader, Webbed Marketing, will be featured at several events aimed at informing audiences of viral and search engine optimization strategies.
Bill Balderaz, will open the whirlwind tour with an August 8th appearance on Blog Talk Radio's Epic Living hour. The show's host, Eric Pennington, hopes the conversation "will alert both individuals and corporations to the necessity of growing through viral marketing and by leveraging the power of online social networks." Pennington's weekly show airs on Friday at 12:30 PM.
Next up on the tour will be an August 26th conference aimed at informing Realtors about the fundamentals of search engine optimization and internet marketing. The presentation will cover the spectrum of search engine optimization and online marketing, including strategies for getting started and measuring the success of web based marketing programs. The event is sponsored by Dominion Homes, a central Ohio new home builder.
"In addition to informing central Ohio's Realtors about the advantages of online marketing, the conference will also provide tips on how Realtors can be more involved in online networking through social media outlets," Balderaz said.
On August 27th, Balderaz will speak at a breakfast with the Ohio Web Leaders. He and members of Webbed Marketing's team will discuss the current happenings in the search engine world. One of the hottest topics is the emergence of the new search engine, "Cuil."
Next on the tour, Webbed Marketing will be holding an informative webinar on August 28th. The webinar will focus on how to use new social media outlets, such as Twitter, to promote business. The webinar is scheduled from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.
Following will be an appearance at the IT Martini Hour to discuss search engine optimization, online marketing and viral marketing. The event will take place on September 18th at Park Street Patio. The IT Martini Hour targets IT professionals from all industries, but is also open to more communications driven professions, such as sales, marketing and PR.
Balderaz's next appearance will be a search engine optimization presentation at the 2008 MindLeaders International Users Conference. The three-day conference will be held October 5th through 8th in San Antonio, Texas. The conference promises two and one-half days of presentations, workshops and tutorials.
Webbed Marketing will be featured for a two-part presentation on search engine marketing and viral marketing strategy at the MindLeaders event.
Following the Mindleaders event, Balderaz will be a featured speaker at the New Marketing Summit in Foxboro, MA. The event will take place on October 14th and 15th and will cover the impact that new online tools are having on marketing strategy.
The final leg in the journey will be an appearance as the online marketing speaker at the 2008 Public Pension Financial Forum (P2F2) conference in Mobile, Alabama. The event will take place from October 19th through the 22nd. P2F2 functions to promote excellence in the financial operations of public pension plans. Balderaz will speak to the audience about the importance of positioning electronic correspondence in order to retain branding during the execution of viral marketing campaigns.
Balderaz, who founded Webbed Marketing in 2006, has been a featured speaker on topics related to Internet marketing at dozens of conference and seminars across the country. Central Ohio-based Webbed Marketing specializes in search engine optimization, search engine marketing and is an innovative leader in cutting edge areas of the online marketing industry, such as viral marketing, widget development and social media marketing.
"The media, customers, prospect, partners and online influencers-- the people we are all trying to reach -- use search and social networks to find products, services and sources," Balderaz said. "Corporations who harness the power of search and social networks are positioned well to thrive in the Internet age."