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Internet Marketing for Business was presented to the St Louis Go-Small-Biz-4U networking group. This was an overview of Internet Marketing, as well as our Marketing Channels Infographic.
Using LinkedIn for Business was presented to the Waterloo People in Business group. This was an overview of LinkedIn, as well as some advance techniques.
Social Media and Internet Marketing Sessions sponsored by the Edwardsville Public Library. Presentation materials follow;
Internet Marketing and Social Media Workshop sponsored by the SIU-E Business Development Center. Presentation materials follow;
Internet Marketing for Entrepreneurs was presented to the Entrepreneurship class at the SIU-E School of Business. This program tells you about the four concepts that Entrepreneurs can use to increase their internet presence and visibility, while converting viewers into customers.
How to Create Your Own Website for Free was presented to young adults at the O'Fallon, IL Public Library. This program tells you how to create a personal website using free products available on the Internet. We had a great time talking with the young adults in O'Fallon and helping them get started on their own websites.
Competitive Intelligence - Using Google Alerts was presented to the Highland PIB goup. This program tells you how to use competitive intelligence to make better-informed decisions for your business.
Google Places - Local Internet Marketing for Free was presented to the Monroe County PIB goup. Google Places helps customers find you when they search for your type of business in your specific locale. It displays information about your business on google maps, no web site is required, and it's a free service.
Internet Marketing for Real Estate Professionals was presented to a group from the National Real Estate Investors Association. This program was part of an on-going education certification process for real estate professionals.
Using the PIB Ning Web Site to market your business on the Internet should be incorporated into your marketing plan. This presentation covers free and low cost methods to increase your visibility on the Internet and continue to build a growing business.
Marketing your business or service using the Internet should be an essential part of your marketing plan. In this presentation we cover some of the initial steps you can take to promote your business. The presentation was first made for the Highland People in Business group on February 3, 2010.
"Search Engine Marketing" Symposium was sponsored by the SIU-E School of Business. Presentation materials follow;
Networking on the Internet is used to augment in-person networking. The internet has become an essential part of the business environment. More customers are making their purchases and finding local products & services using the internet.
Six Things You can do to Improve Your Website Search Rankings can help your business get noticed on the internet and shows you the steps to implement these changes. The presentation was first made for the Wood River People in Business group on March 10, 2009.
Google Local Business This presentation shows how Google Local Business can help your business get noticed on the internet and shows how to implement Google Local Business. The presentation was first made for the Collinsville People in Business group on January 20, 2009.
Seven Ways to Promote Your Business on the Internet... and they're free. This presentation was originally prepared for the tenby tech newsletter and has been updated with more current information.
Six Tools for Your Business... and they're free. This presentation offers six tools that may be useful for your business. The presentation was first made for the O'Fallon People in Business group on October 7, 2008.
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#8,078,606 Entitled 'Rank-Based Estimate Of Relevance Values', is a method that can help search engines produce more relevant search results, especially where there are multiple disparate information sources.
#7,716,202 Determining a weighted relevance value for each search result based on the estimated relevance value when an actual relevance value was not received for the search result from one of the plurality of search engines.
#7,451,155 Statistical methods and apparatus for records management.
#7,206,780 Relevance value for each category of a particular search result in the ranked list is estimated based on its rank and actual relevance values.
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