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Boost Your SEO: How to Create & Organize Content

Dan Shure, the owner of EvolvingSEO, gave insightful tips on how to brainstorm, create, and organize web content at Salvation Cafe. Dan offered his top tactics for gaining search engine visibility for his clients, including:

  • Keyword research
  • SEO tools
  • Content creation
  • Content marketing
  • Analytics

Meet Dan Shure

danshure
Dan Shure owns Evolving SEO, a boutique web marketing company in Worcester, MA. Dan is also an Associate at Moz (formally SEOmoz), the foremost SEO educator for businesses.

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Jamie Palmer

Create and Market Your Brand Story

Jamie Palmer Senior Practitioner at University Business Consultants LLC, taught NIM attendees how to tactfully articulate the brand. Jamie stressed the importance of telling the story and not selling the story. NIM attendees learned how to engage their audience with messages that would resonate.

Meet Jamie Palmer

Jamie Palmer
Jamie Palmer spent her early years unofficially tutored in life and business by her father, Lee Palmer, SVP at Bank of America. Since those early learning days, Jamie earned her BS in Accounting and extended her learning at the Art Institute in Boston in Graphic Arts and Design.

After spring-boarding into her Web Development& Marketing Business, her business grew as she leveraged learning provided from University Business Consultants. She integrated story and dialogue with unique question techniques into her sales approach. Soon after, Jamie was awarded an agency agreement by University Business Consultants LLC. This is where she often lectures on the Storytelling Sales and Leadership Programs.

Jamie has recently spoken at the RIBAR Association to discuss “How Systematic Storying Can Help Lawyers Show Value in Sales Conversations.” Her other featured topics are: “Story as a Means of Understanding the Other,” and “How Rhetorical Can be Your Best Friend in Business Development.”

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