Promoting Your Business on the Internet (& at Women Business Owners Meeting)

by Louellen Coker on February 20, 2009

Women Business Owners of Denton County will hold its monthly luncheon on Tuesday, March 3rd, at Oakmont Country Club, Corinth, Texas. “Promoting Your Business on the Internet: Search Engine Optimization and Social Media Marketing” will be the topic of guest speaker Bill Hartzer. He manages the Search Engine Marketing and Social Media Marketing team at Vizion Interactive, based in the Dallas, Texas area.

In today’s fast-changing world of the Internet, businesses are becoming increasingly aware that merely posting a website will not bring the results they want. Are you on LinkedIn, Facebook, or a number of other social networking sites? Do you know what to do to increase your website’s online visibility? Do you know what a search engine is? Whether you are a novice or are already Internet marketing savvy, Bill will be ready to answer these questions and more. He will present valuable tips about how to navigate the World Wide Web for the benefit of your business.

Hartzer is a successful writer, blogger, search engine marketing, and social media marketing expert who founded the Dallas/Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing Association. He is Owner/Author of Corporate Web Site Marketing, Administrator of Search Engine Forums and is a frequent speaker for Search Engine Strategies and Internet Marketing Conferences.

Registration and networking begins at 11:30, with a luncheon and speaker to follow, 12 noon-1:00 p.m. Register online at by Thursday, February 26, 2009. With timely reservations, the luncheon and program cost is $15 for WBODC members and $20 for guests. After February 26th, the cost is $20 for WBODC members and $25 for guests.

The Women Business Owners of Denton County is a non-profit organization established to strengthen women owned businesses economically, socially, and politically via energizing and expanding its members’ centers of influence. Our vision is to create productive, interactive groups of business people.

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