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Webinar: Content Marketing Strategies for 2012

July 30, 2012 3 Comments

High-quality content is one of the best ways to get in front of your target audience and get priceless exposure for your business. However, there’s a big issue: most web content is unoriginal, boring and poorly marketed.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • How to spy what’s working for your competitors
  • 5 free tools to find the hottest content in your industry
  • Why picking the right type of media is half the battle
  • Should you create your own content or have someone create it for you?
  • How to have quality content created on a budget
  • Why being boring is the worst mistake you can make and the system we use to come up with creative ideas
  • 10 proven ways to market your content

About Me

  • My name is Zeke Camusio. I’m the CEO of The Outsourcing Company, one of the fastest-growing internet marketing agencies in the US
  • I’m a serial entrepreneur. I’ve built and sold four successful technology businesses
  • We’ve ranked over 300 clients on the first page of Google
  • I’m the author of The Internet Marketing Bible
  • I’ve been named “Internet Marketing expert” by Entrepreneur magazine
  • I’m a columnist at some of the most popular blogs in our industry, such as Search Engine Journal and StartupNation.

Event Information

  • It’s a FREE event and you can attend from your computer anywhere in the world (sign up and you’ll get an email with the link to the webinar)
  • It’ll take place on Tuesday, August 21st from 1pm to 2pm Pacific Time
  • Our webinar software only allows for 500 attendees and we have 28,000 blog subscribers, so this event will fill up fast. Register now to secure a spot.



Zeke Camusio

About the Author

Zeke Camusio is a serial entrepreneur, marketing speaker, author of The Internet Marketing Bible and CEO of Digital Aptitude, a data-driven digital marketing agency in Portland, Oregon.

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3 thoughts on “Webinar: Content Marketing Strategies for 2012

  1. Hi,
    When is your webinar?
    “It’ll take place on Thursday, August 21st from 1pm to 2pm Pacific Time”

    Is that TUESDAY, August 21 or THURSDAY, August 23?

    Thanks, Donna Blazey
    Proofreading, by Design

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