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Webinar October 12 - Strategic SEO: Increasing Your Organization's Visibility

Join us on Thursday, October 12 for a free webinar that will help you control access to your valuable digital content, while optimizing discoverability.

Your content is a valuable resource, not just for your existing customers, clients or members, but for reaching new audiences and increasing visibility for your organization. The key? Strategic SEO!

In this session, Pam Long of True Digital will share insights on:
  • Looking at content in a new light
  • Gatekeeping in the age of Google
  • Optimizing content for visibility

Depending on who you ask, Pam is either a technical person who speaks marketing or a marketing person who speaks ‘geek’. It’s a combination of strengths that has served her well in her 15-year career in ad agencies and interactive shops, where she has worked with clients in the building products, manufacturing and non-profit sectors. At True, she puts those strengths to work developing digital strategies, SEO/SEM programs and measurement tactics to analyze everything from search engine rankings and social media engagement to website conversion for our clients.


When she’s not reminiscing about the glory days of Netscape Navigator and Alta Vista or up to her eyebrows in spreadsheets and charts, Pam enjoys gardening, quilting and beadwork (which some would argue is just a more colorful version of spreadsheets and charts). Pam is married and the proud Mom of one well-adjusted, highly analytical son and one slightly neurotic rescue dog.

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