Tampa Bay Business Owners to host 'All Things Google Summitt" | Business
Tampa, FL-- Tampa Bay Business Owners will pull back the wizard's curtain to reveal the secrets of Google when it hosts the "All Things Google Summit" on Nov. 16.
"We will be teaching business owners in Tampa Bay all about Google," said Chris Krimitsos, founder of Tampa Bay Business Owners (TBBO). "What would it be worth if we really understood how Google's tools worked and we unleashed their power in our internet marketing campaigns? "It would be priceless," Krimitsos said, adding that there will be "on-site mentors at the summit to answer any individual questions people may have during the day."
The "All Things Google Summit" will tackle Local Traffic Generation Strategies, Google Tools, Google Analytics, Google Calendar, Google Pay Per Click, Google Keyword tools, Google Docs now known as Google Drive, YouTube, Google Droid Apps and Google Plus.
"You will learn how to use the Google kingdom to drive organic search traffic to your business website, as well as how to become more efficient by using Google's business tools," he said, adding that TBBO is "committed to the success of Tampa Bay's business community."
With the information to be presented, Krimitsos said you will learn not only how to drive traffic to your website, but also who is visiting you online.
"Google's tools will give you insight into why people are visiting you and how they are finding you."
Business owners and professionals in the greater Tampa Bay area who are interested in attending the "All Things Google Summit" can register onlinehttp://www.TBBO.org by clicking the Google Summit logo.
Phase 1 tickets only cost $129 per person. The summit, which is expected to attract close to 100 Tampa Bay business owners and professionals, will be held at the Ramada Westshore Hotel, 1200 North Westshore Blvd., from 9:30 - 5 p.m. in Tampa.
For more information, call Tampa Bay Business Owners at 813-489-5585.
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