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May 12, 2011
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Webinar Replay -- Best Practices for Improving Search and Social Marketing Integration

SUMMARY: View this webinar replay to see presenters Jen Doyle, Kaci Bower, Grant Simmons and Josh Peters, from MarketingSherpa and The Search Agency, share current research from the MarketingSherpa 2011 Search Marketing Benchmark Reports, including data from more than 2,000 marketers on the effectiveness of search and social media.
In this webinar replay MarketingSherpa and The Search Agency presenters Jen Doyle, Kaci Bower, Grant Simmons and Josh Peters share the latest research from the MarketingSherpa 2011 Search Marketing Benchmark Reports, including data from more than 2,000 marketers on the effectiveness of search and social media.

During this webinar, they cover what objectives can be achieved, the importance of balancing these tactics for optimal impact, and tips and techniques you can use to effectively deploy a search and social media marketing campaign. You will also see the impact of the latest integration techniques in a real-life case study presentation.

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The Search Agency

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MarketingSherpa 2011 Search Marketing Benchmark Report-SEO Edition



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