Guest Webinar Alert: Everything you Need to Know about Google+ with Greg Sterling

By on August 3, 2012 in Avvo Legal Marketing Webinars

Over the past several months we have received many questions about Google+, Google Places, and now Google+ Local pages. Lawyers want to know how and why they should claim their business pages, and how they can maximize their Google profile to best impact local search.

To provide expert guidance, we’re thrilled to have Greg Sterling as our guest webinar host next week on Tuesday, August 7 at 1:00PM ET / 10:00AM PT.

Greg is the founder of Sterling Market Intelligence, focused on the Internet’s impact on offline consumer behavior. He is a senior analyst for Internet2Go, an advisory service from Opus Research tracking the evolution of the mobile Internet. He is also a contributing editor for  Search Engine Land, the leading online publication about the search marketplace. Until he left in 2006, Sterling ran BIA/Kelsey’s Interactive Local Media program. Before ILM he was a producer at TechTV.  Prior to TechTV, Sterling was part of the pre-launch editorial team at AllBusiness.com.

And way back in the 1990s, Sterling was a practicing attorney — before leaving law to join the manic world of online marketing.

He is frequently cited and quoted in leading US publications regarding the search, local and mobile markets. You can connect with Greg on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.

Lawyers who attend this free webinar will learn about:

-       Why Google+ is critical to a law firm’s web presence
-       How to set up a Google+ Pages account
-       How to create and share meaningful content on Google+
-       Examples from within the legal industry

Sign up here!

Megan Olendorf

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  1. I hope to have the free time to tune in. Will it be available after the presentation where you could listen to it later as this is in the middle of a work day?

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