Industry Marketing Expert To Share SEO Tips With Operators

LOS ANGELES — Any business owner who wants to make the most of marketing better keep up with and know where to focus SEO, known as search engine optimization of websites.

The Greater California Livery Association will host a speaker at its March 11 meeting who will explain the difference between the new and old SEO strategies. Marci Rosenblum, the President at INTEGRATE it Media Group in Van Nuys, Calif., will speak on the topic of "New SEO Verses Old SEO: Where to Focus Your SEO Strategy Moving Forward!"

Rosenblum is an award-winning designer, web developer, and marketing expert with more than 25 years of experience. She has accumulated a roster of limousine operators among her clients, including Alex Darbahani, CEO of KLS Worldwide Chauffeured Services in Los Angeles, who has successfully used SEO to promote and market his company.

Rosenblum’s background includes all areas of digital branding and promotion, including offline and online marketing, graphic design, direct response marketing, web design and development, internet marketing, SEO, video and mobile optimization, social media, sales and advertising.

SEO has and is still constantly evolving. Organic traffic is still the dominate source of searches on Google and friends.

The GCLA member meeting will be held Tuesday, March 11 at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Proud Bird Restaurant in Los Angeles. Details here.

—  Martin Romjue, LCT editor

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