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Saturday, April 16 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
You Probably Shouldn't Be Paying for SEO

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It's 2016 and your digital presence is more important than ever. So should you be paying someone to increase you search engine optimization (SEO) rankings each month? Surprisingly, probably not.

In this session you will learn:

  • How SEO works
  • How to improve your search engine rankings for free
  • The most effective online marketing strategies to grow your business
  • Why paying companies to manage your SEO is often not helping your business

Speakers
avatar for Larry Chasin

Larry Chasin

Director of Business Development, Thinkspace
Larry Chasin is the director of business development at Thinkspace Jeweler and is responsible for the continued development of its business endeavors. Starting in 1996, Larry worked as a sales manager for more than 12 years with brand heavyweight Kwiat Inc., where he learned the needs of retailers, diamond suppliers, jewelry manufacturers, and brands. Since March 2008, Larry has been a leading proponent of digital marketing and website network... Read More →
avatar for Lake Giles

Lake Giles

Director of Operations, Thinkspace
Lake Giles is the Director of Operations and Sales at Thinkspace Jeweler. With an MBA in marketing and extensive experience in the world of digital marketing and sales, Lake is ultimately responsible for ensuring that clients' needs are met, and Thinkspace Jeweler is humming along productively. | | Lake is involved in everything that happens behind the scenes, as well as in front of retailers. His jewelry industry experience includes the account... Read More →
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Rami Kassab

CEO & Co-founder, Thinkspace
A Portland native, coffee aficionado, and acoustic guitarist, Rami Kassab is a graduate of Oregon State University College of Engineering and holds a degree in computer science, with two minors in business and multimedia. Passionate about software, technology, and business (especially jewelry) since his early years, Rami worked at Intel for four years before setting off on his own during college. Rami comes from a jewelry background himself... Read More →


Saturday April 16, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 301 - 303

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