Conferences where we provide sessions, workshops, and training on search engine visibility
A popular speaker at search engine strategies, web site usability, and information architecture (IA) conferences worldwide, Shari's sessions are very popular and four-star rated.
Using only search-engine approved marketing strategies, professional speaker and consultant Shari Thurow helps companies save time and expense during the web design and redesign phases, and can help your site increase profitability.
Search Marketing Expo
Search-Engine Friendly Web Design
"I'm not designing my site for search engines", is a common designer objection to SEO suggestions. The reality, however, is that search engines are the starting point for most internet users, and if your site is difficult for Google, Bing or other engines to "read", it's never going to work for your human visitors either. Attend this session and learn how to create search engine friendly sites that are equally appealing to human visitors.
- San Jose, CA
March 11, 2014
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
Judge and presenter. Presented in partnership with the RIMC (Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conferences). Wine and dine with some of the best search engine marketers in the world, and also get out to see beautiful Iceland!
- Reykjavik, Iceland
March 28, 2014
Grand Hotel Reykjavik
Clickz Live (formerly Search Engine Strategies)
How to Architect Search-Engine Friendly Blogs (1/2-day workshop)
Contrary to popular opinion, blogs and responsive designs are not naturally search-engine friendly. Information architects, social media marketers, and other website professionals will learn how to create findable, usable blog content whose online presence lasts longer than a few hours…or even a few months or years.
Monday, March 31, 2014
New York City, NY
Getting Your Site Found: Architect Your Way to the Top
This session will present the most current research about known entity searcher behaviors and how information architects and search engine optimization (SEO) professionals can and should optimize for the most common entity searches.
- Wednesday, April 2, 1014
New York City, NY
Computers in Libraries Conference
Human and Computer Interfaces: How to Maximize Usability & Findability
Learn how to successfully combine information architecture (IA) and a corresponding technical architecture for multiple devices (desktop/laptop computers, tablets, mobile devices) for a positive user experience.
- Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Washington, DC, USA
Information Architecture & the User Experience (1/2-day workshop)
More than ever, it's important not to only understand what people are searching for, but how users are searching— using a computer, tablet, and mobile device. Multiple data sources from information architecture (IA) and usability projects also provide important clues as to why users are searching and can affect the experience you offer them.
Learn the 7 Key Facets of the User Experience and how information architecture (IA) directly impacts each facet.
- Thursday, April 10, 2014
Washington, DC, USA
Have another topic in mind?
Consider Shari Thurow for your next online marketing, design, or usability conference. She offers search optimization and findability keynotes, seminars, tutorials, and workshops on:
- Understanding search engine optimization
- Search-engine friendly web site design (beginning through advanced)
- Successfu site architecture
- Information architecture
- Technical architecture
- How to optimize non-HTML content (images, videos, PDFs, other digital documents)
- Website usability and SEO
- Search engine visibility and usability (tutorial)
- Keyword research and analysis
- Web copywriting for search engine visibility
- Creating long-term, effective link development and social signal campaigns
- Blog optimization
- User experience (UX) design
- Web searcher goals and behaviors
Shari's tutorials will teach you how to immediately increase your qualified traffic, leads and sales. Read her full list of past conference topics >>
For more information about our search engine optimization, search usability training, and
site design services, please fill out our contact form or call us at 847-426-4256.