Ian Lurie on SEO & Analytics #seochat

On Thursday, November 4, 2010 Search Marketing Weekly will be hosting an #seochat on Twitter. Ian Lurie (@portentint) will be our guest answering questions about SEO & Analytics.

Details:

Starts at 7:00pm Mountain Time
About 1 hour long
Use hashtag #seochat
Host: Ash Buckles

Transcript

Questions Answered

1 – What are the key SEO metrics you can’t live without and why?
2 – When are web analytics not enough and where do you turn?
3 – What are the downsides to Google Analytics?
4 – Do you recommend running multiple analytics programs?
5 – When is a per visitor value not very helpful?

About Ian Lurie

Ian Lurie is Chief Marketing Curmudgeon and President at Portent, an internet marketing company he started in 1995. Portent is a full-service internet marketing company whose services include SEO, SEM and strategic consulting. He started practicing SEO in 1997 and has been addicted ever since.

Ian rants and raves, with a little teaching mixed in, on his internet marketing blog, Conversation Marketing. He recently co-published the Web Marketing for Dummies All In One Desk Reference. In it, he wrote the sections on SEO, blogging, social media and web analytics.

Ian has also written 2 ebooks: The Fat Free Guide to Google Analytics and the Unscary, Real World Guide to SEO Copywriting.

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