Announcing Our First 2014 Local U Workshop: Dallas, TX
Carrie Hill

localu-square-logoWe’re thrilled to announce our first event of 2014:

January 23, 2014 in Dallas, Texas!

This will be a half-day (four hours) workshop at the Pegasus Ballroom/Magnolia Hotel on Commerce St. The event is for small business owners seeking guidance on how to get started on the right path (or fix the path you’re already on) to a successful internet marketing plan. Check-in will start at 8:00 am, with sessions following at 8:30 am. The workshop ends at 12:30 pm.

But you may want to plan on staying a little longer!

Between 1:30 and 2:30 pm, reps from both Google and Bing will be on hand to meet with you, answer any questions you may have and explain how their products work for local businesses. Many of our past attendees have found that the chance to get face-time with search engine employees is extremely valuable.

The Local U staff and our local parrners will also be available for one-on-one site clinics between 1:30 pm and 4:00 pm. As we’ve shown before, these clinics also offer exceptional value to small business owners. (See our previous article for more: One-On-One SEO Help Can Make All The Difference.)

Register Today!

Registration is open now for Local U Dallas. The standard registration price is $129, but if you use the discount code LocalU before November 23rd, you’ll be able to register for just $79! In fact, this link has the discount already setup and ready to use:

As with all Local U events, space is limited and the “super early bird” discount only lasts until November 23rd … so don’t delay in signing up.

We’ll see you in Dallas!

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Carrie comes to Sterling Sky with SEO experience that dates back to 2005! She has a passion for figuring out what works for each and every client and picking apart the problems that arise in our “it depends” relationship with Google. She has also been organizing and nurturing the LocalU Conference Series since 2017 – through to today – across a hectic few years of pandemic and back into in-person conferences again.