This week our adventure loving CEO Allen Murabayashi and our equally as daring VP of Marketing Andrew Fingerman are gearing up and heading to Telluride, CO for the first annual Telluride Photo Festival.
Bright and early Friday morning, 9am MST (that’s Mountain Time), Andrew will be speaking to the lucky folks at Telluride about Extreme Makeovers of Photography Websites. Using dozens of live examples, Andrew shows photographers how to turn a photography website into a more powerful marketing tool to attract new visitors, turn them into customers, and keep them coming back for more.
A little later Friday morning, at 11am MST, Allen will be talking about SEO for Photography Websites. Chock full of useful info from our newly updated 2010 SEO Cookbook, this presentation always brings up a ton of great questions from the audience and is sure to be an interesting exchange as Google keeps changing the game for getting your photography website found.
Hey, why the glum face? Yeah we wish we were going to Telluride too. But, just because you can’t make the trip doesn’t mean you can’t catch the presentations. We’ll be broadcasting Allen and Andrew’s presentations live from the event straight to Facebook!
Watch the PhotoShelter Presentations
Live on Facebook!
Extreme Makeover: Photo Website Edition
Friday, Sept 24 | 9am MST (11am EDT)
VP of Marketing, Andrew Fingerman
Get Found: SEO for Photography Websites
Friday, Sept 24 | 11am MST (1pm EDT)
CEO Allen Murabayashi
Have a question during the presentation?
No problem. Just post it to our Facebook wall or tweet @photoshelter with the hashtag #photoshelterSEO. Your question will be answered by one of our gurus back at the office, it could even be answered live on air by Andrew & Allen.
Of course it would be super cool for you to “Like” us while you’re there, but no “Liking” is required to view the presentations.
Hope to see you there!
Going to be in Telluride for the event? Send us a quick line on Twitter @photoshelter and let us know. Allen and Andrew would love to meet up with some PhotoShelter members while they’re in town.