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January 16, 2013

Four Tenors of Internet Marketing Share Tips on January 19th

Four Tenors of Internet Marketing Meeting - Free Internet Marketing Saturday

The Four Tenors of Internet Marketing Hangout Here

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Free Internet Marketing Saturdays hashtag: #IMFreeSat

Event Invitation on Google Plus


Who Should Attend?

Would you like to discover how to achieve your personal branding and company’s online marketing goals? If you are interested in learning about Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay Per Click Advertising (PPC), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Mobile Marketing, Hyper Local Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Content Marketing and Google Authorship, you shouldn’t miss a chance to speak with 4 leading Triangle-based Internet marketers.


Meeting Details 1.19

Where: Saladelia Cafe on University in Durham (DIRECTIONS)
When: Saturday 1.19, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Lunch: Menu (lunch not provided)
Before the Meeting: Write down your Internet Marketing Questions.

PRIZE: Best Internet Marketing Question, as voted by 4 Tenors, Wins a Prize.


Proposed Agenda

11:00 – 11:30 – Introductions & Networking.

11:30 – 12:00 Tim McLain shares how Netsertive is changing online marketing (15 minutes background / 15 minutes questions).

12:00 – 1:00 Breakout Sessions by Tenor (Phil = SEO, Mark = Google Authorship, Marty = Content Marketing, Tim = Netsertive).

1:00 – 2:00 Reform, each Tenor shares summary of great questions asked in their breakout.


Who Are the Four Tenors of Internet Marketing?

Martin Marty Smith Internet Marketer, entrepreneur, Director Marketing Atlantic BTMarty Smith,
Director Marketing Atlantic BT


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Tim McLain Free Internet Marketing Saturdays Tim Mclain
Marketing Manager, Netsertive
Find out more from Tim’s post about Netsertive here
Phil Buckley Free Internet Marketing Saturdays picturePhil Buckley
SEO Director, Virante
Mark Traphagen Free Internet Marketing Saturdays pictureMark Traphagen
Director Social Marketing Virante


Perhaps it isn’t strange if you’ve never heard of these Internet marketing leaders. So much of what Internet marketers do is behind a wizard’s curtain. Collectively, this group has created content and campaigns generating more than $50,000,000 in online sales, achieved hundreds of top search listings, started five companies, and one tenor is helping to create a highly disruptive online marketing startup now (Netsertive).

How to Become a Great Internet Marketer

Becoming great at anything is hard. Becoming a great Internet marketer is almost impossible. Great Internet marketers understand the strange and often counterintuitive balance that Internet marketing requires. Internet marketing is jazz as played by Miles, Coltrane and Armstrong. Consistently creating great Internet marketing is the ability to hit the curve, catch the bomb and shoot the game-winning shot at the buzzer, wrapped into an ever expanding NOW, a future that converts better and at speeds approaching the speed of light.

“How can I become a great Internet marketer?” is a frequent question. Best answer is to create as much BAD Internet marketing as you can, while constantly tuning toward BETTER, and hang out with Internet marketers who’ve been there, done that, such as the Four Tenors of Internet Marketing.

Why is Becoming a Great Internet Marketer Important?

Great is the cost of Internet marketing poker now. When everyone has a website, a Foosball table and are always 5 minutes ahead of you on everything, GREATNESS is the only sustainable answer. Want a better job? Want to make more money? Have startup dreams? Understanding and becoming a GREAT Internet marketer is required. The only sin you can’t recover from online? Not being present, so learn to think like an Internet marketer and come “listen” as the Four Tenors of Internet Marketing “sing” this Saturday in Durham.

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