Content Marketing 2010 Seminars Teach Online Strategy for Businesses

May 22, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
(Nationwide)—-Content marketing, by nature, is designed to freely share content with audiences through a variety of mediums, ranging from the written word to audio and video pieces.

This aspect of free content lets consumers sample large amounts of content before ever deciding whether or not they want to buy a related product. This marketing strategy focuses heavily on building lasting relationships with consumers.

Content marketing is designed to educate, inform or inspire. Our Content Marketing 2010 Seminars were created with that in mind. We want to educate online marketers and online publishers on the world of content marketing and show them how to create their own content marketing plan.

The four Content Marketing 2010 Seminars will be held at the locations listed below. Don Nicholas, the Executive Director of the Mequoda Group, and Kim Mateus, the Member Services Director, will be hosting all seminars.

-Content Marketing 2010 Seminar June 9th in Washington, DC at the Washington Dulles Airport Marriott.
-Content Marketing 2010 Seminar June 16th in Boston, MA at the Mequoda Group Offices.
-Content Marketing 2010 Seminar June 22nd in New York, NY at the Residence Inn Manhattan/Times Square.
-Content Marketing 2010 Seminar June 29th in Chicago, IL at the Four Points by Sheraton Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile.

Many online publishers and marketing professionals have already seen the power behind successful content marketing. It has led to stronger relationships and happier customers. Due to this, content marketing will continue to aid in changing the perceptions around the marketing industry.

To learn more about the Content Marketing 2010 Seminars, including registration information, visit us at

Mequoda Group constantly strives to help publishers succeed online by providing them with an array of services, including free daily tips, free reports, webinars, live events, consulting services and software services.