SEO Inc. Chief Operating Officer to Speak at SMX West 2009

Carlsbad, CA (MarketWire) February 9, 2009 โ€” SEO Inc.GGGs Brad Lipschultz, COO, will speak at this year's Search Marketing Expo (SMX) West conference in an educational session on search engine optimization.

An experienced Internet and SEO veteran, Brad is responsible for managing the day-to-day activities at SEO Inc., a leading full-service integrated SEO and search engine marketing company.

Brad will be presenting in Theater B of the SMX Theater on the Expo Hall floor Wednesday, February 11 at 1:40 pm. All SMX attendees are invited to attend and hear him discuss various aspects of SEO with an emphasis on web accessibility for the visually impaired.

SMX West will take place at the Santa Clara Convention Center, California from February 10 through February 12 and will feature three days of sessions, keynotes, networking activities, special educational presentations and meals for which SMX events are famous.

SMX is programmed by the sharpest minds in search marketing. It is where experienced SEO and search engine marketing professionals go to learn everything that they need to know about Internet marketing. There are sessions for everyone ranging from beginners to the extremely advanced.

For more information about SEO Inc. call 877-736-0006, visit or visit booth #323 at the SMX West Expo Hall.

About Search Engine Optimization Inc.:

Search Engine Optimization Inc. is a professional search engine optimization firm that specializes in achieving top search engine placement for websites through highly targeted SEO campaigns that are geared towards the unique online business objectives of each client. SEO Inc. is an Inc. 5000 company that leverages more than 120 years of combined Internet marketing experience. SEO Inc.GGGs certified search engine specialists have developed and honed a suite of highly effective, proprietary optimization methodologies and technologies that have placed more than 700 leading corporations in the top rankings of worldGGGs leading search engines.

Ed Andrews
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