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Pure Visibility’s Linda Girard to present at Internet User Experience

You going to this year’s Internet User Experience (IUE)? This will be the fifth annual edition of a several day conference here in Southeastern Michigan, March 30-April 3. The schedule provides 3 days of more intensive workshops and tutorials (March 30, 31, and April 3) surrounding 2 days of conference fun (April 1-2).

No foolin’, the fifth annual IUE conference will be a great event for learning, sharing, and networking.

Linda Girard speaks on Search Engine Optimization
Pure Visibility’s Co-Founder Linda Girard will provide one of the keynote presentations on April 1 as well as participate in a panel on April 2.

April 1, 2009 – Linda will provide a keynote address, Bringing the Left Brain and Right Brain Together Online: Branding + Optimization.

April 2, 2009 – Linda will participate in a panel presentation Branding Search Engine Optimization and Usability with Karyn Kozo of branding and creative design agency re:group and Laurie Kantner of usability research consultants Tec-Ed.

Other Pure Visibility folks will also be in attendance, so if you’re registered, come find us and say hello. If you aren’t yet registered, you might consider doing so by March 10 to snare early bird pricing and a copy of Dr. Susan Weinschenk’s Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click.

Registration is open!

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About Dunrie Greiling

Dunrie Greiling is the former Chief Operating Officer at Pure Visibility, but her favorite job title at PV was Director of Happiness. She co-authored the book Internet Marketing Start to Finish, published by Pearson Education, Que Publishing. At her personal blog, Scientific Ink, she writes about things like yoga, knitting, and travel. She can be found on Google+, LinkedIn, and microblogs on Twitter as @dunrie.

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