SEO & Social Media 101 – Melb Dec 2

Where: Melbourne. Rydges on Swanston.
When: 2 December 2009

Our all new “Back to Basics” Agenda gives our attendees an in-depth look at how you can improve the ROI from Search (SEO) and Social Media Marketing (SMM).

The SEO & SMM 101 Master-class covers all the essential topics to get all you’re Search & Social Media Marketing activity on the right track.

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Innovation Days 2009

Where: Adelaide
When: 1 December 2009

Where: Perth
When: 3 December 2009

Where: Brisbane
When: 8 December 2009

Where: Melbourne
When: 10 December 2009

Where: Sydney
When: 15 December 2009

This is your opportunity to ‘get your feet on the ground, head in the clouds’ and connect with top architects, developers, and web professionals in the community for a day of technical sessions and compelling discussions about the exciting future of the Microsoft platform, making more money and expanding your potential opportunities.

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Usability Fundamentals Training Course

Where: Melbourne
When: 24 – 25 November 2009

The training course uses interactive materials and examples to introduce key concepts of usability. Insight is provided to help you understand how to convert website visitors into paying customers, maximising income streams, minimise the likes of Call Centre costs, and help avoid common design mistakes.

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OZeWAI – Australian Web Adaptability Initiative

Where: Melbourne
When: 23 – 24 November 2009

Worldwide, there have been significant steps towards a more inclusive online environment. New applications for improving the accessibility of content and services are adopting revised guidelines from W3C; new quality certification standards have been developed, and interactive accessibility services are emerging. The ISO committee has produced an inventory of needs, responses, and requires input from users and developers. Learn more about these developments and how to take advantage of them at OZeWAI Workshop 2009.

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Cloud Computing Twenty Ten

Where: Sydney. Dockside Darling Harbour
When: 24-25 March 2010

Cloud Computing Twenty Ten will offer an objective, case study driven agenda that will better equip Australian businesses to the burgeoning cloud computing industry. It will seek to disseminate the true meaning of what is means to work within the ‘cloud’ – technologically, economically and effectively.

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