Paul Allen & Other Big Names to Teach Internet Marketing to Small Businesses

THE FOLLOWING EVENT WAS CANCELED in September, SORRY. 

For Immediate Release

U|Tech Conference Teaches Small Businesses How to Market on the Internet

August 3, 2006 — Provo, Utah, U|Tech Conferences announces the 2006 Small Business Internet Marketing Conference. U|Tech focuses on teaching effective, accessible Internet marketing techniques for small businesses. Open registration for the one-day conference can be found at http://www.utechconference.com. The cost to attend is $150 per attendee.
The conference will be held Wednesday October 18, 2006 at the Salt Lake Community College – Miller Campus (9750 South 300 West in Sandy, Utah). Beginning at 9 am. Keynote speaker Paul Allen will introduce 21 Tactics for Successful Internet Marketing. Paul has started many successful Internet-based businesses including Ancestry.com and MyFamily.com. He currently incubates internet-based companies at Provo Labs.
“We want business owners, marketing staff, and even IT people to come and learn ways to benefit from Internet marketing. Experts will cover a variety of techniques from business blogging to affiliate marketing,” says Janet Meiners, U|Tech Founder.

U|Tech’s goal is to teach small businesses how to become more competitive and drive more sales using simple and cost effective Internet marketing strategies. To accomplish this goal, U|Tech has assembled a group of Utah-based online marketing experts who will teach conference attendees the value of Internet marketing and show them how to get started.
PRWeb’s Vice President of Social Media, Judd Bagely, will speak on using press releases and social media to get more visibility online. John Johannesmayer of 10x Marketing will cover paid advertising on search engines like Google. Blake Snow of Griffio will speak on blogging strategies for small business. Mark Swaby from Affiliate Crew will speak on creating a pay-for-performance (commission only or affiliate) online sales force. Swaby will provide a case study of successful affiliate marketing at Little Giant Ladder.
Utah has long been an entrepreneurial hotspot. In 2004 Utah had the 2nd highest number of Forbes 200 Best Small Companies per capita in the US. Utah holds the 4th highest number of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 companies per capita. Companies like Omniture, Logoworks, Backcountry.com and 1-800-Contacts call Utah home.
“There are plenty of conferences for advanced Internet marketers. U|Tech focuses on practical solutions for small business who want to understand how to succeed online. We introduce the subjects and how they could apply to your business. Then you’ll find quality companies to help apply what you learn,” says co-founder Chris Knudsen. “This show is more than just “tell”, its showing attendees how to find practical and cost effective strategies to succeed online.”

For more information, contact: Janet Meiners
Founder, U|Tech Conference
www.UTechConference.com
801-362-7975
Janet@AffiliateFlash.com

U|Tech Conference is a production of Affiliate Flash Inc. U|Tech 2006 is the first Internet Marketing Conference of its kind in Utah. U|Tech was started to help businesses take full advantage of growth opportunities by fully utilizing Internet Marketing. While based in Utah consultants, IT, and marketing staff from any location are invited to attend. See www.UTechConference.com for details.

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