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November 22, 2010 17:43 ET

Build an Online Strategy for Your Business in Only Six Hours

"6 Hours to Online Marketing Strategy" a one-day cure to online confusion

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Nov. 22, 2010) -

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Business owners or managers often see online marketing as a black hole of confusion. Money, time, and resources go in, but what comes out? Worse – how does one navigate this confusing techno-landscape?

This is exactly the problem an upcoming seminar sets out to resolve. "6 Hours to Online Marketing Strategy" is what it sounds like, a highly interactive one-day seminar that will put you and your business onto the right digital path.

"6 Hours" is a co-production of online marketing agencies Anduro Marketing and communicatto, who together have a combined thirty plus years in web-building, Internet marketing, Search Engine Optimization, pay per click advertising, social media and more.

Internet veterans Jeff Nelson, President of Anduro Marketing, and Doug Lacombe, President of communicatto will deliver the session.

"We're very excited to bring the tried and true techniques we have used successfully with clients like Dell, Intel, H&R Block and many others to the small to medium business crowd," says Nelson. "We've spent over nine years learning the craft of SEO and online advertising, which we think will benefit our learners."

Not only has Nelson spent nine years honing his craft, he's spent most of those nine years teaching it to others. From client sessions to his work as an instructor at the University of Calgary, Nelson has a solid track record as an adult educator. Similarly, Lacombe is a Postmedia News columnist on social media, a frequent speaker and a former instructor of the Canadian Marketing Association's eMarketing course at Mount Royal University.

"I think it's fair to say we know Internet and we know adult education," says Lacombe. "I remember teaching Introduction to Internet in 1996, so I've had a while to amass a body of knowledge that learners can benefit from."

Seminar details are as follows:

What: Seminar: "6 Hours to Online Strategy"
Who: Small to medium business owners, non-profits
Why: Acquire the skills and process you need to develop an online marketing strategy in a one-day session
Where: Calgary, AB. Kahanoff Centre. Registration and details at
When: November 29, 2010 08:30 am – 3:30 pm
Cost: $395 plus fees, half off for non-profits

Note: To maintain high quality and interaction only 20 students will be accepted. A few spots are still open. Register now at or call 403-410-3803.

About Jeff Nelson MBA

Jeff Nelson is the president of Anduro Marketing, a Calgary, Alberta based company he and business partner Damon James started in 2001. Anduro Marketing is an established leader in the dynamic field of online marketing, which involves strategies and techniques designed to increase site traffic and online presence, qualified leads, and sales revenues for its customers.

Jeff has an MBA (Haskayne School of Business) and a BA from the University of Alberta. His career encompasses 15 years in the IT industry, specifically sales and marketing, and two years as a quality assurance and business consultant. Jeff's consulting assignments include Internet marketing, business intelligence reporting, process re-engineering, designing and implementing ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems, and developing competitor benchmark comparisons. He is also a sessional business instructor at the University of Calgary and at Mount Royal College. When not busy with work, Jeff likes to spend time baking bread and pies - strawberry rhubarb is a particular specialty.

About Doug Lacombe, MBA

Doug Lacombe, president of communicatto, a Calgary social media agency, is a 20-year media and web-publishing veteran with considerable experience in digital and social media. Doug has senior level management experience in the newspaper, software, wireless, and newswire industries. In 1995 Doug was one of the first people to put a daily newspaper on the web in Canada at the Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

In 2000, after completing his MBA degree at the University of Saskatchewan, he travelled around the world assisting international newspapers in publishing to the web. From 2001 – 2003 he worked at TELUS Mobility, launching such wireless standards as TELUS' first BlackBerry, as well as WiFi hotspots, the 1X network, and various wireless business applications. In 2004 Doug returned to his news roots, taking the helm in the Prairie region at Canada Newswire, where he eventually became Vice-President of Western Canada, guiding Western Canada's largest corporations in public and investor relations. Doug left CNW in 2009 to start Calgary social media consultancy communicatto.

When not tweeting or writing strategy documents, Doug enjoys walking his dog, occasional runs on the treadmill, tweetups and meetups, and industrial quantities of science fiction. Pizza is also good.

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