Hail Mike King, WAMA’s Next Guest Speaker!

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All rise Warriors! Let us welcome the next Warrior Ask Me Anything’s (WAMA) guest speaker, Mike King. This SEO expert will join us on Thursday, January 22 at 5PM EST for a discussion about a wide range of topics like SEO, analytics, content marketing, social media marketing and coding, to name a few.

Mike King is an artist and a technologist. He founded the successful boutique digital marketing studio, iPullRank. He does consulting work with companies all over the world. Some of the brands he’s worked for are SAP, American Express, HSBC, SanDisk, General Mills, and FTD. He has held numerous posts such as Marketing Director, Developer, and tactical SEO at multi-national agencies such as Publicis Modem and Razorfish. This independent rapper is now a prolific and dynamic speaker who participates in various conferences worldwide. Here are some of the topics which he’ll discuss:

  1. Measurement

  2. User Acquisition

  3. Marketing Automation

  4. Product Development

  5. Creative Development

  6. Helping Businesses Achieve their Goals

So register and reserve your FREE seat now to participate in our WAMA this Thursday, January 22 at 5PM EST.  Don’t forget to tune in at this link.  If you are a War Room member, this event will be available inside the War Room shortly after the event wraps up. We hope to see you at Warrior Forum when we all listen to Mike King, participate in the discussion, and learn about SEO, analytics, and social media marketing!

About WAMA: Warrior Ask Me Anything (WAMA) events are Q&A video interviews where Warriors can ask questions and get free advice from industry leaders and online marketing experts.

Posted 22 January, 2015


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