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How to Grab Optimum Search-Engine Rankings for Your Site

While there are any number of web eMarketing firms that promise to significantly boost your company's rankings on search engines, finding one that delivers on this oath demands some careful shopping, according to industry experts. Learn how to find reputable search-engine-optimization companies, as well as tips for companies that have brought SEO in-house, by reading "Search Engine Optimization" in the July issue of SEMA News.

Stay on Top of Vehicle Technology Challenges: SEMA and CAR Show You How

In a multi-phased series of specialty-equipment industry forecasting reports, SEMA and the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) will provide insight to help members increase the understanding and awareness of vehicle technology challenges and opportunities to support their business development and planning efforts.

The Five Fundamentals of Successful Internet Marketing

In SEMA's July 16 webinar presentation, Brian Offenberger, CEO of the Aftermarketer Club, shared the five fundamentals for success with Internet marketing.

SEMA Council and Committee Election Results Are In

The results of the SEMA council and committee select committee elections are final.

Early Field Starts to Form at the Pinewood Drag Race

More than 30 racers, including representatives of the industry’s leading companies and three consecutive SEMA chairmen, are tuning up their pinewood dragsters and filling out the brackets for the second annual SEMA Pinewood Drag Race, presented by eBay Motors, scheduled August 1, at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California.

Internet Symposium: Expert Online Marketing Panelists Share Success Stories

What should you do with a $10,000 internet marketing budget? Attend the 2009 SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the Street Performance Council for real answers, not theory, from a panel of industry experts.

The Fine Line Between Employee Privacy and Monitoring

Surely as a business owner you can monitor the usage of your employee's equipment to determine any misconduct, right? Not exactly. Protecting employee privacy rights is at the core of an ever-changing body of state and federal law.
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