|Famous Rhodes of eBay Motors joins a lineup of prestigious marketing experts at the 2009 Online Marketing Conference.|
According to Forrester/Jupiter research, eBay represent 45%–50% of all online sales of automotive parts. Famous Rhodes, director, eBay Motors, will show you how to sell successfully online at the Online Marketing Conference. Rhodes joins the following lineup of prestigious speakers on Monday, November 2, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, room N252, during the 2009 SEMA Show:
- Mike Moran, bestselling author and Chief Strategist at Converseon will go behind the curtain to teach “The Skinflint’s Guide to Generating Free Website Traffic.”
- Perry Marshall, CEO, Perry Marshall & Associates, and member of the "secret society" of Internet marketing experts, is admired and envied for his ability to produce millions in profits for his students repeatedly with Google AdWords.
- Bill Leake, CEO Apogee Search, will teach "How to Turn More Website Visitors Into Customers." Leake created the world's first million-dollar online business and his interactive marketing agency is one of the 20 largest in North America.
- Dave Kerpen, CEO, The KBuzz, is the 2008 winner for excellence in Word of Mouth Marketing, and a man who married his bride at a baseball game with more than $100,000 in charitable sponsorships. He knows all about promoting in treacherous times.
Aftermarket professionals working towards an AAP (Automotive Aftermarket Professional) or MAAP (Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional) certificate earn 0.5 continuing education credits (CEUs) towards certification by attending the Online Marketing Conference.
Cost to attend the Online Marketing conference is $199 for SEMA members, $299 for non-members (both include SEMA Show registration fee). For those already registered for the Show, the cost drops to $174 for SEMA members, $274 for non-members.
The conference comes with a satisfaction guarantee. If any attendee is not happy with the Online Marketing Conference, their registration will be refunded plus an additional $100.
For more details and registration, go to www.SEMAonlinemarketingconference.com. Don't wait—seating is limited.