A Business Owner’s Guide to the Largest Search Engine on the Planet
Like it or not Google affects your business. No matter what type of business you have, you want people to visit your website. Yes, there are other search engines. But let’s face it, as the largest search engine on the planet Google basically owns the internet. So you need to understand how to get the most out of it and how to make it work for you and your business.
DFWSEM member Eric McGehearty will present the topic, Navigating Google, A Business Owner’s Guide to the Largest Search Engine on the Planet, at the January Business Xcelerator Happy Hour.
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About the Business Xcelerator Happy Hour
The Business Xcelerator Happy Hour (BXH2) is a networking event with cold drinks, hot food, smart people, and big ideas. Geared toward building professional relationships, it enables business owners and entrepreneurs to come and share great ideas and hard earned wisdom. This event is for business owners and entrepreneurs only.
Without all the trappings of traditional networking events, we are committed to building a monthly event high on relationship building and exceptional idea sharing, but extremely low on commercials, sales pitches, spam, and hype.
Want to get to know other exceptional local business owners and entrepreneurs? The Business Xcelerator Happy Hour is a one of a kind event especially designed to help you build relationships and share big ideas with your peers.
Each BXH2 event also features a 35-45 minute Idea Share presentation from a local business expert. This month features is Eric McGehearty from GlobeRunner.
January 29, 2015
5:30pm – 7:30pm
1090 Texan Trail
Grapevine, TX 76051
About Eric McGehearty
Eric is the CEO of GlobeRunner, a Dallas based digital marketing firm. Founded in 2008 the agency is one of the fastest-growing online marketing companies in Texas. Eric received his Masters degree from the University of North Texas, where he honed both his creative vision and his dedication to hard work.
Eric is also an award-winning sculptor whose work has been exhibited in galleries and museums across the United States. He believes that being an artist helps him to envision creative solutions—one of the reasons behind his success in business.
Picture courtesy of Ross Patterson at XM Performance.