Free Event to Take Place on Wednesday, April 28st at 11 AM EST
Portsmouth, NH – Yeoman Technologies announced today that they will be delivering a webinar entitled “Google vs. the World; the Battle for Search and Sales.” The webinar, which will take place live on Wednesday, April 28st 2010 at 11 AM EST, will discuss Google’s online impact beyond search.
According to Yeoman Technology President and event presenter Mike Healey, “Google exists as a major search engine and is the #1 most visited website in the world. However, that lead is continuing to erode as the Internet becomes more silo’d.” Healey continued, “Google’s response has been to expand out beyond their core search, adding social networking, content, and even ecommerce over the years. The result has been a further fragmentation online.”
This session will reveal just how big Google’s influence really is and how a “Google centric” shop compares to a non-Google shop in terms of competitive advantage online.
Please note that the webinar is geared toward manufacturers, publishers, and tech firms that create, publish, or build original products. It is not designed for retailers or service organizations. Those outside the intended audience will be admitted only if space is available. Interested executives may register at the following link: http://www.yeomantechnologies.com/events.html.
Michael Healey is the founder and President of Yeoman Technologies. He has over 20 years of experience in technology and software integration. Mike previously served as CTO at GreenPages Technology Solutions and President of network integrator TENCorp, which was acquired in 2006.
He is also a Senior Contributing Editor and Analyst for InformationWeek. He has a BA in operations management from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and an MBA from Babson College.
About Yeoman Technologies:
Yeoman Technologies (www.yeomantechnologies.com) helps customers optimize their Internet sales and distribution models. Yeoman was founded based on some simple beliefs about technology and its impact an organization. We believe that technology is a core part of every business, that any investment in technology needs to be directly correlated to its impact on sales, and that sales operations need to be regularly reviewed to see how external technology advances have changed the way products are delivered to customers.