Presentation of the book Marketing Online 2.0 at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Alicante

Fernando Maciá

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Cover page of Marketing online 2.0 by Fernando MaciáFernando Maciá presents for the first time in the city of Alicante his book“Marketing Online 2.0: How to attract and retain customers on the Internet“. Backed by its success on, after only a few weeks of being on sale it was the best seller in its category, thanks to its globalized and current perspective on online marketing. The online marketing sector is advancing by leaps and bounds, so finding new strategies, tools and formulas is key to success. Updating must be constant.

If you are an online marketing lover, you can’t miss it!

Thanks to the great reception that the book is having, on Thursday, February 20 at 19.00 hours, the MACA (Museum of Contemporary Art of Alicante) will host what is already the third presentation in Spain of the book Marketing Online 2.0. This presentation is in addition to those already held in Madrid and Valencia and is organized in collaboration with Aquora Business Education and Anaya Multimedia.

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Fernando Maciá, author of books of great renown in the sector, such as Search Engine Optimization ( 2009) and Advanced Search Engine Optimization Techniques (2011) will give a talk reviewing the evolution of online marketing and its future expectations together with Vicente Ros, Head of Digital at Havas Media. There will also be a book signing and, of course, honorary wines.

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Fernando Maciá
Fernando Maciá
Founder and CEO of Human Level. Expert SEO consultant with more than 20 years of experience. He has been a professor at numerous universities and business schools, and director of the Master in Professional SEO and SEM and the Advanced SEO Course at KSchool. Author of a dozen books on SEO and digital marketing.


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