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Perry Belcher Holds Traffic and Conversion Summit in San Francisco

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Perry Belcher, author of several informative books on SEO and marketing, led the Traffic and Conversion Summit in San Francisco for more than 2,000 participants.

San Francisco, California – March 13, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Perry Belcher co-creator of the Traffic and Conversion Summit, spoke to more than 2000 people on topics concerning entrepreneurs and business owners. The live event was held in San Francisco and featured Perry Belcher along with co-owner of Digital Marketer Ryan Deiss, speaking about a variety of topics along with noted presenters such as Guy Kawasaki, Jody Underhill, Tucker Max, Timothy Ferriss. The keynote speaker for the event was none other than William Shatner, television celebrity and, most recently, spokesperson for Priceline.

Perry Belcher is a noted SEO expert and the Summit was designed to focus on ways to increase sales in today’s online environments. Search engine optimization is one of the most beneficial methods of increasing website traffic and sales, and Perry and his colleagues shared information on trends and data about online methods of e-commerce, e-publishing, email marketing, local search engine optimization and international sales.

Attendees learned many of the tips and techniques that are published in Perry Belcher’s works. These include the Number One Book System, the Equity Investors Network and the Secret Selling System along with the book How To Raise Money for Your Business.

With the help of Perry Belcher and the Traffic and Conversion Summit, thousands of individuals were able to learn more about how to operate an online business successfully.

About Perry Belcher: Perry Belcher is an entrepreneur who has enjoyed tremendous success in many fields and is eager to share his knowledge and experience with others who want to make a living by operating their own businesses.

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Contact Info:
Name: T. Collin
Email: tyler@swellmarketing.net
Address: 16400 Pacific Coast Hwy. Suite 218, Huntington Beach, CA. 92649
Phone: (949) 494-0007
Organization: Perry Belcher

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