Internet Marketers of New York Hits The Big Apple

A new organization has been launched specifically for Internet marketers named Internet Marketers of New York. The organization had its first meet last week, and I heard it was a huge success (sorry I didn’t make it, I totally forgot). Greg Niland (aka GoodROI) dreamed up this organization, with a few other founding members. I asked Greg to give me a little something to post here, so here it is:

We are an interactive monthly forum for experienced Internet marketers to connect with each other in a relaxed atmosphere. Many great Internet marketers work from home and have no easy way to personally connect with people that understand the complex workings of Internet marketing. Often I have wanted to talk with other smart people in the industry without having to travel six hours to attend a conference. One day I realized New York never sleeps and Internet marketing never stops either, so it was easy to connect them and start a local group here. We are looking for fun, motivated smart people in the industry to join us.

I am not sure if I am allowed to mention who are the current members yet, right now some are mentioned here. The only way to get invited to these meetings is to be nominated by current members. The next meeting will be mid-January some time. Nice work Greg!

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  • http://www.semportland.com Todd Mintz

    I want to let folks know that in Portland, Oregon, we have an organization similar to Internet Marketers of New York. Check out the Search Engine Marketers of Portland website at http://www.semportland.com . Please pardon our temporary website…we’re going to launch our permanent site shortly.

  • http://www.seroundtable.com rustybrick

    Thanks for sharing Todd.

  • http://dallas-seo.blogspot.com Mark Barrera

    For anyone in the Dallas/Fort Worth area we have the Dallas/Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing Association. The website is http://www.dfwsem.org

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