Free Nov. 8 Seminar: Google Tips For Growing Your Organization

Free Nov. 8 Seminar: Google Tips For Growing Your Organization

Kane County business, government and nonprofit leaders can discover the insider tips and tactics to effectively use Google and Search Marketing at a free Nov. 8 seminar at the Kane County Government Center.

The seminar will be held in the auditorium of Building A at the Kane County Government Center, 719 S. Batavia Ave., Geneva.

Sponsored by the Kane County Development And Community Services Department ( and Autumn Consulting ( the seminar promises to help find ways to help organizations grow without adding employees.

“Most organizations have mixed results using a website and social media to grow,” said Nathan Misirian, president of Autumn Consulting and presenter of the Nov. 8 seminar. “Often they hire an employee or a contractor who has a narrow expertise but doesn’t produce the expected results.”

In this interactive and practical seminar, you can learn how your website can add more visitors, deepen visitor engagement and measure visitor interaction.

The seminar takes place from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, at the Kane County Government Center, Building A, 19 S. Batavia Ave., Geneva.

Who should attend?

  • Privately-held business and nonprofit organizations.
  • Senior leaders (presidents, vice presidents, executive directors).
  • Marketing leaders, such as directors and managers.
  • Sales, business development, and fund development leaders.

About Nathan Misirian


As a Google Insider with 20-plus years of experience, Nathan Misirian combines asking good questions and practical tips that helps businesses and nonprofits add more visitors, improve customer service, and increase online engagement. He understands marketing challenges through working for four years in a nonprofit and seven years in a Fortune 500 company before founding Autumn Consulting.

Misirian has a bachelor’s degree in education and an MBA degree. He’s completed more than 300 engagements leading him to travel throughout North America and Europe.

SOURCE: Kane County Development Department, Autumn Consulting

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