Anastasia Holdren Selected to Conduct AdWords Seminars
Nashville, Tenn. October 24, 2006 — Anastasia Holdren has been selected by Google to conduct a series of AdWords training seminars. Holdren, vice president of Sitening, a Nashville-based SEO and Web design firm, will help prospective and existing Google advertisers better understand and benefit from their AdWords campaigns.
Holdren was selected from members of the Google Advertising Professionals Program to develop and host seminars in select cities across the U.S. Two sold-out California seminars were conducted in September. A third seminar — now sold out — is scheduled for the Boston area later this month.
The seminars, titled “AdWords™ Seminars For Success,” are conducted in full-day or half-day tracks. Holdren teaches the beginner/intermediate track. Seminar fees are $249 for a full-day track or $149 for the afternoon-only track. Attendees receive admission to the seminar, curriculum materials, refreshments throughout the day, a $50 AdWords advertising credit, a USB thumb drive with all seminar materials and other Google goodies.
Holdren became a Google Advertising Professional Qualified Individual in January 2005. Since then she has helped numerous clients build and optimize their AdWords campaigns. She has ten years experience managing Web technology projects and online marketing programs. Before joining Sitening, she managed the Web departments for two Nashville-based custom publishing companies.
Holdren started her career in the Boston area. Before moving to Nashville, she worked for The Boston Globe’s website Boston.com and a Boston-area Web consulting agency. Stasia has worked for a wide range of clients, including Osram Sylvania, Harvard Business School Executive Education, eMarketer.com, NashvillePost.com, Cannondale, Air Jamaica, the National Federation of Independent Business, Psychiatric Services and TravelCenters of America.
To learn more about the seminars or request a seminar in your city, visit Google’s website: http://www.google.com/awseminars.