Court Cunningham CEO of Yodle, Inc. to Speak at ILM:09, BIA/Kelsey’s Annual Interactive Local Med
Annual Interactive Local Media Conference, Dec. 9-11 in Los Angeles
Yodle, Inc. (http://www.yodle.com) today announced that Court Cunningham, Yodle’s CEO, will be a featured speaker at Interactive Local Media 2009 (ILM:09), BIA/Kelsey’s annual local search and interactive local media conference, taking place Dec. 9-11, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. Cunningham will participate on a panel titled, Making Money With/For SMBs scheduled at 1:30pm PST on day 2 of the conference.
“I’m excited to be a part of BIA/Kelsey’s Interactive Local Marketing conference this year,” said Yodle, Inc. CEO Court Cunningham. “In an increasingly complex advertising marketplace, we are finding that online advertising is the most effective way for local, small businesses to generate leads and new customers for their business, and is important to have this conversation at industry conferences like this.”
“At ILM:09 top industry executives will share their insights about local search, local mobile, small-business targeting, multi-channel marketing, ad networks, community and the investment climate,” said Conference Cochairman Matt Booth, senior vice president and program director, Interactive Local Media, BIA/Kelsey. “We are fortunate to have Court Cunningham among our featured speakers, and we look forward to his contribution to the conference program.”
ILM:09 is BIA/Kelsey’s annual conference devoted to digital media with a local focus. This event provides a 360-degree view of the local marketplace, covering a range of important topics, including local search, mobile search, Internet Yellow Pages, vertical directories, Internet video, online classifieds and social media. For more information about ILM:09, visit http://www.kelseygroup.com/ILM2009.
About Yodle, Inc.
Yodle, http://www.yodle.com, a leader in local online advertising, connects local businesses with consumers in a process so simple and cost-effective that business owners can’t imagine any other way to advertise. Yodle, http://www.yodle.com, has developed an integrated approach to signing up and serving local businesses that are transitioning their marketing budgets online. Yodle, http://www.yodle.com, is headquartered in New York, NY with a presence in 25 major cities across the United States and has hundreds of employees helping thousands of customers.