IC Media Direct Was Invited to LeadsCon in Las Vegas

Since 2007, LeadsCon has showcased a conference that allows companies to meet and discuss topics.

New York, NY - March 25, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Every year, in Las Vegas, NV, LeadsCon receives the leaders in online performance marketing. The newest conference will gather more than 5,000 influencers and attendees at the Venetian Luxury Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. Speakers will include businesses, potential customers, and marketing veterans. On behalf of the brand repair and reputation management industry, IC Media Direct will join other major companies at the event.

Since 2007, LeadsCon has showcased a conference that allows companies to meet and discuss topics to gain a new understanding of Vertical Media (those in a particular industry), online advertising, and Lead Generation. It attracts premier firms including Zillow, LexisNexis, Facebook, Google, and other companies specializing in the fields of advertising, social media, customer service, and sales. All elements of the diverse industry have overcome radical changes with the expansion of Internet, with clients and companies quickly losing control over what can be written about them online.

The LeadsCon summit aims to tackle issues that businesses face in the ever-changing marketplace. One example that the conference is discussing in-depth, is the future of YouTube. Several panels will consider how video and other platforms are driving advertising growth and lead generation campaigns for specific businesses and the broader industry as a whole. In its 20-year history, IC Media Direct has been able to evolve and adapt to the various needs of consumers through Internet activity, allowing its high-quality services to benefit hundreds of clients. The firm’s perfected method of re-establishing a positive online presence for individuals has helped people build a status online that best matches their offline personas. In line with the conferences' theme, representatives from the agency will be available to discuss online advertising and reputation repair, and explain how they can control branded search results.

Founded in 1996, IC Media Direct pre-dates Google and has evolved alongside industry trends, thereby offering the latest strategies and methods for managing online reputation of businesses and individuals. Their extensive knowledge of SEO and online reputation allows them to offer 100% control over search results on Google and comparable search engines. Based in New York and Washington DC, IC Media Direct delivers reliable progress-driven online reputation management services in today's technology-driven society. Repeated attendee at industry conferences including LeadsCon, Affiliate Summit, Leadership Forum New York, and ad:tech, IC Media Direct is a proud supporter of several non-profit organizations, including the Jewish National Fund, the American Jewish World Service, and the AJC Global Jewish Advocacy.

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