Amsive Digital Teaching SEO Class at New York University Amsive Digital Published: October 24, 2013 2 min read Categories: News Starting November 12, 2013 Ruben Quinones, of New York search and social agency Amsive Digital, will be teaching a course at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies called “Search Engine Optimization and Site Traffic”. This course is part of the Digital Publishing program offered at NYU. This course will take place over a set of 6 sessions every Tuesday from November 12th 2013 to December 17th 2013 from 645pm-845pm. To sign up click here. “Achieving high rankings on search engines is the key to attracting traffic to your site and to achieving your online goals. If you are a content creator or publishing professional, learn the best practices of search engine optimization (SEO) for reaching your desired audience. With a few simple techniques, easily achieve high rankings on search engines like Google or Bing. Learn how to integrate an effective SEO strategy into the editorial process and how a niche site should approach SEO. In addition, examine how to build incremental traffic from referring sites like StumbleUpon and Digg.” – NYU About Ruben Quinones Ruben Quinones, as Director of New Media at New York Based Search and Social marketing agency Amsive Digital, leads the action and development of social media marketing and oversees strategic campaigns for major clients. Ruben also serves as an adjunct professor at New York University teaching several Digital Marketing courses. About Amsive Digital Amsive Digital is a leading New York City SEO and Social Media marketing agency aimed at providing results for a wide breadth of clientele anywhere from national to regional to local business brands. AmsiveDigital employs a unique approach to paid search management, organic site optimizations and social media marketing. AmsiveDigital’s diverse team of media professionals encompass an expertise which extends from traditional marketing methods to new media as well as experience in both local and national markets.