Las Vegas, NV (PressExposure) April 19, 2011 -- It promises to be the most anticipated internet marketing seminar in history. Ultimate Traffic Tactics is providing attendees with a chance to rub elbows with and hear from some of the top experts in the IM world. The high powered event will offer an after-hours VIP mixer, social media seminars, internet marketing conferences and there will even be a real-time launch right in front of attendees' eyes. With event tickets being over $1000, event organizers are now offering two chances for seminar goers to receive cheaper and even free tickets by visiting the Ultimate Traffic Tactics website.
The Atlanta internet marketing seminar is being held in Midtown Atlanta on April 29, 2011, right in the midst of nightlife, museums, entertainment and much more. The traffic seminar will offer real, walk-the-talk traffic strategies, a Traffic Rolodex and JV rolodex that will surpass any other, master JV venture methods, and more.
To receive cheaper tickets, attendees need only visit the Ultimate Traffic Tactics website. From there, visitors will have two chances to save money. Tickets to the event normally cost $1,497 but seminar goers can purchase tickets directly from the website at a discount of 67%.
There is also a chance for attendees to receive free tickets. For each seminar goer who makes hotel reservations from the Ultimate Traffic Tactics website, a free ticket to the event will be given away. This super-luxury hotel only has limited room so event organizers urge all attendees to book as fast as possible.
About http://www.ultimatetraffictactics.com/: Ultimate Traffic Tactics Atlanta Internet Marketing seminar is being held in Midtown Atlanta on April 29th, 2011. Offering seminar goers a chance to rub elbows with elite marketers in the industry. With a VIP mixer party and plenty of traffic and internet marketing tips and tactics, the event promises to be one of the most anticipated internet marketing conferences in history. There will even be a real-time launch right in front of attendees' very eyes.