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Winners of our First Emerging Professional Scholarships: Sarah Curran and Kate Bloomburg with Chapter President Peggy Fleming
Digital Analytics Workshop with WebSpec
Kathy Holdefer asks a question of Erin Moynihan about Best Practices for Working with the Media
Sharing Good Times
2016 Annual Members Only Holiday Luncheon
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How to Use This Website

The Greater Des Moines Chapter website resides within the national organization's website. To navigate around the chapter website, use the menu on the left side of our pages. To navigate the national level website, use the horizontal navigation bar across the top of the page.

About Us

We provide a supportive and collaborative environment for professionals from all communications disciplines in Central Iowa. Join us for continuing education, professional development, mentoring, and networking opportunities.

Professional Development and Skill Building Programming

We typically offer monthly professional development programs from September thru May with skill building workshops and informal discussion meetings throughout the year. Here's what's coming next.


June 21, 2017 - SEO: The Changing Tide

Think you know everything about Search Engine Optimization? Just when you have it figured out - it changes! We are offering another of our skill-building workshops to bring us up-to-date.

Micholyn Fajen has prepared a brand-new 2-hour workshop just for AWC entitled SEO: The Changing Tide. As the demand to measure everything we market grows fiercely strong, SEO delivers data-driven evidence for our marketing and advertising promises. But behind this big data, are we missing some of the most important performance indicators?

Top 3 takeaways:

  1. Could advertising be killing your SEO?
  2. How using social media metrics can improve your SEO
  3. Big data and how it relates to behavioral economics

This event will be held at IMPACT Community Action Partnership on University Ave in Des Moines from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Seating is limited.

Register Now for SEO: The Changing Tide

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