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Plastic Surgery Marketing Firm Rosemont Media to Attend Baker Gordon 2013 Symposium

Rosemont Media Will Attend the 2013 Baker Gordon Symposium in Miami, FL to Participate in the Educational Forums and Help Plastic Surgeons Further Promote Their Practices Online

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- The 47th Annual Baker Gordon Symposium will be held February 14-16, 2013, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Miami, FL. The plastic surgery marketing team from Rosemont Media will be in attendance at the educational symposium, which is jointly sponsored by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and The University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School.

Rosemont Media has been helping plastic surgeons craft their online practices with a combination of medical website design and search marketing since 2008. CEO Keith Humes says events such as the Baker Gordon Symposium not only allow the firm to stay on top of the latest advancements in the field of cosmetic enhancement and reconstructive surgery, but also give his team a chance to spend time with clients and meet new innovators in the plastic surgery industry: "Symposiums and conferences like this have always been a priority for us. They give us a chance to catch up with clients, meet some new friends, and expand our understanding of the technology, the passion, and the plastic surgery community as a whole."

The Rosemont Media consulting team will be discussing the various services and products the firm offers at Booth 74 in the Ashe Auditorium. Humes says they get a wide variety of questions each year, with topics ranging from search engine optimization to social media marketing. However, he adds that mobile website design will likely be the hot topic at the 2013 symposium with all the attention the mobile landscape has garnered over the past year.

The firm will be attending more tradeshows this year than in years past, which Humes says is a testament to the importance of events of this nature. As highlighted in a recent post on the firm's blog, "Rosemont Media to Attend Baker Gordon 2013 Symposium," this event will kick off a busy year for the search marketing team. With plans to attend conferences across the US sponsored by organizations such as ASAPS and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), as well as the premier event in Australia sponsored by the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Humes says he is very excited about 2013.

About Rosemont Media
Rosemont Media is the modern version of the ad agency, combining traditional strategies with website design and search marketing campaigns. The agency focuses on compatibility at every stage by providing a comprehensive package of products and services under one roof: custom website design and in-depth consultations to help plastic surgeons promote their practices online and off. CEO Keith Humes founded the company in 2008 with market exclusivity as a guiding principle to ensure a competitive edge for each client. He is available for interview upon request.

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