Search Marketing Expo - SMX London dates announced
Rising Media and Third Door Media, producers of the Search Marketing Expo conference series, have announced details of SMX London 2012.
Now in its 5th year, SMX London is programmed by search authorities Chris Sherman and Danny Sullivan, editors of Search Engine Land, the leading news blog for search engine marketers. The event will be held on 15/16 May 2012 at Chelsea Football Club and hosted by Chris Sherman and Danny Sullivan, the acknowledged industry thought leaders on search marketing.
Delegates fluent in search marketing will learn advanced skills designed to help them maximise the results of marketing campaigns and optimise the visibility of their web site. SMX London also provides a forum for delegates to communicate with the search engines themselves.
Cutting-edge content on search engine optimization (SEO), paid search advertising (PPC), social media marketing, local and mobile search marketing, landing page conversions and more will be featured. Structured networking opportunities, including the SMX online social networking tool, enable delegates to meet each other both before the conference and in-person.
For those less experienced in search marketing, SMX will be running an additional one day conference experience on 14th May – The SMX Boot Camp. This popular addition to the SMX programme comes to London for the first time this year. SMX Boot Camp will feature sessions designed to help delegates implement traffic and revenue boosting SEM techniques.
International Search Summit
This International Search Summit will be running as part of SMX on 14th May. The one day summit, programmed by WebCertain, will complement the advanced content of SMX, focusing on the complexities, challenges and opportunities of international search and social media marketing. If you are targeting multiple languages, countries and cultures this event will arm you with a wealth of ideas, techniques and solutions to implement in your campaigns.
Register before 3rd February 2012 to take advantage of the lowest-available super early bird rates: