Google, Microsoft Keynoting SMX Advanced – Register Now, 50% Of Tickets Sold
Year after year, SMX Advanced delivers the most influential personalities in search marketing as keynote speakers. This year is no exception.
Google’s spam team lead Matt Cutts will take questions directly from the audience in his “You&A” keynote, an SMX Advanced tradition. Bring your questions and don’t miss the opportunity to meet Matt!
Highlighting the second day will be Microsoft’s Gurdeep Singh Pall, corporate vice president for the Information Platform & Experience team. He’ll talk with Search Engine Land founding editor Danny Sullivan about new directions in search, including Bing’s evolution from a web-centric search engine to a service that spans devices.
In addition to keynotes, SMX Advanced offers sessions that are fast-paced, sophisticated and don’t slow down to explain basic concepts. You’ll learn tactics and best practices from internet marketing thought leaders in SEO, paid search advertising, social media marketing, mobile search and more. See the agenda for sessions you won’t find anywhere else, including:
- New PPC Best Practices In An Enhanced Campaign World
- Legit Link Acquisition: Master Class
- From Microdata & Schema To Rich Snippets: Markup For The Advanced SEO
- Maps & Metros: Surviving And Thriving In Local Search
Register Now, Tickets Limited
SMX Advanced has sold out every year since it launched in 2007, so early pre-registration is recommended. Half of the available tickets have already been sold, so don’t delay!
Register today. You get all of the sessions, keynotes, networking activities and special events that make Search Marketing Expo conferences famous. Interested in sending your team? Save an additional 10%-20% with our group packages.
Additional SMX Advanced Info:
- Don’t take our word for it, see what past attendees have said
- Where to stay
- See who’s exhibiting
- Extend your learning with an in-depth post-conference workshop
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