Google To Keynote At SMX Local & Mobile

michael_jones.jpg I’m delighted to announce that Michael T. Jones, Chief Technologist of Google Earth, Google Maps, and Google Local Search, will be delivering the keynote address on Monday at our inaugural SMX Local & Mobile Conference in Denver. Michael will be offering an inside look at Google’s various local and mapping services, and will also talk about the trends, future directions, and opportunities for search marketers in the local space.

Google is participating on several other panels at the conference, including Introducing the Local Search Engines, Mobile Search: Beyond 10 Blue Links, and The Future of LoMo: When Technologies Collide. Also speaking at the conference are representatives from AOL, Ask.com, Microsoft, and Yahoo, as well as other key industry players including InfoSpace, Mapquest, Nokia, and many others too numerous to list.

There’s still time to reserve your spot at the conference and hear these industry leaders, along with a host of experienced search marketers, offer tons of actionable tips and tactics for ramping up your local and mobile search marketing campaigns. Want to know more? Here’s the agenda, and a link to the registration page. Act now—there are just three days left until the conference.

See you in Denver next week!

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About The Author: (@CJSherman) is a Founding Editor of SearchEngineLand.com and President of Searchwise LLC, a Boulder Colorado based Web consulting firm. He also programs and co-chairs the Search Marketing Expo - SMX conference series.

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