Live @ SMX Advanced: The Crazy, Complicated Technical Issues That Completely Sabotage The Best SEO Efforts

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At SMX Advanced, everyone is a master of the technical basics — 301 redirects, canonicalization, HTTP status codes. But even battle-scarred veterans can run into serious challenges when they dive into web site infrastructure, and find that things get a lot more complicated. URL parameter facets + pagination + canonicalization? Mobile + international versions? AJAX multiget calls? And if you don’t solve these issues, the fantastic content you’ve developed may never be indexed.

Need a life-preserver, anyone?

Our speakers on the The Crazy, Complicated Technical Issues That Completely Sabotage The Best SEO Efforts panel at SMX Advanced have been there, done that – and are standing by to help with any rescue operations you may need to undertake, whether you saw them coming or not. In this session, our expert panel of experienced SEOs will jump directly into the most complex and advanced technical issues you might face and give you real, detailed answers with step-by-step implementation options.

The Crazy, Complicated Technical Issues That Completely Sabotage The Best SEO Efforts is one of more than two-dozen info-packed sessions on June 11 and 12 at our always sold-out SMX Advanced conference and exhibition in Seattle. Check out the agenda for SMX Advanced and register now!

Looking forward to seeing you in Seattle!

Related Topics: Channel: Other | SEM Industry: Conferences | SEM Industry: Search Marketing Expo - SMX | SMX & DMD Alerts

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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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  • Stefan

    Anyone grap screenshots fo Google’s (Maile Ohye) presentation?

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