Still wondering whether to attend SMX East in New York on October 4-6? You can get a great overview of what to expect from the show from SMX East: A Personal Tour By Danny Sullivan, where Danny talks about the content and structure we’ve developed for the show.
Like Danny, I’m really excited about this conference, but I want to highlight what makes the content and structure really sing—our exceptional lineup of world-class speakers.
In creating SMX shows, we begin by asking for input from the community of search marketers. We distill the best concepts and combine them with our own ideas about the hot topics in search marketing to create an agenda, then ask for people to tell us why they should speak on particular panels.
Selecting speakers for SMX East this year was both gratifying and agonizing, because we received an unprecedented number of really good pitches and had to turn away far more speakers than we accepted. It’s no exaggeration to say that every single panel will showcase the knowledge and insights of people who are not only experts on a topic, but who have pushed the envelope and will be presenting new approaches or valuable lessons learned from taking their own search marketing campaigns to a higher level.
Have a look at the SMX East speaker roster—you won’t find a more impressive gathering of industry luminaries and up-and-coming search marketing stars anywhere.
Our speakers will be covering topics both diverse and varied—you can choose from 60 sessions on search engine marketing topics including search engine optimization, paid search advertising and social media marketing on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
And even better, if you register now you gain the benefits of our early bird discount. We’re also offering team discounts for groups of three or more from your organization. But don’t delay. The early bird discount expires Friday, September 10th.
I hope you’ll join us at SMX East this year to experience first-hand this unparalleled convergence of knowledge and insight about all aspects of search marketing. Oh, and did I mention the parties and in-person networking? See you there!