Save the Date: SMX East is back in NYC Oct 24-26
Mark your calendars for SMX East: October 24-26! Don’t miss your only chance this year to attend the largest search marketing conference on the East Coast.
An agenda obsessed with SEO & SEM!
SMX is the only conference series dedicated to search marketing. There are tactic-rich keynotes, sessions and clinics programmed just for you, whether you’re a performance marketer, content marketer, demand gen or brand specialist. Here’s the skinny of what you’ll get by attending:
SEO topics focus on getting found in this mobile-first search world. We’ll discuss the new Periodic Table of SEO Success Factors so you’re up to date on what’s important… and what’s not. We’ll also dive deep on working within Google’s the mobile-friendly accelerated mobile pages (AMP) framework. We’re also super excited for SEO & Social: A Match Made In Marketing Heaven because we’re focused on that opportunity right now.
For you SEMs, it’s all about conversion, testing and optimization. There are multiple sessions focused on paid search and social, audience targeting and much more. I’m particularly interested in Greg Sterling’s Competitive Research For SEM session.
We’ll also feature content for specialist in the Mobile/Local/Retail, Brand/Strategies and Data/Analytics tracks. Are you struggling to understand attribution and improving the way you measure the success of your digital marketing efforts? Ginny Marvin’s session on multi-channel attribution is one to watch.
Stay tuned for the complete agenda which is due out in a few weeks!
Or, register today for the lowest conference rate we’ll offer. You save $400 off on-site rates by registering now. Hotel availability and rates are their best now too. Reserve accommodations at the official conference hotel when you register.
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