20% discount for SES London 2012

Posted by Justin Deaville on 31 Jan, 2012
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Get a 20% discount to SES London 2012 with this Wordtracker special offer

Google's digital marketing evangelist, Avinash Kaushik, will be giving the keynote speech at this year's SES London conference.

His blog, Occam's Razor, and his best selling books, Web Analytics: An Hour A Day and Web Analytics 2.0, are required reading for online marketers. It's a great opportunity for UK audiences to hear him speak.

You can get 20% off entry to SES London when you quote this discount code: Word

SES London attracts leading experts in search marketing. The event is dedicated to enabling attendees to examine their online strategies for 2012.

SES London 2012 discount

You get three days of instant insights into search, social and analytics from the industry’s brightest minds. 

  • Learn how to optimize your website for the most efficient crawling and indexing. 
  • Use keyword analysis to discover top converting words and phrases for optimum conversion. 
  • Make link building for super ranking in the major search engines second nature. 
  • Tackle local, mobile, video, analytics and social media.

In fact, become your own leading search marketing expert. And while you're at it, network and mix with your peers and the leading vendors and suppliers in the industry.

SES London will take place from 20-24 February 2012 at the QEII Conference Centre in London. 

Get 20% off entry to SES London when you quote this discount code: Word



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