We're going to SMX London - and we have a discount for you!

Posted by Mal Darwen on 23 Mar, 2011
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Wordtracker's discount code for SMX Advanced London 2011

15% discount code on any SMX Advanced London pass - WORDTRACKER011

SMX London is a very popular search marketing event which attracts some fantastic speakers with great ideas, as well as professionals who want to learn more about their craft. Wordtracker went along last year and managed to get 111 top tips and takeaways to share with our readers. The agenda for this year's conference is going to be of interest to anyone engaged in search marketing - from the Keynote Address, which will look at some of the massive changes in the industry over the past year, there will be two tracks to follow each day - on day one, the Advanced SEO Track and the Advanced Paid Search Track will take you through current best practices and share technical and practical information about campaigns. Day two's tracks will be Issues and Tactics, and Vertical SEM - looking at Analytics, Social Signals, Ad Leverage and ... Extreme Makeover, The SEO Edition (is it really possible to take a site from nowhere to top rankings in three months?). As well as the consistently knowledgeable speakers, SMX has a lot going for it, with free wi-fi (how else are you going to live blog it?), great food, and an audience who has gone along with the specific purpose of learning more and meeting others. There's a small chance that some of those attending might meet for a quick beer afterwards too ... SMX Advanced is being held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre on 16th and 17th May 2011 - I recommend you go along, it's probably one of the most informative conferences of its kind. Remember, you can get a 15% discount on any SMX Advanced ticket (full or networking) with this code: WORDTRACKER011 See you there - do come and say hi.

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