Wordtracker at IonSearch 2012

Posted by Mal Darwen on 19 Jun, 2012
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Wordtracker's Mal Darwen spoke about keyword modifiers this year at IonSearch - and here's the video evidence.

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of speaking at IonSearch, a very friendly search marketing conference in its first year, held in Leeds.

Among the other speakers were Lee Odden, Ralph Tegtmeier (the Fantomaster), Dave Snyder and many other accomplished and knowledgeable SEOs sharing their thoughts and experiences.

The food was fantastic, and the venue, The Carriageworks in central Leeds was perfect for the event.

The IonSearch team made video recordings of all of the talks and panels and have been kind enough to share them with the world for free!

I took part in the Killer Keyword Research panel with Jimmy McCann and Roland Dunn.

There are some slides accompanying the talks - you can find mine here, and I'm told the others will be released as well - keep an eye on the IonSearch blog to find them.

They're already planning their 2013 conference so keep an eye on what's likely to be one of the best Search Marketing events you could go to next year.

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