15% Discount for SMX London in May
For anybody interested in attending the excellent SMX Advanced London in May, I have a 15% discount code BLOGSTORM011
This conference has a very interesting session on day 2 where some top SEO’s are given 3 months to transform a site and then present their results. Should be a great session.
Extreme Makeover, The SEO Edition – Is it really possible to take a site from nowhere to top rankings in 3 months? That’s the challenge we issued to each intrepid speaker on this panel, who volunteered to work on a small business or charity website, each in a different niche, that was ranking on page 5 (or worse) on Google for the site’s main search term. The speaker had 3 months prior to SMX Advanced London to work with website and improve SEO rankings, traffic and revenue. Our speakers will reveal what advice was offered, the changes made—and most importantly, the end result.
Some more details………
SMX Advanced is the only search marketing conference designed exclusively for experienced internet marketers. Sessions are fast-paced, Q&A-packed, frequently controversial, always informative…and don’t stop to cover the basics. Fluent in search engine marketing? Come to SMX Advanced and engage with others who speak your native language.
Be a leader among the leaders in search marketing by attending. Influencing industry developments is an essential mission of SMX Advanced, which connects search marketers, decision makers from the search engines, and other key industry stakeholders. You’ll participate in conversations orchestrated to debate thorny issues and move the industry forward.
Not sure if I will be speaking yet but will keep you posted.
Thanks to Jo from conference calls for the tip.
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