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Don’t miss ionSearch Leeds 2012 – get your tickets now

There’s only two weeks left to get your early-bird tickets for one of the newest Search Marketing conferences in the country – ionSearch.

Taking place on Wednesday 18th April, ionSearch is a chance to get up to speed with the latest search updates and developments, and to network with some of the most influential and leading professionals (and myself) in the search and social media industry.

The Carriageworks in Leeds is hosting the event, with three suites dedicated to one-to-one sessions and workshops, as well as a large theatre for the main talks.

I’ll be talking in the main auditorium at 11am on ‘Link-building in competitive industries’, where I’ll be covering a wide range of strategies, including social media techniques and manual link-building.

You can also catch me a bit earlier on at 9:55am in the Expert Panels Suite, where I’ll be joining Daniel Bianchini, the Senior SEO Consultant of SEOptimise; Stu Owens, Bloom Agency’s Head of SEO; and Jonathan Alderson, the SEO and Data Insight Manager at Twentysix; to talk about SEO for E-commerce.

With in-depth presentations, master-classes, and a chance to speak to top SEO professionals; ionSearch should be perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about the industry, or perfect their search strategies.

I’ll be around all day in-between talks to chat to you about your SEO needs or answer any questions you may have. Register for your place now to book the early-bird tickets and get £20 off the price.

By Patrick Altoft. at 4:24PM on Thursday, 08 Mar 2012

Patrick is the Director of Strategy at Branded3 and has spent the last 11 years working on the SEO strategies of some of the UK's largest brands. Patrick’s SEO knowledge and experience is highly regarded by many, and he’s regularly invited to speak at the world’s biggest search conferences and events. Follow Patrick Altoft on Twitter.


  • JJCollins

    Tickets also available at

  • injury recovery guide

    I wish I could come to one of those. Seems like all the major SEO and SEM conferences seem to happen in the UK or in the US. Here in Australia we got SMX and that’s about it really..

  • mrdavidingram

    I’m still blagging the boss to pay for my ticket, but I imagine I’ll be able to charm him.

    See you there Patrick.


  • Mally

    Thanks for the info, any idea if there are any get togethers the night before it after?

  • Phil Mitchell

    How much are tickets?