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6 killer presentations from #a4uexpo: Advanced Analytics, Information Architecture, Negative SEO & more

15 October 2010 BY

At A4UExpo this week there were many many sessions. Most of the presentations which you could see were very high level presentations. Today we have collected six of the best presentations at A4U Expo for you. There were many other great ones (see our event page for more) but we highlighted these six for you:

Tom Critchlow about Advanced Analytics for Affiliates
Kevin Gibbons about 40 Social Media Tools & WordPress Plugins
Bas van den Beld (@basvandenbeld) about Social Marketing: from offline to Universal Search
Richard Baxter (@richardbaxter) about Successful Information Architecture
Dush Ramachandran about Avoiding the Google Slap
Paul Madden (@seoidiot) about Negative SEO
and Patrick Altoft (@patrickaltoft) about Advanced Link Building Strategies for Affiliate Sites

Tom Critchlow: Advanced Analytics for Affiliates

Kevin Gibbons: 40 Social Media Tools & WordPress Plugins

Bas van den Beld: Social Marketing: from offline to Universal Search

Richard Baxter: Successful Information Architecture

Dush Ramachandran: Avoiding the Google Slap

Paul Madden: Negative SEO

Patrick Altoft: Advanced Link Building Strategies for Affiliate Sites

Be sure to take a look at the special Event page about A4U Expo, find all the posts, presentations, videos, pictures and more about A4U Expo London 2010.

More posts about A4U Expo:

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.

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