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Get 15% of on your SMX Advanced London ticket

7 May 2010 BY

Search Marketing Expo London starts in two weeks at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden. For the first time since SMX came to Europe the show is all advanced, in the same format SMX has been using in Seattle, USA.

The show hosts regular names like Mikkel deMib Svendsen, Rand Fishkin, Rob Kerry, our very own Kelvin Newman, Andy Atkins-Krueger, Christine Churchill and has a surprising speaker: ex-SES host Kevin Ryan.

The keynote of the conference will be done by Wolfram Alpha Managing Director Barak Berkowitz.

Organizer Danny Sullivan is enthusiastic about the new set up:

“SMX Advanced’s unique format has been very successful in Seattle. Adding London is ideal, given its sophisticated search marketing community. Topics at Advanced are discussed at a very high level, so there’s no slowing down to bring beginners up to speed. This format isn’t for everyone, and we have other conferences that address the needs of beginners, but experienced search marketers have embraced Advanced enthusiastically,”

SMX Advanced London will take place on 17/18th May 2010 at The Grand Connaught Rooms, Covent Garden. 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.

If you want to attend the conference you can go there with a 15% discount code from State of Search! Register here and fill in the Promotional code “STATEOFSEARCH010

Have fun!

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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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