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SMX London 2012 Announces Line Up and Agenda

10 April 2012 BY

In about a month SMX London 2012 will open its doors in the Chelsea Stadium in London. At the event search marketers in Europe will gather to obtain knowledge and network. SMX London has now announced the full agenda of the show and the line up of speakers.

We already knew that Amit Singhal would be keynoting SMX London and that Danny Sullivan would return to the London event after being a few years away. Now we can also confirm that more Googlers and more “UK SEO Celebrities” will be presenting at the conference.

Speakers at the conference are for example Christine Churchill, Stephen Pavlovich, Chris Sherman, Ed Schofield, Anders Hjorth, Guy Levine, Andy Atkins-Krueger, Mikkel deMib Svendsen, Rob Kerry, Martijn Beijk, Richard Baxter, Navneet Virk, Simon Heseltine, Kevin Gibbons, Bas van den Beld, Maile Ohye and Ken Dobell.

The full agenda of the show has also been made available, find it here. The show will consists of two tracks . On the first day the tracks are the “Paid Search & Analytics Track” and the “SMX Advanced Track”. On day two next to the advanced track there will also be a “SEO & Social Media Track”.

SMX London is combined with the International Search Summit which will be held the day before SMX.

Take a look at our special SMX event page which will provide you with all the information you need on SMX London. Also be sure to listen to and read about the interview I did with Danny Sullivan last week, in which he also talks about SMX London 2012.

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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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