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7. November 2007

London to host Internet marketing expo

Search engine marketing experts from around the world will be attending the inaugural SMX Conference and Expo taking place in London this November.

 


London (eNewsPR) 7 November 2007 - Search Marketing Expo (SMX) will be held for the first time in London on 15th and 16th November at the Hilton London Metropole.

The two-day conference and expo will include workshop sessions on organic and paid search which will be lead by a host of international search engine marketing experts. Speakers will discuss a wide range of search marketing topics including global search marketing, linking, SEO for multimedia and social media networks.

Among speakers scheduled to attend is Internet marketing guru Kristjan Mar Hauksson from Nordic eMarketing, who will be moderating workshops on 'SEO For Multimedia' and 'The Elements of Search Friendly Web Sites'. Kristjan will also be addressing an open forum on 'What's New with the Algorithm' where he will discuss how search engines continually change their formulas for ranking web pages in search results.

The conference will be hosted by US search marketing expert Chris Sherman. Chris has analysed and influenced developments in search engine marketing for over 10 years and has written several books on search engines and search technology. He works daily as the Executive Editor of SearchEngineLand, a leading news and analysis blog for search marketing professionals.

"Search marketing is expanding rapidly in Europe and SMX will fill an unmet need for industry professionals and the community of vendors," says Matthew Finlay from event producers Rising Media.

The Search Marketing Expo conference and expo is geared towards in-house internet marketers, brand managers, specialists and general web technology professionals.

For further information and booking for the Search Marketing Expo in London visit www.searchmarketingexpo.com



Contact:
Rising Media
Matthew Finlay
mfinlay@risingmedia.com
+49 (0) 8153 908 9955



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