Redding, CT (PRWEB) July 23, 2012
Search engine marketing conference Search Marketing Expo – SMX East will be held October 2-4 in New York City. Those interested in attending can take advantage of lowest-available “super early bird” rates until July 28.
Register online at http://smxeast.com/ or by phone at (877) 242-5242 business days from 9am to 5pm ET. The SMX East conference program will run from October 2-4; the Expo Hall will be open October 2-3. In-depth workshops will be held pre-conference on Monday, October 1.
SMX East features three days with over 50 sessions on digital marketing topics including search engine optimization (SEO), paid search advertising (PPC), mobile/local search, social media marketing and more. The agenda can be viewed at http://searchmarketingexpo.com/east/agenda
SMX East is programmed by internet marketing authorities Danny Sullivan and Chris Sherman, the editors of Search Engine Land, the leading news blog for internet and search engine marketers.
Conference attendees will have the opportunity to learn about best-of-breed solutions from leading vendors in the SMX East Expo Hall. Among them will be Premier Sponsors Covario and Marin Software, and Gold Sponsors BrightEdge, Bruce Clay Inc. and Quantcast. The Expo Hall is open October 2 from noon to 6pm and October 3 from 10am to 4pm. A list of exhibitors can be found here.
SMX East will also feature workshops conducted by leading experts in internet and search engine marketing. Topics include search engine optimization (SEO), Google AdWords, Facebook marketing, local search, in-house SEO and international search. All workshops take place on Monday, October 1. Complete descriptions can be found at http://searchmarketingexpo.com/east/workshops
Rates for All Access passes, which include three days of sessions, networking activities, Wifi, snacks and hot lunches, are only $1395 for those that register by July 28. Register online or by calling (877) 242-5242 business days from 9am to 5pm ET.
Group rates offering discounts of up to 20% are also available. See http://searchmarketingexpo.com/east/group-registration for details.
About Search Marketing Expo – SMX East and Third Door Media
SMX East features sessions for those seeking advanced tactics or just starting out in search marketing, work on an in-house SEM team, hail from an agency, or own a business.
Attend SMX East for:
- Exceptional content so compelling, you’ll want to implement what you’ve learned before leaving the conference. Super-charged sessions on PPC, SEO, social media marketing, local and mobile search will help you succeed today, tomorrow and in the future.
- Invaluable connections made possible by the ultimate mix of structured networking opportunities and social events. Meet new contacts and reconnect with colleagues. SMX makes it easy to interact and exchange ideas with other industry thought leaders.
- Essential conveniences to help you juggle your every-day responsibilities while maximizing your conference time: always-available and free Wi-Fi; hot lunches, snacks and beverages all day; access to all presentations and tools to pre-plan your custom itinerary. SMX has got you covered.
Third Door Media’s mission is to empower internet and search marketing professionals by providing trusted content and community services they need to be successful.
The company produces the global Search Marketing Expo conference series. SMX conferences include: SMX West (San Jose, CA), SMX East (New York City), SMX Advanced, SMX London, SMX Israel, SMX Munich, SMX Toronto, SMX Sydney, SMX Melbourne, SMX Paris, SMX Stockholm and SMX Social Media Marketing (Las Vegas, NV).
Third Door Media publishes Search Engine Land and Marketing Land, which provide news, analysis and tutorials to help internet marketers do their jobs more effectively. The company also provides a full range of innovative marketing services including lead generation, content creation and licensing via its Digital Marketing Depot brand.
Third Door Media was recognized in 2011 by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing 5000 private companies in America.