SMX Advanced Seattle Agenda Posted – Plus Two In-depth Workshops Added for June 10th

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Agenda for fourth edition of Search Marketing Expo – SMX Advanced includes six tracks designed for search marketing experts; coming to Seattle June 8-9. Intensive workshops -- In-house SEM Exchange and Bruce Clay’s SEO Training -- will run June 10

Search Marketing Expo - SMX Advanced Seattle

The full agenda has been posted for Search Marketing Expo - SMX Advanced Seattle, which will be held June 8-9, 2010 at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle, WA.

SMX Advanced Seattle conference sessions and keynotes are designed for search engine marketers with years of experience; they are fast paced, sophisticated and don’t review basic concepts. This year’s agenda is packed with expert-level tips to drive traffic and increase conversions using SEO, paid search, social media marketing and vertical search tactics.

Session topics include:

  •     SEO for Google Vs. Bing: How Different Are They?
  •     How’s Your QSO? Quality Score Optimization For Pros
  •     Twitter, Real Time Search & Real Time SEO
  •     Pump Up Those Conversions
  •     Search Marketing In The Facebook Zone
  •     The Mad Scientists of Paid Search
  •     Location Services: The New Local Search?

SMX Advanced Seattle programming has proven extremely popular, packed with extended Q&A and abundant opportunities to exchange ideas with industry leaders. Headlining this year’s conference is Google software engineer Matt Cutts. Matt returns for a PowerPoint-free, no-holds-barred “You&A” conversation with the SMX audience.

On June 10, SMX Advanced attendees have the opportunity to extend their learning with two in-depth workshops. In-house SEM Exchange is an immersive and interactive event designed by in-house internet marketing professionals for in-house internet marketing professionals. The program focuses on the issues and challenges for implementing SEO in an in-house environment. In-house SEM Exchange is led by Jessica Bowman, a leading advocate for in-house SEO who is known for getting in-house SEO programs up and running quickly, systematically and profitably.

Marketers looking to hone their SEO skills will want to check out Bruce Clay’s SEO Training course, also on June 10th. This workshop provides a detailed overview of the placement techniques required to overcome competition for top search engine rankings for desired keywords. Specializing in search engine-approved optimization methods, the white hat techniques covered in this workshop will enable marketers to improve site rankings while adhering to the major engines’ webmaster guidelines.

SMX Advanced Seattle has sold out each year since the conference was founded in 2007, with over 60% of available tickets sold for 2010. The conference is programmed Search Engine Land Editor-In-Chief Danny Sullivan and Executive Editor Chris Sherman, who have covered the industry since its inception.

Register for SMX Advanced Seattle by April 24 and you pay the early bird rate of $1395 for an All Access pass, or $1995 to attend SMX Advanced and your choice of workshop on June 10. Workshop only passes also available. Register online or call (877) 242-5242.

About Search Marketing Expo – SMX and Third Door Media

The Search Marketing Expo - SMX conference series is produced by Third Door Media, Inc. 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. Search Marketing Expo conferences are held around the world and include: SMX West (Santa Clara, CA), SMX East (New York City) SMX Advanced, (Seattle, WA and London), SMX Toronto, SMX Munich, SMX Sydney, SMX Stockholm and SMX Paris.

Third Door Media publishes Search Engine Land, the leading search marketing news and analysis site. The company also produces Search Marketing Now, a lead-generation marketing solution for suppliers of SEM-related products and services, and operates, a social news site that allows search and internet marketers to share news stories, participate in subject-specific discussion forums, and build their professional networks.


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