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Enhance Your Internet Marketing Skills at an SMX West Workshop – Best Rates Available Now

SMX West workshops deliver the insights and tactics you need to overcome challenges and make your marketing efforts shine. Attend one of six comprehensive workshops held on March 10, just before SMX West on March 11-13.


Workshops provide:

- comprehensive instruction on topics essential to internet marketing success;

- in an intimate learning environment with a small group of your peers;

- with access to expert presenters, each a rock star in his/her field.


Choose from:


Bruce Clay SEO Training : Constant changes to algorithms, search features and spam detection keep you on your toes and your rankings in flux. Learn techniques that will help you improve your site and rankings from leading SEO expert Bruce Clay.


Advanced AdWords Training : Boost your PPC campaigns with this full day of AdWords best practices and advanced strategies. We’ll give you step-by-step instructions to increase your Quality Score, learn how to sync your ad copy with both your keywords and buying cycle stages, and plenty more.


International Search Summit : Extend your international reach with tactics from a stellar global panel of internet marketing experts. Attendees will leave with real, actionable solutions to their most burning questions on international SEO, PPC and social media.


Content Marketing Accelerator : Google’s continuous algorithm updates reward sites with quality content and frequent updates. Don’t be left out! Attend this workshop and learn how to create, implement and sustain a successful content marketing program for your organization.


In-house SEO Exchange : Join us for an all-interactive workshop created to meet the unique needs and challenges in-house search marketers face, including technical tricks, organizational management, reporting metrics and maximizing your SEO budget.


Social Media Distribution for SEO – The New Link Building: With search engines using social signals in organic results, and social media networks charging for comprehensive distribution, it is more challenging than ever to ensure you are reaching your target audience. We’ll share the secret sauce of paid and organic tactics that attract site visitors and makes your SERP rankings skyrocket.


Register Now and Save!


Save with our lowest Super Early Bird rates. Attend a workshop and all 3 days of SMX for just $2295. All Access and Workshop Only passes are also priced at their lowest until December 21. We’re confident you’ll be satisfied with SMX West. We guarantee it!


Register today!


Helpful SMX West Information:



  • Want to bring your coworkers? Take a look at our super-low team rates

  • Need approval? Use our handy Get the Boss On Board form

  • Have questions? Check out our FAQ

  • Want to talk? Call us at (877) 242-5242 from 9am-5pm ET, Monday-Friday or email us at registration[at]searchmarketingexpo.com






via Marketing Land

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