3rd June 2014
Next week, I’ll be speaking at two conferences!
First up, Search Marketing Day which is taking place in the stunning city of Warsaw, Poland on June 10th & 11th – which is really exciting as the event has an awesome number of speakers lined up across SEO, PPC, Content Marketing and Native Advertising.
I’ll be talking about How to Use Native Advertising to Earn BIG Links on June 10th @ 16:40. Specifically how you can harness the power of emerging content advertising platforms (Outbrain, Taboola, nRelate & Zemanta) and paid social distribution (Twitter & Facebook) to help you earn big, ‘pearly-white’ links.
There are still tickets available starting from 195 Euros (£160), and you can get out there pretty cheaply from the UK.
Just a day later on June 11th, I’ll be at the awesome Search London meetup, which has always been one of my favourite SEO events as they tend to take place in a intimate, laid-back venue, making it’s a great chance to meet others and the talks tend to focus on advanced topics.
I’ll speaking about “Running Creative SEO Campaigns on a Shoestring Budget & Still Winning Big” giving examples and the process behind Content Curation, News-Jacking & Buzzfeed-style list campaigns that cost less than £100 to make but still won links from sites like HuffPost, Lifehacker. & Inc.
You can register for a free ticket by clicking here and the event takes place on June 11th from 6:30pm.
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