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7 Great reasons to attend SMX Advanced in 3 weeks

SMX Advanced - June 22-23, 2016
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Tactics. Keynotes. Networking. Location. And More. Less than 100 tickets left!

Dear SMX Enthusiast,

Search Engine Land’s SMX Advanced is just 3 weeks away. Don’t miss your only opportunity to attend this year! Fewer than 100 tickets are remaining. Register now!

Here are 7 reasons you should attend:

Attendees

7. Obsessed with SEO and SEM. Take a deep dive into local search, SEO, advanced AdWords, international search, or in-house SEO with a pre-conference workshop. See the schedule.

6. See breathtaking sights. SMX Advanced is happening at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle. Take in the beautiful sights of the waterfront from this world-class facility.

5. Stay connected and fully fueled. Free wifi, hot lunches and snacks are all part of the SMX experience.

4. Learn about new technologies and tools. Demos and solutions from over 40 leading vendors that will help target your audience, convert visitors to buyers and maximize ROI. Get maximum exposure to Premier Sponsors Google and Bing and other exhibitors during refreshment breaks and our highly anticipated expo hall reception.

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 3. Meet top search marketing influencers. You’ll get exclusive facetime with renowned speakers and the Search Engine Land team. They’ve shared their knowledge and wisdom with you virtually now get to meet them in person!

Networking

2. Networking with the best in the business. Meet others just like you who share the same passion and energy for tackling complex challenges in SEO and SEM. You’ll participate in multiple networking events like SMX After Dark sponsored by Bing, Janes of Digital and kick it all off at the SMX Meet & Greet on the rooftop at Bell Harbor.

1. Get tactics you won’t learn anywhere else. 35+ presentations and keynotes featuring brand and agency search marketers revealing advanced tactics in SEO, PPC, social, mobile and analytics you won’t hear anywhere else. See the agenda at a glance.

Best rates available through June 20

Register now for an All Access Pass and get all of these benefits for just $1,995, a $300 savings compared to on-site rates. Or upgrade to an All Access + Workshop combo pass for just $1,000 more.

The investment will have an immediate impact on your SEO & SEM efforts. You’ll be satisfied. We guarantee it.

SMX Advanced has sold out for the past 10 years, so be sure to reserve your seat today!

Register now

-Allison, your SMX Advanced Concierge

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