You may have noticed that a week ago many State of Search bloggers were present at one or more of the search events taking place in the UK. They were either speaking or blogging there.
A lot of great content was produced around the events International Search Summit, SMX London and SASCON. Maybe you missed some of it. Not to worry though, you can find an overview of everything written about the events below!
International Search Summit London 2012
Poot, Poot: The International Search Summit Drives Into TownInternational SEO School Opens in BarcelonaThe Arabic Web: Numbers and FactsA Global Approach to Google PlacesTargeting a German Audience – A guide to Success – Andre Alpar – #SMXISSThe Global Collision of Social, Local and Mobile – Bas van den Beld – #SMXISSWhy Search Plus your World Matters – Brett Petersen – #ISSSMX2012 Global Search Headlines – #ISSSMX – Gemma Birch and Immanuel SimonsenThe Zero Moment of Truth & Global Branding – Nick Garner – #ISSSMXA checklist for International Search Success – Andy Atkins-Kruger – #SMXISS
SMX London 2012
“Stop Talking – Get Back To Work” – Exclusive Interview with Mike KingKing Content vs. Panda: How To Survive & Thrive With The New Content RulesLife in a [Not Provided] WorldGoogle+ify Or DieHardcore Local SEO TacticsMobile Trends: Search, Apps & Landing PagesOverlooked, Underloved and Unknown AnalyticsWinning The Conversion: Creating “Can’t Say No” Paid Search Landing PagesSMX London 2012 Keynote: A Conversation with Amit Singhal of GoogleExclusive Interview Amit Singhal: “People often confuse context with personalization”SMX London 2012 Announces Line Up and AgendaExclusive: Danny Sullivan About Personalization, Privacy, Not Being Impartial and SMX
The Psychology of SearchGamification a new way of marketing #SaScon Part 1Location: Fitting it Into the Marketing MixMobile Marketing Goes MainstreamBreaking Free of Panda/PenguinAdvanced PPC TechniquesBig Brand Keynote Panel
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