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Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference in Asia News Iran

Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference, RIMC 2012, was in Asia News the leading business paper in Iran.

RIMC 2012 in ASIA News

Microsoft’s Phil Greenwood talks at RIMC 2012

Here’s a video of Phil Greenwood at RIMC 2012.

Matt Neal speaks at RIMC 2012

Matt Neal from Bright Sparx speaks at RIMC 2012.

Charles Dowd speaks at RIMC 2012

Charles Dowd interviewed at RIMC 2012.

Special RIMC prices for Econsultancy members attending the 2010 Conference

Special prices for Econsultancy members attending the 2010 Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference. 

This year’s Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference will be exploring the possibilities created by employing structured promotional approaches and focused advertising campaigns through the use of Internet and Mobile Marketing and Advertising. The events main themes will be Mobile Marketing and Ecommerce through Internet Marketing. Read more »

On my way back from a really successful SES in NY

Saw some great session and did couple my self one on the basics of link-bulidning and one on Online Reputation Management and PR.
The earlier was done with six speakers sharing the session, three from agencies and three from the search engines. In this case Microsoft, Yahoo and ASK. Read more »

RIMCers are back from Lunch

Conference guests are back from lunch and RIMC jas started again and is looking good.

Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference – SOLD OUT!

we are sold out, it’s as simple as that. The last ticket was sold yesterday and it looks like a great conference. Both with the people attending and also the speaker line-up.

Con grats Team Nordic eMarkting

Exciting keynote for Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference

I am really excited about the keynote for RIMC 2009, it’s guy called Allen McCaskill, Director & Media Solutions at Ericsson NWE. His topic will be dealing with marketing in a multichannel environment. Really cool topic. For more information go to the Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference site.