“Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference: An Extraordinary Experience“
Rand Fiskin – SEOMoz
„I loved the atmosphere, mood and networking at RIMC“
Massimo Burgio – Global Interactive
“Iceland is so beautiful and so different from anything else I have seen and experienced”
Mikkel DeMib – DeMib.com
“RIMC is one of those smaller conferences where you actually get to talk to most people and mingle more closely with the other speakers.”
Mikkel DeMib – DeMib.com
„Just WOW… Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference #RIMC12“
Peter Handley – Director of SEO at theMediaFlow
Structured Data and Semantic SEO is a hot topic these days and some feel that in the world of SEO this is the biggest change they have seen in years. Below is a great presentation done by Matthew Brown at the September event for SEMPDX in Portland OR. The presentation covers the latest on structured data markup, Open Graph, Schema.org and data markup for SEO. Some really good insights on the matter.
The tenth Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference is starting to unfold. The date is 22nd of March next year and it is likely to be a fantastic event with some great speakers from the likes of Spotify, NFL, ESPN, Dell, Symantec, Google, Twitter, Disney and more. Read more »
Slides focusing on Europe in regards of Global Search Engine Marketing. I used these at my session in Bratislava, Slovakia when speaking at the DailyWeb Conference earlier this week.
Exciting times for marketing people in Iceland as Seth Godin will be speaking on an ÍMARK event on the 29th of November. This upcoming marketing event in Iceland is hosted by The Icelandic Marketing Association (ÍMARK) and is to feature Seth Godin the author of the bestselling books Linchpin and Free Prize Inside. There is much to look forward to as this is the first time Seth comes to speak in Europe for over two years. Read more »
Flying back from the SES conference in San Francisco and logged in on the Internet and justed finished reading a Times Magazine Article baring the same name as this post and it got me wodering about how it has really impact me. Around the world it looks like most are happy with it helping them being in contact with friends and familly. In the USA 29% said that theur wireless device is always the first and last thing they look at. I guess I fall under that category, but I am also really happy that it helps me be in contact with my familly when I am travelling. One thing that struck me when reading the data was that 79% of the Chinese are mostly happy that they get the latest news, are they not in contact with their familly? Must be. The Koreans gently reminded me the it might be good to shut it down once in a while and observe the world (48%). Enjoy life and remember to breath.