It has recently announced that I am joining the Nordic Advisory Board at the SMX Stockholm 2011 Internet marketing conference. The board and me included will be helping to pick speakers for this year’s conference in Sweden. The Advisory Board will be lead by Sara Andersson, Founder & Senior Strategist at Search Integration. with us there will be a great team that includes Anu Ilomaki, Team Lead at Google Ireland, Simon Sunden, Digital Director at Honesty, Bernt Johansson, CTO for Klikki and Mikkel deMib Svendsen, Creative Director at demib.com.
For further information can be found at http://smxstockholm.se/.
Speaking at SES NYnext week on Social Media and Gulltaggen Oslo on the 12th of April on Multilingual Internet Marketing. Both events have some fantastic speakers and I am looking forward taking part. At the SES in New York I am speaking on a session called “Search, PR and the Social Butterfly” with Mel Carson, Microsoft Advertising Community Manager, Microsoft Advertising and Lisa Buyer, President & CEO, The Buyer Group. The session is being moderated by Greg Jarboe, President & Co-Founder, SEO-PR.Read more »
Successful Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference 2011 over. We had close to 300 guests from some 10 countries and they got see some great speakers from Facebook, YouTube, Bing, Wall Street Journal, SAP, Hotels.com, Boats.com, First House and Icelandair to name few. See you next year at RIMC 2012.
I will be speaking at SES London and New York on a session called Search, PR and the Social Butterfly with a good friend of mine Mel Carson, Microsoft Advertising Community Manager at Microsoft Advertising.
“RT this. Take social media to the boardroom! Social media continues to spread its wings with the advent of Google Social Search, Bing, Twitter Search and Yahoo’s Twitter-like moves. With the demise of traditional media outlets and the rise of search and social, PR firms have also gotten a big lift and muscled in on the territory once ruled by advertising agencies. Time to eighty-six the anachronistic press kits and media lists and hand over the keyword rich online status updates and Twitter feeds. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear firsthand from online PR/social media pros that bridge the best of both worlds while influencing SEO via Profiles, Fans, Tweets, Friends and Follows.”
A short introduction to the Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference held in Iceland every year. This year there are speakers from Facebook, Bing, Hotels.com, Wall Street Journal, Icelandair, AOL, SAP, Boats.com YouTube and more.
Anne Kennedy founder of the US based Beyond Ink will be speaking next Wednesday on Social Media Marketing, focusing on Facebook. Other speakers are Gisli Brynjolfsson from design agency Hvitahusid and Sindri Bergman from Digital and Sons. This is a morning session that lasts from 08:30 to 10:10. Session moderator is Kristjan Mar Hauksson from Nordic eMarketing. The event is held in cooperation between Nordic eMarketing and Hvitahusid and is to address social media tactics and strategies, both locally and Internationally. The event is by invitation only and there are limited seats.
I will be speaking at the Search Engine Strategies San Francisco 2010 (SES).This is one of the leading search & social marketing event world wide and the agenda is looking great. The conference is in its 12th year and is organized by a advisory board and the leading online marketing publications ClickZ and Search Engine Watch. The topics I am taking on are bot dear to me, the one on Tuesday, August 17th is called “Digital Asset Optimization” and talks about using what the Internet gives you to market your services and products. The other is more in line with fast developing interest in online PR and is on 18th of August. This one is called Search, PR and the Social Butterfly and looks really promising.
iFront is a conference managed by Nenad Stanojlovic in behalf the Serbian consulting company owned by visionary Vladimir Milisavljevic. Nordic eMarketing was lucky enough to get an invitation to fly over and speak about the topic of search marketing with focus on the region the conference is held at.
With guests in the close to 100 guest including the Serbian Minster of Telecommunications who opened the conference there we good speakers from both local companies and International companies like Nokia and Nordic eMarketing. This is a conference that will be worth noting in the future and should help the Serbians enter the world of Internet marketing. With around 7.4 million inhabitants only 3.3 million are Internet users, Serbia still has a long way to reach the likes of the UK, Denmark, Norway or Iceland. But still is doing much better than many of their neighbouring countries.
At the SAScon (Search – Analytics – Social Media Conference) Great set of speakers and the venue looks fantastic! Just saw TouTubes Bruce Daisley talk about the impact and possibilities of Youtube and now watching a session called “Black Hat/White Hat – Does it Matter Anymore?”.