This year Kristjan Mar Hauksson from Nordic eMarketing will be a key speaker, offering his expert knowledge on online PR and Corporate Communications. Kristjan is the Founder and Director of Search & Online Communications at Nordic eMarketing. The session is called “Search, PR and the Social Butterfly” taking social media to the boardroom!
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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?”.
Great to meet Bas van den Beld as always and congratulations to him on State of Search!
Reykjavik Internet Marketing conference is just around the corner with speakers from Ericsson, Bing/Microsoft, Anomaly, CCP games and Icelandair to mention few. In its 6th year the conference is going to be bigger than ever, attracting a wider audience on an international basis. The conference is accompanied by an Expo that lasts all weekend, Netið 2010 (roughly translates Internet 2010). Some 40 – 50 companies are expected to show their Internet related products and services.
You can get more information about RIMC 2010 at www.rimc.is
Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference (RIMC) was actually born out of me not having the budget to go to SES New York in 2000 or 2001. Now some ten years later hundreds of guests from over ten countries have attended RIMC and the next event looks very promishing with around 200 attendees, some 15 speaker from companies like Ericsson, Microsoft, Anomaly, Icelandair and CCP games to mention few.
I am myself speaking at Search engine strategjes in NY on two sessions and it looks like it’s going to be a great event
I am speaking at the International Search Summit in Lonon next week. The summit is hosted by WebCertainand is a search marketing event with a difference – a focus on multilingual and international search. All of the sessions at the Summit have a global approach and look at the issues affecting online marketers when they are running campaigns in multiple languages and countries. The session I am talking at is “Using Online PR for Links”.
See you in London – http://www.internationalsearchsummit.com/overview-nov-09.html
Both search engine marketing programs were in my opinion great events giving insight into the world of Internet Marketing, in New York I moderated two sessions, one on in-house SEO and another on Amazing PPC Tactics. Both really good sessions. At the SMX NY I also talked at a really interesting session called “Iran & Michael Jackson: What Marketers Can Learn From How Consumers Search For Current Events” were I took the United Airlines emergency landing case study, reaction of journalists and other stakeholders and how we maped the news about this happening throughout the internet.
Sitting here at the SMX Stockholm and just got this email:
“With an increasing number of people turning to Twitter, are you maximising the endless possibilities that it has to offer your brand? Do you know how to practically use Twitter to your advantage? Capitalise on the hype behind Twitter and gain a ‘how to’ guide on making the most out of this platform to successfully reach your target audience, whilst unlocking the cash value of tweeting.”
Yes, sir – This is what I get into my inbox. They are offering me to go to this conference, should I?