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SearchCamp 2009 – Coundown Begin

Posted on: February 5, 2009

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SearchCamp 2009

SearchCamp is a two day event aimed to bring together the best minds from the Search Engine Marketing space to talk about search engine advertising, including optimization and marketing issues. The event is scheduled for the 28th February & 1st March 2009.

This is the second edition of the event and the first edition happened during 6th & 7th of October 2007, at Tidel Park, Chennai. SearchCamp will feature workshops, debates and keynotes on the present state and evolution of Search Engine Marketing.

Topics

Organic SEO

  • Keyword Research
  • Onpage Optimization
  • Converting SEO Traffic
  • Technical Issues for Developers
  • Copywriting
  • Brand Building
  • Link Building
  • Local Search Tactics

Paid Search

  • PPC Keywords & Bids
  • Landing Page Strategies
  • Automated Bid Management
  • APIs
  • Tracking Conversions

Social Media Marketing

  • Hot Trends
  • Online Reputation Management

Web Analytics

SEM Careers

What are you waiting for – Register Today and be a part of it.

Cost

Rs.500 per person.

More details Contacts

Ezhil Raja 98840 54506 ezhil@searchcamp.in / Syed Nazir Razik – 98842 08327

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