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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.
- Keyword Research
- Onpage Optimization
- Converting SEO Traffic
- Technical Issues for Developers
- Brand Building
- Link Building
- Local Search Tactics
- PPC Keywords & Bids
- Landing Page Strategies
- Automated Bid Management
- Tracking Conversions
Social Media Marketing
- Hot Trends
- Online Reputation Management
What are you waiting for – Register Today and be a part of it.
Rs.500 per person.
More details Contacts
Ezhil Raja 98840 54506 email@example.com / Syed Nazir Razik – 98842 08327
|11th||International Search Engine Promotion Seminars||Abu Dhabi|
|13th||International Search Engine Promotion Seminars||Manamah, Bahrain|
|15th||International Search Engine Promotion Seminars||Doha, Qatar|
|22nd-23rd||Social Media Conference||Miami, Florida|
|27th||PR, Social Networking and Blogging in Practice||The Barbican, London|
|10th – 12th||Search Marketing Expo||Santa Clara, California|
|17th – 20th||Search Engine Strategies (SES)||London|
|24th – 25th||Technology for Marketing and Advertising||London|
|26th||SEO Public Relations||London|
|4th||DrupalCon||Washington D.C., USA|
|5th – 6th||Internet Marketing Conference||Helsinki, Finland|
|9th – 10th||Social Networking World and Mobile Social Networking Forums||London Olympia|
|18th – 19th||2009 Media Summit||New York, USA|
|23rd – 25th||Adaptive Business Information Systems||Leipzig, Germany|
|24th – 26th||Search Engine Strategies Event 2009||New York, USA|
|29th – April 1st||eMetrics Marketing Optimization Summit||Toronto, Canada|
|20th – 24th||International World Wide Web Conference||Madrid, Spain|
|27th – 29th||Information Technology: New Generations||Las Vegas, USA|
|28th – 30th||Internet World||London Earls Court|
|12th – 13th||Streaming Media East 2009 Conference||New York, USA|
|17th – 20th||3rd International AAA! Conference on Weblogs and Social Media||San Jose, California|
|2nd||SEO Public Relations||London|
|2nd – 3rd||Search Marketing Expo||Seattle, Washington|
|10th – 13th||Search Engine Strategies Event 2009||San Jose, California|
|TBC||Internet Marketing Conference||Vancouver, Canada|
|5th – 7th||Search Marketing Expo East||New York, USA|
|15th||SEO Campixx Berlin 2009||Berlin, Germany|
Registrations for the 2009 Challenge are now open!
The Google Online Marketing Challenge is a global student online marketing competition open to any higher education institution, anywhere in the world.
Developed by professors in collaboration with Google, the Challenge is a great opportunity for students to gain practical, real world online marketing experience. Students also get the excitement of competing on a global level, with the overall winners and their professor/lecturer receiving a trip to the Googleplex in Mountain View. In addition, regional winners and their professor will receive a trip to their local Google office.
The 2008 Google Online Marketing Challenge saw more than 1600 student teams from 47 countries around the world taking part in this global competition. Find out more about our 2008 winners and finalists here.
How does it work?
Student teams receive US$200 of free online advertising with Google AdWords and then work with local businesses to devise effective online marketing campaigns. Teams outline a strategy, run a campaign, assess their results and provide the business with recommendations to further develop their online marketing. Teams submit their reports and are judged by a panel of independent academics from all over the world.
Who can enter?
The Challenge is open to any higher education institution from anywhere in the world. Registrations for 2009 are now open. If you are a professor or lecturer and want your class to compete, register now!