In a few weeks time I’ll be heading back to Stamford Bridge to speak at SMX London. I’m speaking on the SEO Track on Day 1 and in the session “Long-Term SEO: How To Win For Years, Not Days”.
I’ll be aiming to share in the session my thoughts on how to future proof your SEO for the years to come based on what I have seen over the many years I have been in this industry. Come along with plenty of questions and I’ll happily help with any advise that I can give.
After the session I will be around on the Tuesday and Wednesday during SMX, so if you want to have a catch up or to meet up just get in touch.
To get a discounted rate on your pass, use SPKSMX14 to get 15% discount. Read It All
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