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SearchLove Conference - London

SearchLove Conference - London

Power up your skills and thinking over two days. Industry leaders will reveal exactly how to stay at the cutting edge of online marketing. From analytics and optimization, to content and paid promotions, all the crucial topics are covered. You’ll be joining search marketers from across the world at this London event, where the most ambitious minds of the community meet amongst the buzz of the tech capital.

Single track

Every session takes place in the same room. That means no difficult decisions and no rushing around between presentations.

Industry contacts

We know networking can be hard. Our intimate conference room and relaxed parties make mixing with your industry peers that bit more natural.

Thoughtful planning

Our in-house team looks after every detail: fresh food prepared with local ingredients, rock-solid wi-fi and that chilled beer when you're finished for the day.

One-on-one time with a consultant

Get feedback on your website at a site clinic.


Speakers Include:

Will Critchlow, Distilled
Kirsty Hulse, Manyminds
Purna Virji, Microsoft
Wil Reynolds, SEER Interactive
Mike Arnesen, UpBuild
Ross Simmonds, rosssimmonds.com
Samuel Scott, Global Marketing Speaker
Jes Stiles, Ringier
Justin Briggs, Briggsby
Emily Grossman, MobileMoxie

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