At the in-house SEO Exchange we have a lot more talking between attendees, rather than speakers. However, we do bring a few of the best in class speakers for an intimate, fireside chat type of discussion. The speakers we have coming up on June 7, 2012 in Seattle are:
John Cole, NFL, @JohnTCole - John is an in-house SEO that rides under the radar, but is lethal to the competition because he excels at execution – a challenge most companies have with SEO. The reason he is coming to the In-house SEO Exchange is because he is ready to talk about something that has wowed me for the last few years – he has increased his salary exponentially and is going to talk about what you need to do to accomplish the same.
Jonathon Colman, REI, @jcolman – Jonathon is someone I’ve been watching for a few years now. He’s made some very interesting presentations on his innovative approaches to SEO, he’s not afraid to give up information. An enterprise-level e-commerce client of ours talks to him regularly. And then, when someone I respect immensely, out of the blue, emailed to say Jonathan should speak at the In-house SEO Exchange, I knew he would be a great addition to the panel. What you will enjoy about Jonathon is his willingness and ability to help you solve whatever technical problem you bring to the table.
Conrad Saam, Urbanspoon, @ConradSaam – Conrad has spoke on in-house panels with me for a few years now, he’s outside the box, and innovative. But what impresses me most is his SEO data skills – he’s a data slicin’-and-dicin’ master. If you have a question about how to report on SEO, interpret data or use data to answer a question, Conrad will have a very good answer for you.
Duane Forrester, Bing, @DuaneForrester – Duane is basically the Matt Cutts of Bing. He has a soft spot for in-house SEOs, because he was one, and I know Duane from his old days pre-Bing. Duane is extremely helpful and will answer any question you ask of him. I like that his answers usually make good quotes to give to the IT department when they want to do something that is inconsistent with SEO. Duane often comes to speak at the Exchange and usually makes himself available for a bit after his session for 1:1 questions if you have something very focused.
There is a room of leading in-house SEOs waiting to help you solve your most pressing SEO challenge. Don’t miss your opportunity to get answers from other people who have walked in your shoes, successfully.
Event Guarantee: If you don’t leave with the answer to your pressing SEO challenge, we will hunt one down after the event. Why wait?
When: June 7, 2012 (the day after SMX Advanced)
Where: Seattle, WA