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My Golden Ticket to SMX Advanced

June 6, 2011

SMX Advanced in Seattle was the one conference I knew I couldn’t miss this year. I was all geared up and counting down on my calendar. Then all of a sudden, I was traveling all of May, and the next thing I know, all the tickets had sold out. Crap.

In the meantime, I’m in the UK just when SMX Advanced London was kicking off. Only, I didn’t realize until people were tweeting from the show… My bad for not paying more attention. 

But no worries. I know a few people and surely they would have a spare Seattle ticket they could donate… that idea soon fell into the toilet. 

I didn’t think it was going to happen, and I had just about given up all hope.

Then Click2Rank came to the rescue. They were running a big damn blog contest for a chance to win a ticket to… SMX Advanced in Seattle. Even more amazing, is I somehow managed to win the ticket (thanks to the lovely people who shared and commented on my Mind the Gap! blog post). What are the odds? I felt like Charlie Bucket!

Here’s the sessions I plan on attending:

  • The New Periodic Table of SEO
  • SEO and Competitive Intelligence
  • Human vs. Machine: What’s the Best Way to Manage Paid Search?
  • Tough Love: Link Building for the Real World
  • You&A with Matt Cutts
  • Confluence of Social Data and Search
  • Facebook Ads, Meet Search Ads
  • Paid Search: Advanced Testing and Reporting
  • SEO Vets Take all Comers

Thanks again to Click2Rank. Lots of good learnings and posts to come.

Hope to see you there!

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